See Jesus (In Every Book Of The Bible)

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Going back to the Bible, we can similarly see Jesus everywhere. Jesus didn’t just appear in the Gospels. He wasn’t just talked about in the epistles in New Testament. Jesus can be found and pointed to in every single book in the Bible, including the Old Testaments. And the most amazing part is that every book reveals or reinforce a particular facade of Christ:

in Genesis: Jesus is The Seed of The Woman, a descendant of Abraham, a king in the line of Judah in the order of Melchizedek. The sacrified Son (as like Isaac, Gen 22) and a rejected brother (as like Joseph, Gen 27).

in Exodus: Jesus is The Passover Lamb, the leader and deliverer out of slavery (as like Moses), the manna from heaven, the rock that gave water, the Tabernacle in the camp and every item inisde (Brazen Alter, Lampstand, Table of Showbread, Ark of the Convenant, etc.).

in Leviticus: Jesus is The High Priest, personified by the sacrifices and offering, the Jewish festivals (Passover, Atonement, Trumpets, etc.). The scapegoat and the what Christ does as our high priest.

in Numbers: Jesus is The Cloud and The Fire, the Messiah that would be King. The healer in the bronze serpent. The Water from the Rock.

in Deuteronmy: Jesus is The Prophet Like Moses, worshipped by angels. He is the cities of refuge.

in Joshua: Jesus is The Captain of Our Salvation, our leader into the promise land (as like Joshua), the commander-in-chief of the Army.

in Judges: Jesus is The Judge And Lawgiver, the true judge for the living and the dead.

in Ruth: Jesus is The Kinsman Redeemer, the descendent of Boaz and Ruth. As personified by Boaz. in

1 & 2 Samuel: Jesus is The Prophet of The Lord, exalted by God with power. A descendent of David, personified by David – the exiled King. The faithful friend (Jonathan).

in 1 & 2 Kings, 1 & 2 Chronicles: Jesus is The Reigning King, for the Millennial Reign (as like Solomon). Multipling bread and healing leper (as like Elisha).

in Ezra: Jesus is The Faithful Scribe, the builder of the temple (Zerubbabel).

in Nehemiah: Jesus is The Rebuilder of The Broken Down Walls, the rebuilder of the walls of salvation (as like Nehemiah).

in Esther: Jesus is Mordecai, the personified. The Guardian.

in Job: Jesus is The Dayspring From on High, the sufferings and the subsequent blessings (as like Job).

in Psalms: Jesus is The Lord Who Is Our Shepherd, the resurrected Son of God, that was despised and crucified; Hated without cause, rejected by the Israelites. But now seated on the right hand of God.

in Proverbs & Ecclesiastes: Jesus is Wisdom of God.

in The Song of Solomon: Jesus is The Lover & Bridegroom.

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in Isaiah: Jesus is The Suffering Servant. Born of a virgin, the Immanuel “God with us”. The God and Man, with 7-fold spirit upon Him. He healed the blind, lame and deaf, proceeded by a forerunner. A light to the Gentiles but despised by the Israelite nation. He was whipped and beaten; and finally die as a guilt offering for sin. But He resurrected and live forever.

in Jeremiah & Lamentations: Jesus is The Weeping Prophet, the righeous Branch, our righteousness.

in Ezekiel: Jesus is The son of Man, a descendent of David.

in Daniel: Jesus is The Son of Man coming in the clouds of Heaven, given an everlasting kingdom. He came 483 years after the decree to rebuild Jerusalem. Foretold He would be kill and revealed as the stone that smashed the kingdoms of the world. The 4th Man in the fiery furnace.

in Hosea: Jesus is The Bridegroom Married to The Backslidden Woman, the faithfulness to his adulterous wife.

in Joel: Jesus is Baptized With The Holy Spirit And Fire, offered salvation to all mankind and baptize people with the Holy Spirit.

in Amos: Jesus is The Burden Bearer, that darken the day at noon during Messiah’s death.

