The Marking Of Jesus And The Messiah Son Of God

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The New Testament records the timeline of the early first century about a man by the name of Jesus who claimed to be the Messiah "Son of God". Jesus ' coming was through the calling of offering eternal salvation through the faith and grace of God 's mercy. The establishment of the early church covenant was offered to all who believed and desired to understand God and his will. The writers of the books of the New Testament intended to for the Scriptures to be serviceable to all followers of Christ. The New Testament provides the characteristics of Jesus and his marking of influence, giving all believers an introduction of who "God the Father" was, is, and will be in the formation of faith.

0. In The Name of Jesus****

1.**Thinking of the significant
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These appointed labels of Christ highlighting the evangelism of Jesus. Holy One is a straight forward description of who Christ is. In the book of Acts in the Bible it states,

[ "You disowned the Holy and Righteous One and asked that a murderer be released to you.You killed the author of life, but God raised him from the dead. We are witnesses of this. (Acts 3:14-15)]

The title emphasizes on His holiness,pinpointing the meaning of His creation in righteousness and power. The testimony of this characteristic were supported by two of Jesus eyewitnesses Peter and John. Jesus is Holy through his divine and human nature. His holiness is a source to his people, through the death of Christ were are made holy and righteous before God. Leading us into the second characteristic of Jesus the "Judge". "He commanded us to preach to the people and to testify that he is the one whom God appointed as judge of the living and the dead." (Acts 10:42) God appointed Jesus to be the judge of the world and to distribute the gift of eternity. Jesus himself, along with Paul and Jacob (James) speak on the factors of judgment and the ultimate ruler of who 's to judge. Third is the title of "True Vine", that us displayed by Jesus in the book of John. "I am the true vine, and my Father is the gardener." (John 15:1) The " True Vine" of God
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"The apostles and other teachers, gifted by the Holy Spirit with a diversity of talents, provided leadership." P.33**(the story of church book) The early Christian church had tremendous success in thier development of ministry due to the acceptance of diverse followers (men, women, children, different social, racial and religious backgrounds) all willing to overlook the difference of one another and formulate a friendship through Christ and obey by the commandments of God (Mark 12:29-31). "His view of righteous living emphasized inward motivation as opposed to outward show." P.142 (school book) The early Christian community transformed the concept of relationships and the precipitation of life, successfully uniting the flame of God 's fellowship of love and

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