120 things about our Lord Jesus Christ

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1) Jesus is God. John 1:1

2) Jesus was never created. Micah 5:2

3) Jesus’ essence has never changed. Hebrews 13:8

4) Jesus is the Creator of everything. Colossians 1:16

5) Jesus is all-powerful. Matthew 28:18

6) Jesus is all-knowing. Colossians 2:3

7) Jesus is ever-present. Matthew 18:20

8) Jesus is holy. Luke 1:35

9) Jesus is righteous. Isaiah 53:11

10) Jesus is just. Zechariah 9:9

11) Jesus is guileless. 1 Peter 2:22

12) Jesus is sinless. 2 Corinthians 5:21

13) Jesus is spotless. 1 Peter 1:19

14) Jesus is innocent. Matthew 27:4

15) Jesus is gentle. Matthew 11:29

16) Jesus is merciful. Hebrews 2:17

17) Jesus is forgiving. Luke 23:34

18) Jesus receives worship by demons. Mark 5:2,6

19) Jesus receives worship by men. John 9:38

20) Jesus receives worship by angels. Hebrews 1:6

21) Jesus receives worship by disciples. Luke 24:52

22) Jesus receives worship in heaven. Revelation 7:9-10

23) Jesus will receive worship from everyone. Philippians 2:10-11

24) Jesus was human. 1 Timothy 2:5

25) Jesus was conceived by the Holy Spirit. Luke 1:34-35

26) Jesus took on man’s nature. Hebrews 2:9-18

27) Jesus humbled Himself. Philippians 2:8, John 13:1

28) Jesus was subject to human emotions. Hebrews 5:7

29) Jesus raised His body from the dead. John 10:18

30) Jesus blood brings reconciliation with God. Ephesians 2:13-16

31) Jesus blood brings redemption for man. Romans 3:24-25

32) Jesus blood allows man to be justified before God. Romans 5:9

33) Jesus blood sanctifies man. Hebrews 10:29

34) Jesus blood brings spiritual victory. Revelation 12:11

35) Jesus blood brings eternal life. John 6:53-56

36) Jesus came to save sinners. Luke 19:10

37) Jesus will bring in everlasting righteousness. Daniel 9:24

38) Jesus destroyed the works of Satan. 1 John 3:8

39) Jesus fulfilled the Old Testament. Matthew 5:17

40) Jesus gives life now. John 10:10

41) Jesus is our advocate. 1 John 2:1

42) Jesus gives eternal life. John 10:28

43) Jesus is eternal life. 1 John 5:20

44) Jesus sends the Holy Spirit to us. John 15:26, Acts 1:8, 2:1-4

45) Jesus will take His people to heaven. John 14:3

46) Jesus will return to the earth after the tribulation. Matthew 24:29

47) Jesus will return to the earth in power and glory. Matthew 24:30

48) Jesus completes revelation. Hebrews 1:1

49) Jesus will never send you away if you come to Him. John 6:37

50) Jesus is the way, the truth, and the life. John 14:6

51) Jesus upholds all things by the word of His power Hebrews 1:3

52) Jesus is more than angels Hebrews 1:5

53) Jesus is more than Moses Hebrews 3:3

54) Jesus is greater than the Temple Mew 12:6

55) Jesus is a better high-priest Hebrews 7:23-28

56) Jesus is the Messiah, the Coming King, the Son of the Living God, the Word of God Mathew 16:16, Mathew 24:30, Revelation 19:11-16

57) Jesus loves righteousness and hates iniquity more than anyone else Hebrews 1:9

58) Jesus is preparing the place for His people in Heaven John 14:2-4

59) Jesus will judge in righteousness all people during the Last Judgment Acts 17:31

60) Jesus judgment is impartial, according to truth, works and the light given to men. Romans 2:1-16

61) Jesus knows our deepest thoughts and intentions of the heart Hebrews 4:12, 13

62) Jesus will ask account for every idle word that people speak Mathew 12:36

63) Jesus will show mercy to those who forgive and punish the unmerciful ones Mathew 6:15, Mathew 18:35

65) Jesus will reward people for the slightest good things they did for His people Mathew 10:42, Revelation 2, 3.

