Posts tagged More About Jesus
MAJ-00 - More About Jesus (Collection)

An 8 lesson, in-depth study, into the life, mind and teaching of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


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MAJ-1 - Jesus in the Old Testament

“And the angel said to Mary, ‘And you shall call his name Jesus for He will
save His people from their sins,’” Matthew 1:21.

Welcome to our series of lessons entitled: “More About Jesus.” When
people think about the Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, we often think about
Him in terms of the New Testament. All of us want to shape our lives to
learn more about Jesus and know more about His life. We want to follow in
His footsteps, 1 Peter 2:21.

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MAJ-2 - What Was Jesus Really Like?

After Jesus had calmed the tumultuous seas the disciples responded by
saying and they feared exceedingly and asked among themselves, “Who
can this be that even the wind and the seas obey Him?” Mark 4:41
Today in our series of lessons ‘More About Jesus’ we want to ask
and let the Scripture answer that very question. Who is Jesus Christ? What
was He really like? What's His nature? Are the images and ideas that
people often have about Jesus in accord with His life in Scripture?

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MAJ-3 - Jesus' Statements on the Cross

In the midst of his suffering and agony on the cross the Lord and Savior
Jesus Christ cried out, “Eloi Eloi lema sabachthani,” which is translated “My
God, my God why have you forsaken me?” Mark 15:34
We welcome you to our series of lessons ‘More About Jesus.’ Every
one of us who loves the Lord, who wants to follow the Bible, and believes in
the New Testament indeed wants to know more about Jesus. We want to
pattern our lives after His life, the life of the Savior. Today in our series of
lessons we think about the seven statements that Jesus made on the
cross, and how those statements impact and change world history. But not
only history, they change our lives and motivate us to be greater followers
of the Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

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MAJ-4 - The Convictions of Christ

One of the great convictions Jesus had was the need to follow the
Father’s teaching. Jesus said in Matthew 7:21, “Not everyone who says to
me ‘Lord, Lord’ shall enter the kingdom of Heaven, but he who does the will
of my Father.
We welcome you today to our series of lessons ‘More About Jesus.’
Today we’re specifically thinking about some of the convictions of our Lord
and Savior Jesus Christ.

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MAJ-5 - Jesus: Friend of Sinners

In an attempt to criticize the Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, his critics gave him
one of the greatest compliments you can ever imagine. In Matthew 11:19, they said of
Jesus, that they accused him of being a, “winebibber, a glutton, a friend of tax
collectors, and sinners.” Jesus is indeed the greatest friend a sinner, one who is living in
sin and desires to be saved, has ever had. Those words beautifully illustrate that idea.
In Matthew 11:19, Jesus begins to comment on the people of John's generation,

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MAJ-6 - The Mind of Christ

“Let this mind be in you, which was also in Christ Jesus,” Philippians 2:5.
As we study more about our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, and as we strive to
bring His life and teaching in our life, nothing can help us more than to really know what
the mind of Christ was and to instill those ideas in our everyday life.

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MAJ-8 - Jesus in Revelation

Jesus said in Revelation 1:18, “I am he who lives and was dead and is alive
Revelation scares a lot of people, because it contains some language that is a
little unusual compared to the rest of the New Testament. The images of Jesus in the
book Revelation offer comfort and encouragement and hope to every child of God. We
encourage you to get out your Bible and turn to Revelation.

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MAJ-7 - The Narrow-Minded Jesus

In John 14:6 Jesus said, “I am the way, the truth, and the life. No man comes to the
father except by me.”
As you think about the words of Jesus throughout the New Testament, Jesus, as
it relates to doctrinal matters, salvation, his teaching, was is indeed narrow-minded.
Jesus was open to all who are willing to obey the Gospel, coming to Him. He said, “Not
everybody that says Lord, Lord is going to Heaven but he who does the will of my
Father in Heaven,” Matthew 7:21. And yet, at the same time Jesus said, “Come unto me
all ye that labor and are heavy laden.” We need to think about the narrow-minded
nature of Jesus’ teaching, and exclusivity of some of his principles concerning Christ
himself and Christian living.

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