For Christians, there is no question bigger than "What do you think of Christ?" Who is he to you? Who is he in history? Who will he be in your everyday life?
To know Christ is to know yourself in him as our Savior and as our Lord. But many people still think that Jesus never claimed to be God or that the Bible doesn't really teach it.
So in this episode, I go over seven verses on the deity of Christ that affirms that Jesus is God. In case you encounter someone that claims otherwise, walk them through these scriptures.
Tune in now and let's go bigger, better, and deeper!
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The birth of Emmanuel [2:32]
The Divine being who was the Trinity from all eternity [5:12]
The Oneness of Christ and the Father [10:02]
Jesus as equal things with God [17:43]
The Great God who is the Savior, Jesus Christ [22:00]
Peter calling Christ "our God and Savior" [25:29]
God Himself referring to the Son as "God" [26:21]
Christ, the eternally blessed God over all [29:59]
2 Peter 1:1
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