66) Jesus will punish greatly those people, those cities that didn’t accept the Gospel of the Kingdom of God. The greater the revelation – the greater responsibility and punishment. Mathew 10:14, 15; Mathew 11:20-24; Luke 12:47, 48

67) Jesus expects Christians to be zealous for good works, to bring plenty of fruit unto God out of their vital union with Him John 15:1-14, Ephesians 2:10

68) Jesus expects Christians to love each other as He loved them. John 13:34,35, 14:23, 15:12

69) Jesus forgives and expects Christians to forgive one another forever. Mathew 8:21-35

70) Jesus expects Christians to grow in grace and the knowledge of God continuously. Revelation 22:11, 12

71) Jesus expects Christians to walk in this world as He walked 1 John 2:6

72) Jesus expects Christians to hide Scriptures in their hearts so that they will not sin Ps.119:11, 1 John 3:9

73) Jesus expects Christians to pray continually and not faint Luke 18:8, 1Thessalonians 5:17

74) Jesus expects Christians to be always alert, ready for His coming Mathew 24:44, 25:13, 26:41

75) Jesus expects Christians to combat against sin, flesh, Devil and his Angels and this ungodly system of the present world. He expects all Christians to take a radical stand against those. Galatians 6:14

76) In the toughest circumstances Jesus expects Christians to live continually by the grace He sends them and not by the worldly wisdom. 2 Corinthians 1:12, 12:9

77) Jesus has got all the power in Heaven and Earth, and He can give His people the power to teach, the power to make all nations obedient to the faith in His name Mathew 28:18-20, Romans 1:5

78) Jesus loves little children and He will punish severely those who abuse children Mathew 18:1-11

79) Jesus opens people’s minds and hearts to understand the Scriptures Luke 24:45, Acts 8:26-40, 14:27, 16:14, Galatians 1:15-17, 2 Timothy 3:15

80) Jesus expects all of His disciples to live according to the Kingdom ethics taught in the Sermon of the Mount. He wants them to do that out of love to God, not by the letter of the Law, but by the Spirit of God, t. Mathew 5, 6, 7; 2 Corinthians 3:2-18, Romans 8:13, Galatians 5:22-25

81) Jesus wants Christians to know the truth and to set them free. John 8:32, 36

82) Jesus offers all people to come to Him for the Water of Life, that is for the Holy Ghost. John 7:37-39

83) Jesus always seeks to fulfill the will of His Father. John 5:30

84) Jesus is zealous for the House of Prayer John 2:13-22

85) Jesus can be sympathetic with His people; he is not indifferent, but touched with the feeling of our infirmities. Therefore he can always help us. Hebrews 4:15, 16

86) Jesus is a powerful and strict teacher. Mathew 8:28, 29; John 6:61-71

87) Jesus cares when people are hungry, yet He always stresses the preeminence of the Heavenly food. John 6:26,27

88) Jesus loves to heal people Mathew 8:16

89) Jesus has power to heal all manner of sickness, to give sight to the blind, hearing to deaf people and even raise people from the dead. Mathew 11:4-6

90) Jesus is more impressed with the heart and the faith of the giver than with the amount given to some cause. He alone knows how much we sacrifice in serving God. Luke 21:1-4

91) Jesus can be amazed by the faith of His followers. Mathew 8:10

92) Jesus was getting weary John 4:6, Luke 8:23

93) Jesus was despised and rejected of men, and he also experienced many sorrows and sicknesses Isaiah 53:3

94) Jesus will never give us more than we can handle, though it may appear this way. 1Corinthians 10:13, 2 Corinthians 1:8-10

