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Is Jesus Who He Stated

Do you believe Jesus is what and who he says he is? Do you believe Jesus has done what the Scriptures say He has done? Do you believe you can do what He says you can do if you abide in Him? Do your actions prove your faith?

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 ---mima on 1/24/06
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In the first place, if Jesus was not whom He said He was which is God, Jesus wouldn't be in the Bible at all.. Ofcourse we all know that Jesus is the author of the Bible. He used holy men and women to write it. Yes on all of those questions. I am working hard with God on that last question.
---catherine on 4/9/08

Bruce you did not answer the question that Mima asked !!! That' the trouble with these brief titles allocated.
My answers:- ..Yes//Yes//My faith is not as strong as it should be//Not well enough
---alan8869_of_UK on 4/8/08

Jesus cannot be just a "good man" or "prophet."

He is either an evil liar, for he said he could save us,

a madman, for he claimed to be God,

or he is all he claimed to be.
---Bruce5656 on 5/25/07

mi ma
if Jesus did not resurrect from,and payed the price for my sins them we are all lost then christainaty is a lie and we should be pitied above all men.
---willow on 1/29/06

Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. I'm told some of my actions (talking with homeless people) will get me hurt, I turn around and ask "where's your faith"?
---Nellah on 1/29/06

Elder; You're using words I never use IE "untrustwothy" Paul was a brilliant writer (inspired is a different matter) Jesus sent His disciples out saying "Go therefore make discples .." Mat.28.19 (33AD)without Paul's writings could you? He wrote some 30yrs later. His writings were included in the canon,"by committee" They thought it was a good idea at the time!
---1st_cliff on 1/29/06

Cliff please tell me what it is that makes someone a fundamentalist? My advice to you is that you had better be thinking outside the box because when they put you in the box it will be too late to get things correct with the Lord.
If Paul was so untrustworthy why is so much of his writing in the cannon of Scripture? Do you also disagree with his writing to the Church (I Cor)? How about the book of Romans?
---Elder on 1/28/06

cont#2 Your views are the same as most fundamentalists, maybe assuming there's safety in numbers (like can 10,000 be wrong?) Remember there are a billion Catholics and a billion Islamics, etc. Just because more agree with you than me dosen't nessesarily make you right! Catholics have a narrow view, Islamics have a narrow view, DO you? I said one time before (and you made fun of it) Think outside the box!
---1st_cliff on 1/28/06

Elder; After all this time you still don't have me figgured! I have never "condemmed" scripture ( exept I have reservations about Paul,but that's MY opinion) Your right about Jimmy Jones ,even David Koresh tried to pass himself off as Divinely inspired. I certainly don't fit in that group just because I don't agree with your theology! The scripture twisting happened 100s of years ago, It's you who just don't see it! cont...
---1st_cliff on 1/28/06

Cliff I didn't administer a low blow to you.
I just made a statement.
Jim Jones spoke with fine convincing words and led many people to a spiritual and physical death. People know who he was.
Cond #2-->
---Elder on 1/27/06

Cond #2-->
Of all the people who come on this site it is you who tries the hardest to condemn Scripture. I have never seen you contribute clarity to any issue. We wrote each other for weeks and it was the same.
Your confessed involvement with cults and cultic study comes across and is misleading yet you call it teaching and being true.
You have never given a clear cut understanding of a Salvation experience yet you are very articulate in attacking and twisting Scripture.
---Elder on 1/27/06

Dory Lory; Yes He is "Lord" Lord (or adoni)mean "Master" and that's what He was/is!
---1st_cliff on 1/27/06

But Cliff, none of that changes the fact that Jesus was calling Himself "Lord" in John 13:13.
---DoryLory on 1/27/06

Dory Lory; The concordance took you to #1510 Eimi just as I said! I'm used to Elders low blows. When the copyists of old (Masoretes)were copying scriptures , out of fear and superstition, they were afraid to write god's name (YHWH) so they used substitutes! People believed there was magic in words (abra-kadabra,open sesame etc.) In the Talmud it says Jesus knew the magic way to pronounce Gods name and that gave him miraculous power.
---1st_cliff on 1/27/06

Cliff, You should pray, and ask God to give you a believing heart.
Satan is tempting Jesus in Matthew 3:6. 7 Jesus said unto him, It is written again, Thow shalt not tempt the Lord thy God.
Just because Jesus was humble, and did not go around saying "I am God", that does not mean he was not. He always gave his Father glory.
---Ulrika on 1/27/06

Cliff, Elder is comparing you to Jim Jones! Oh my goodness ... does that make you feel a little unpopular? -- Anyway, I looked up John 13:13 in Strong's and I think I'm just going to let the context of the sentence determine the meaning of the words "I AM."
---DoryLory on 1/27/06

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Yes, Yes, Yes, Yes.
---Eloy on 1/27/06

1st cliff Rev 1:6 "I am the Alpha and the Omega," declares the Lord God, the one who is, who was, and who is coming, the Almighty.
These are words of Jesus Christ.
---jonathon on 1/27/06

Oh no, after all these years of fellowship with the Lord I find out from Cliff that Jesus didn't know the Hebrew language.
The word "I Am" that Jesus used in John 13 referred to by Dory means "the Absolute and/or the Self-existent One."
That is why people rejected Jesus and wanted to stone Him.
Continue on Dory don't let flavored words discourage you and never drink the Kool-Aid from Jim Jones.
---Elder on 1/26/06

Ulrika; I never "dictate" what you may or may not believe, There is a difference between faith and credulity! I simply ask for scriptural support of statements! Dory Lory; Get a concordance and see how many times eimi(I am) is used by everyone. Are they all claiming to be God? As soon as you see Jesus use this common word you say aha He's claming to be God! Eimi is Greek, not the Hebrew word used in Ex 6.3!
---1st_cliff on 1/26/06

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Mima: Questions 1-3, yes! Question 4, I'm a work in progress, sinner saved by His grace & mercy.

1st_cliff: Matthew 16:13-17.
---Leon on 1/26/06

mima, my answer is yes to all 4 of your questions :).
---Melissa on 1/26/06

A while back we were challenged by Cliff to find in the old testament, were Jesus and Holy Spirit were spoken of along with God the Father. Before that we were where allowed to use the NT, as long as it was not written by Paul. Now we can use the NT, but only the words of Christ. What gives him the right, to tell us what scripture we can use, or believe?
---Ulrika on 1/25/06

Cliff - "You call Me the Teacher, and Lord, and you say well, for I AM." (John 13:13)
---DoryLory on 1/25/06

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My turn? Is there a game of tag that someone did not invite me to? I'm hurt. :)
---Bruce5656 on 1/25/06

Jonathon; They are John's claim, not Jesus'!
---1st_cliff on 1/25/06

To ---1st_cliff Joh 1:1 In the beginning, the Word existed. The Word was with God, and the Word was God (ISV). Joh 1:14 The Word became flesh and tabernacled among us. We gazed on his glory, the kind of glory that belongs to the Father's unique Son, full of grace and truth (ISV). That is only two there is many more.
---jonathon on 1/24/06

Bruce; You said Jesus "claimed to be God" Would you mind citing that scripture?
---1st_cliff on 1/24/06

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Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes.
---Madison on 1/24/06

Yes, To all of your questions.
---Rebecca_D on 1/24/06

My answer is absolutely identical to Alan's.
---M.P. on 1/24/06

Bruce?::I know he is son of the living God & second person of the blessed trinity without a doubt.He came he proved & conquered sin & opened the gates of heaven to mankind.NO question--its your turn.
---Emcee on 1/24/06

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I answered question #1
---Bruce5656 on 1/24/06

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