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Names of Jesus

  • Ray Pritchard
    “We have a great high priest who has gone through the heavens, Jesus the Son of God” (Hebrews 4:14). Most of are us are at a disadvantage when we read this verse because we don’t have a clear notion of what a high priest is.
  • John Gill
    Jesus took upon him the form of a servant (Philippians 2:7), the Servant of God, and this is an instance of his amazing humility.
  • Ray Pritchard
    The men and women of this generation have heard the name of Jesus many times. What they want to know is very simple: "Can I trust him?” In a world of religious charlatans, this is where we must begin.
  • G. Campbell Morgan
    Jesus is a Greek form of the Hebrew Joshua, meaning Savior. Other men have had that name.
  • John Gill
    In what sense is Christ the mediator of the covenant?
  • Ray Pritchard
    Literally this title means “a wonder of a counselor,” speaking of the wisdom of his plan. The word “wonderful” means “astonishing” or “extraordinary.” The writers of the Old Testament used it for acts of God which man cannot understand. The word “counselor” means “advisor” or “ideal ruler.”
  • Greg Laurie
    So why do people, including avowed atheists, use the name Jesus Christ to punctuate a point?
  • Ray Pritchard
    Talk radio is filled with people who make their living giving advice to others. Much of it is good, some not so good. But the Lord goes to no one for advice. And when anyone comes to him, he gives them the counsel they need.
  • J.C. Ryle
    This name is given to our Lord from his nature, as "God manifest in the flesh." For this reason, He is called Emmanuel, "God with us."
  • Ray Pritchard
    In the Hebrew the phrase is literally “the Father of Eternity.” This speaks of the purpose of his coming.