Scriptural Testimonies to the Dual Nature of the Lord Jesus Christ
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Friday, 12 June 2009 21:50


 Scriptural  Testimonies  to  the  Dual Nature  of  the  Lord  Jesus  Christ




 He was called "God" by the apostles (Jn. 20:28; Rom. 9:5; Tit. 2:13). He claimed to be the same divine Person as the Father. (Jn. 10:30; 14:9-11). The apostles proclaimed Him to be a Man (Acts 2:22; 1 Tim. 2:5).  The Lord Jesus Christ declared that He was a Man (Jn. 8:40).  He was sent "in the likeness of sinful flesh.' (Rom.8:3; Heb. 2:14) 
 He was "conceived of the Holy Spirit" (Mt 1:20; Lk 1:35), having no human parents (Heb 7:3) and existed eternally. (Mic 5:2; Col 1: 17; Rev. 22: 13)  He was "born of a woman" (Gal. 4:4), He was born (Isa. 9:6; Lk. 2:11), and "begotten" (Jn 1:14, 3:16).  He is referred to as "the firstborn among many brethren." (Rom. 8:29) 
 He is called the Creator (Jn. 1:3; Eph. 3:9; Col. 1:16).  He is called "the firstborn over all creation” (Col. 1:15)
 He knew everything (Jn 2:24, 16:30,21:17; Acts 1:24)  He increased in wisdom and stature (Lk. 2:52), He has limited knowledge (Mk. 13:32) 
 He existed before the time ofAbraham (Jn. 8:56,58).  He was theWord made flesh (Jn. 1:1-2,14)  He was not more than fifty years old (Jn. 8:57), about thirty years old (Lk. 3:23). 
 He performed miracles and fed the multitudes (Mt 14:17-21)  He was hungry, thirsty and tired (Mt. 4:2; Jn. 4:6-7).  He slept (Mt. 8:24). 
 All power is given to Him in heaven and in earth. (Mt. 28:18; Col. 1:16)  He was poor and did not own any real estate. (Mt. 8:20). 
 He answers prayer (Jn. 14:13-14)  He was worshipped. (Mt. 2:11, 28:9; Lk. 24:52; Heb. 1:6).    His need of praver (Mk. 1:35; Lk. 6:12), being in agony He prayed earnestly. (Lk. 22:44; Heb. 5:7)   
 He could be in many places at the same time (Mt. 18:20.  He could be on earth and in heaven at the same time. (Jn. 3:13).  He could not be at two different places at the same time (Jn. 11:5-7, 20-21) His earthly parents missed Him on their return from Jerusalem. (Lk. 2:41-46)
 He had the power to forgive sins (Mk. 2:5-7)  He bore the sins of humanity (Heb. 2:9; 9:28; 1 Pet. 2:24; 3:18) 
 Jesus Christ and the Father are One (Jn. 10:30; 14:7-11) The blood that He shed is called God's "own blood" (Acts. 20:28)  At the Cross He cried out: “My God, My God, why have You forsaken Me?” (Mt. 27:46) He suffered for us in the flesh (1 Pet. 4:1) 
 He is the "King of kings, and Lord of lords" and He is immortal (1 Tim. 6:16).  He died on the Cross and gave up His Spirit who left His body and returned to the Father. (Jn. 19:30; Lk. 23:46). 


This study is far from complete.  We do not have all the answers on this subject.  "For now we see in a mirror, dimly; but then face to face. Now I know in part, but then I shall know just as I also am known. " ( 1 Cor. 13:12) We respect the viewpoints of other Christians that may differ from ours, and would like to learn from them.  There can be unity in diversity of viewpoints.  We hope and pray that this important and fundamental truth of the "One True God in the Lord Jesus Christ" be shared with all our Christian, Messianic-Jewish and Gentile friends throughout the world.  Communications will be appreciated!      


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