in Obadiah: Jesus is The Mighty Savior.

in Jonah: Jesus is The Forgiving God, being 3 days and 3 nights in the belly of a fish.

in Micah: Jesus is The Messenger With Beautiful Feet, born in Bethlehem and from everlasting.

in Nahum: Jesus is The Avenger of God’s Elect.

in Habakkuk: Jesus is The Great Evangelist, Crying For Revival, the Messiah that would come from Teman at His return, full of glory. With intercession and prayer for His people (Habakkuk).

in Zephaniah: Jesus is The Restorer of God’s Lost Heritage.

in Haggai: Jesus is The Cleansing Fountain, who visited the 2nd temple.

in Zechariah: Jesus is The Pierced Son, a Priest and King who ride into Jerusalem on a donkey.  The Messiah who would be God and be pierced.

in Malachi: Jesus is The Son of Righteousness, Rising with Healing in His Wings, the Messiah who would be God who appear at the temple and His forerunner came in the spirit of Elijah.

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in Matthew: Jesus is The King, the Song of David, the King of the Jews, the Son of God and the Bridgeroom.

in Mark: Jesus is The Wonder Worker/Servant, The Holy One of God, the Servant, the King of Israel.

in Luke: Jesus is The Son of Man, the Horn of Salvation and the Consolation of Israel.

in John: Jesus is The Son of God, the Begotten Son, the Lamb of God, the Bread of Life, the Light of the world, the I AM, the Door of the sheep, the Good Shepherd, the Resurrection and Life, the Way, the Truth and the Life. The True Vine.

in Acts: Jesus is The Ascended Lord, the Prince of Life, the Judge of the living and the dead, the Just One, and the Hope of Israel.

in Romans: Jesus is The Justifier, the Rock of Offense, the Deliverer, the Lord of the dead and the living. The Root of Jesse.

in 1 & 2 Corinthians: Jesus is The Gifts of The Spirit, the First-Fruit and the Last Adam.

in Galatians: Jesus is The One Who Sets Us Free, the Lord Jesus Christ.

in Ephesians: Jesus is The Christ of Riches, the Head of All Things and the Conerstone.

in Philippians: Jesus is The God Who Meets Our Every Need, the Name above all names.

in Colossians: Jesus is The Fullness of The Godhead, the Image of the Invisible God, the Head of the body, the Beginning, the Firstborn of the dead and the Hope of Glory.

in 1 & 2 Thessalonians: Jesus is The Soon Coming King, the lord of Peace.

in 1 & 2 Timothy: The Mediator Between God And Man, the King of Ages and the Mediator.

in Titus: Jesus is The Faithful Pastor, the Blessed Hope. The Great God and Saviour.

in Philemon: Jesus is The Friend That Sticks Closer Than a Brother, the Lord Jesus Christ.

in Hebrews: Jesus is The Blood That Washes Away My Sins, the Heir of all things, the Faithful High Priest, the Author and Finisher of our faith.

in James: Jesus is The Great Physician, The Lord of Glory and the Judge at the door.

in 1 & 2 Peter: Jesus is The Chief Shepherd, and the Living Stone.

in 1 & 2 & 3 John:Jesus is Everlasting Love, the Eternal Life and the Righteous.

in Jude: Jesus is The Lord Who Came Down with 10,000 Saints, the Only Wise God our Savior.

in Revelation: Jesus is The King of Kings and the Lord of Lords! The Alpha and the Omega, the Beginning and the End. The Lion of the Tribe of Judah, the Word of God, the King of kings and Lord of lords, the Bright Morning Star.

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  1. Mark says:

    Jesus Christ is Mighty in Power, He his Greatest,King of the Kings, He is ruler of this World… I pray tha Jesus Christ favor me in my resident renew, i am fatherless and i am living in a land that i have no family nor job, but Jesus Christ is my Father, my family and my provider,,, Amen

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