Jesus in every book of the Bible

Here is something I read on Facebook.

Jesus in every book of the Bible

by BIBLE FACTS

DID YOU KNOW THAT JESUS IS MENTION IN EVERY BOOK OF THE BIBLE

The Bible is about Jesus. He is pictured or prophesied about in each of the 66 Bible books as well as in countless types in the lives of different characters in the Bible. Below is a breakdown of how He is pictured in each of the books.

Genesis – Creator & promised Redeemer

Exodus – the Passover Lamb

Leviticus – High Priest

Numbers – water in the desert

Deuteronomy – He becomes the curse for us

Joshua – Commander of the army of the Lord

Judges – delivers us from injustice

Ruth – our Kinsman-Redeemer

1 Samuel – all in one, He is the Prophet/Priest/King

2 Samuel – King of grace & love

1 Kings – a Ruler greater than Solomon

2 Kings – the powerful prophet

1 Chronicles – Son of David that is coming to rule

2 Chronicles – the King who reigns eternally

Ezra – Priest proclaiming freedom

Nehemiah – the One who restores what is broken down

Esther – Protector of his people

Job – Mediator between God and man

Psalms – our song in the morning and in the night

Proverbs – our wisdom

Ecclesiastes – our meaning for life

Song of Solomon – Author of faithful love

Isaiah – Suffering Servant

Jeremiah – the weeping Messiah

Lamentations – He assumes God’s wrath for us

Ezekiel – Son of Man

Daniel – the stranger in the fire with us

Hosea – faithful husband even when we run away

Joel – He is sending His Spirit to His people

Amos – delivers justice to the oppressed

Obadiah – Judge of those who do evil

Jonah – the greatest missionary

Micah – He casts our sin into the sea of forgetfulness

Nahum – proclaims future world peace we cannot even imagine

Habakkuk – crushes injustice

Zephaniah – the Warrior who saves

Haggai – restores our worship

Zechariah – prophesies a Messiah pierced for us

Malachi – sun of righteousness who brings healing

Matthew – the Messiah who is King

Mark – the Messiah who is a Servant

Luke – the Messiah who is a Deliverer

John – the Messiah who is a God in the flesh

Acts – the Spirit who dwells in His people

Romans – the righteousness of God

1 Corinthians – the power and love of God

2 Corinthians – He is the down payment of what’s to come

Galatians – He is our very life

Ephesians – the unity of our church

Philippians – the joy of our life

Colossians – holds the supreme position in all things

1 Thessalonians – our comfort in the last days

2 Thessalonians – our returning King

1 Timothy – Savior of the worst sinners

2 Timothy – leader of the leaders

Titus – foundation of truth

Philemon – our Mediator

Hebrews – our High Priest

James – He matures our faith

1 Peter – our hope in times of suffering

2 Peter – the One who guards us from false teaching

1 John – source of all fellowship

2 John – God in the flesh

3 John – source of all truth

Jude – protects us from stumbling

Revelation – King of Kings and Lord of Lords,

The Alpha and the Omega,

The Beginning and the End, and

He is coming again and the One who makes all things new.

This completely blew off my mind. Jesus Christ is not just a mere name that is mentioned in sermons, He is the content, the context, the text, paragraph, remark, the mark and the outline of the entire Bible. WOW, how awesome is our God…

Therefore;
Cultivate the habit of talking to the Lord when you can… during the day at work and at home….
Continually petition Him for help, for light, for strength, for knowledge. Let every breath be a prayer so God can be in every part or every hour of your day… Amen

Posted on November 14, 2019, in Facebook and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. This blows my mind, too, but God had a plan before our creation and then set it in motion. I’m re-blogging!

    Liked by 2 people

  2. Amen! Thank you for this beautiful post and may God continue to bless you.

    Like

  3. Love it! I just shared this with my friend Sharon. She was an Orthodox Jew, and I prayed for her for about 25 years. She is now a Messianic Jew (Glory!).
    Thanks for sharing such a great piece.

    Liked by 2 people

  4. Alleluia! This is great!👌🏽

    Liked by 2 people

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