95) Jesus knows how and when to stop sinners in their ways. Acts 9:1-9

96) Jesus hates false doctrines and actions of sinners. Revelation 2:6

97) Jesus puts people to death. Revelation 2:23

98) Jesus has the full authority to judge people given to Him by His Father. John 5:22-29

99) Jesus pleads His people to flee from evil, always rejoice, always pray and give thanks for everything Philippians 4:4, 1 Thessalonians 5:15-18

100) Jesus expects His people to grow in love and remember that love will last forever. 1Corinthians 13

101) Jesus despises all kinds of hypocrisy and warns His disciples to beware of the leaven of the Pharisees, which is hypocrisy. Luke 12:1

102) Jesus is blunt and explicit in telling people about hell and the consequences of their unbelief. Mathew 5:22, 29-30; Mark 9:42-48, Luke 16:19-31, Mathew 24:48-51, Mathew 25:30, 41-46

103) Jesus is altogether lovely. Song of Songs 5:16

104) Jesus is very patient, longsuffering and kind. He never gets angry quickly. He knows what He is angry at and He can control His anger. Romans 2:4, Psalms 7:11, James 1:19, 20; Psalms 85:15, Mathew 17:17

105) Jesus knew Scriptures very well as it appeared during 40 days of temptation in the wilderness. Mathew 4:4, 7, 10.

106) Jesus was healing people on Sabbath. Mathew 12:1-14

107) Jesus continually does those things that He sees the Father doing. John 5:17, 19; John 14:10

108) Strange as it may sound, yet Jesus never does anything of Himself, but as His Father taught Him. John 8:28, John 5:30

109) According to Jesus true joy is not to know that demons obey you, but that your name is written in Heaven. Luke 10:20

110) Jesus expects that His disciples will suffer for His name and the Gospel and wants them to rejoice in those sufferings and offers great rest and reward in the end. Mathew 5:10-12, Romans 8:17, Philippians 1:27-29, Revelation 2:10, Revelation 14:13

111) Jesus cares both about the heart of the worshipper and about His appearance. John 4:23, 24; Luke 18:9-14, Titus 2:3.

112) Jesus deals with each person individually according to his actions and motives.
“With the merciful You will show Yourself merciful; With a blameless man You will show Yourself blameless; With the pure You will show Yourself pure; And with the devious You will show Yourself shrewd. For You will save the humble people, But will bring down haughty looks.” Psalms 18:25-27 (NKJV)

113) Jesus takes care of weary people holistically. Mathew 11:28-30, Mark 6:31, Mark 6:34-44

114) Jesus is Supreme over all circumstances of life. Acts 9:16, Revelation 4:1

115) Jesus is able to save to the uttermost. (Hebrews 7:25)

116) Jesus alone is able to both justify, sanctify, glorify, establish, confirm unto the end, make blameless and even make His people perfect. 1 Corinthians 1:8, 30; Hebrews 13:21, 1Peter 5:10

117) Jesus is able to keep us from falling. Jude 1:24, Luke 22:31, 32

118) Jesus is Lord. He tells His people what to do and not vice versa. Yes, they can ask, yet He is sovereign in his decisions. He is both God and Man at the same time. (not enough space to bring all the references) John 13:13-17, Acts 9:6, Mark 16:15

119) Jesus always speaks the truth in love. He doesn’t gloss the edges and yet He never casts pearls before swine. He knows which nations have to hear the Gospel first. He knows how to do mission work best. People testified about Him that He did all things well. Mark 7:37, Ephesians 4:15, Mathew 21:42-44, Mathew 7:6, Acts 1:7-8, Acts 5:1-16, Acts 8:1, Acts 16:6 etc.

120) Jesus is coming soon! Mathew 24:14, 29-31, Revelation 22:20

Some of these are taken from the New Testament and some from the Old. Some of these references refer both to God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Ghost. Sorry for mistakes in references. Nevertheless I hope it will remind you about who Jesus really is, what he did, what He is doing and what he is going to do. May God bless you in the year 2012!

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