The Abrahamic Covenant included prophecy that has been, continues to be and will finally be fulfilled in the history of the people called "Jews", the nation of Israel and the person of Jesus Christ. It is Evidence For God that no reasonable man or woman would dare deny.
Also Reference: Romans 10:17, 1 Thessalonians 2:13, James 1:21, John 17:17, Hebrews 4:12
Who is the Christ-King? Matthew 1:18–24 looks forward to the morning sermon on the coming Lord's Day. In these seven verses of Holy Scripture, the Holy Spirit teaches us that the Christ-King is God Himself, Who came to save His people from their sins.
The Most Powerful Chapter in the Bible. Genesis 3:1-24 This High lights verses 14-15. Sin is to be judged; perfect justice is to be executed. It was true in the beginning with Adam; it will be true with us in the final judgment of all men. This passage covers the first judgment ever pronounced upon earth. The word enmity (ebhah) means hatred, antagonism, hostility. In the Bible it is always used to refer to the enmity between people, not animals. This fact alone, as well as the rest of this part of the judgment, points to the tempter being the devil and not just a serpent.Without this chapter their would be no sin and no salvation.Christ would not go to the cross, for the only reason for Calvary was human sin. This is the seed plot for the whole Bible.It is the first prophecy of the Lord Jesus Christ and was Gods judgment against the serpent and the fall of man.These verses 14-15 speak of the virgin birth, regeneration and salvation through the blood of the substitute and through the faith of man.
In our study, we enjoyed a (day after) Christmas in July (the 26th) service and after some Christmas songs and current events, we read Scriptures related to the Incarnation in which God became Man in the person of Jesus of Nazareth, the Messiah of Israel and Saviour of all who will believe.
Also Reference: Matthew :1-4, Genesis 3:1, 1 Timothy 3:14-16, Matthew 4:8-11, Isaiah 53:1-3, Isaiah 7:14, Matthew 1:22-23, Hebrews 4:14-16
Immanuel, "God with us", embodies and fulfills all of the names of God we've introduced in every prior lesson on the names of God. Immanuel, revealed prophetically by Isaiah in Isaiah 7.14, was explained by Matthew in the New Testament as the reason Mary and Joseph should name their son Yeshua (Salvation-Jesus) because he will save his people from their sins. Yes, God Himself, became Immanuel and dwelt among us. The question answered in this last teaching on the Names of God is - Can God Do Anything? If yes, then God can become a man. This then is the message of the New Testament in a sentence - God can, and did, became man and through the death of this God-Man, believers have everlasting life.
Today we're taking a closer look at the seventh chapter of the Book of Isaiah.
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In our study, we look at EIGHT Mosaic prophecies about the coming Messiah, all of which were fulfilled by Jesus of Nazareth beyond any realistic odds of any single man doing so.
Also Reference: Matthew 1:22-23, Romans 16:20, Genesis 22:15 & 18, Genesis 17:19, Numbers 24:17, Genesis 49:10, Matthew 1:1-3, Genesis 14:18, Luke 22:17-20, Hebrews 7:14-17, Exodus 12:3, Exodus 12:5 & 7, Exodus 12:13, John 1:29, 1 Corinthians 5:7, Numbers 21:8, John 3:14-16, Deuteronomy 18:18, John 1:15-17, John 7:40, Deuteronomy 21:22-23, 1 Peter 2:24, Galatians 3:13, Genesis 22:10-12, Hebrews 11:18-19, Mark 12:26-27, Hebrews 10:1-10
Have you noticed the fact that the Angel of the Lord is referred to as God and Lord? And who is the image of the invisible God? Jesus!
Also Reference: Exodus 3:2-4, Matthew 1:20, Matthew 28:2, John 3:13