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What does Christ stand for in Jesus Christ?

Christ means the "Anointed One", similar to Messiah. It is a title, not a last name (Jesus most likely would have been known as Jesus, son of Joseph). It is used uniquely in t (MORE)

What are the 9 characteristics of Christ-like love?

1. A Christ like love is not just an emotion, it is also a decision. 2. A Christ like love desires what is best for the other. 3. A Christ like love understands and accepts th (MORE)

What is the Atonement of Christ?

  The Atonement is one word that encompasses three of the greatest things that Christ did for us: 1) He suffered in the Garden of Gethsemane where he took upon himself t (MORE)

Who is the 'bride of Christ'?

Those who truly believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God, Gave his life as payment for our sin and was raised from the dead are collectively known as The Church. The Church (MORE)

Is it Christ Jesus or Jesus Christ?

The word 'Christ' (from the Greek: 'christos'/Hebrew: 'messiah') is a title and means 'anointed one' (one set aside for a particular purpose), so one could say: 'the anointed (MORE)

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The stock market is one of the more intimidating subjects in all of personal finance. You may want to get into the stock market, but are hesitant because you don't understand (MORE)
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Who is the anti-Christ?

The anti-Christ refers to anybody whose teachings are in opposition to those of Jesus Christ.    The Bible really does not say anything specific about where the  Antichr (MORE)

How can you believe in Christ?

Read the Bible and earnestly pray, asking God to help you believe.   "For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son,  that whoever believes in Him should (MORE)

What is the Christ?

"Christ" is the Greek translation of the word "Messiah" in the  Hebrew language (originally meaning the promised deliverer of the  Jewish nation prophesied in the Hebrew Bib (MORE)