Why is Jesus called Jesus?
According to Wikipedia, Yeshua was a common alternative form of the name Joshua in later books of the Hebrew Bible and among Jews of the Second Temple period.
This name corresponds to the Greek spelling Iesous, from which comes the English spelling Jesus.
Yehoshua (Joshua in English) in the Hebrew means "Yahweh is salvation", which is an appropriate name for Jesus the Son of God who, according to the Jesus as recorded in the Gospels, came to seek and save that which was lost.
What are the lyrics to song Jesus oh my Jesus i love calling your name Jesus oh my Jesus everyday your name is the same?
The lyrics to the song Jesus oh my Jesus I love calling your name Jesus oh my Jesus everyday your name is the same are Chorus: Jesus, Jesus, I love calling Your name. Jesus, Jesus, everyday Your name is the same. Verse 1: When the troubles surround me, and I didn’t have to despair; Lord, You told me that You’d be right there. Seems like all my problems, they have just begun; but I’m not… Read More
What is the title and author of the song Jesus oh my Jesus i love calling your name Jesus oh my Jesus everyday your name is the same?
The song title is Jesus How I Love To Call Your Name, and the author is Shirley Caesar.
Jesus was his official name. Christ (Greek: christos), however, was not his last name. It was simply a title for him meaning "the Anointed One", "Messiah" or "Savior". ________________________________________________________ Sorry, Jesus is a made up name and it really doesn't have a meaning: now that's not saying a person who has called upon that name isn't really saved, they are! We all assumed it is the Son of God and God in the flesh, we… Read More
Jesus is the sweetest name I know. By Lela B. Long
When the angel visited Mary with the news she would give birth to the Messiah the name was already picked out. Jesus got that name from God, Himself.
"Jesus You're beautiful" by Cece Winans
The archangel told Mary that she would have the son of God, and told her that his name shall be Jesus. Although Jesus was not an uncommon name in the day and time, it is the name the angel told them to name this Holy Child. Many people in the Bible times had two names (Peter/Simon, Jacob/Israel etc) and their names often meant something (like today's Michael Jackson means 'Michael, son of Jack!) Jesus was… Read More
The title to this traditional spiritual Christmas song is Jesus, Oh What a Wonderful Child To hear it sung, go to http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WQEdZn09u9g And here are the lyrics: Jesus, Jesus Oh what a wonderful child Jesus, Jesus So lowly meek and mild New life, new hope, new joy He brings Won't you listen to the angels sing Glory, glory, glory To the newborn King Jesus, Jesus Oh what a wonderful child Jesus, Jesus So lowly meek… Read More
Jesus' primary place of residence is at the right hand of the Father: Who is he that condemneth? It is Christ that died, yea rather, that is risen again, who is even at the right hand of God, who also maketh intercession for us. (Romans 8:34) Additionally, He and the Father are resident in the life of every believer/doer. Jesus answered and said unto him, If a man love me, he will keep my words… Read More
Jesus is called the Lord, because he is the son of God. When he was crucified on the cross for the sins of mankind, being innocent and without sin in life, he became sin and died. Becuase of his sacrifice, he rose from the grave and was placed at the right hand of God as the King of Mankind and the savior of man from damnation. His innocent life perished by the iniquities of man… Read More
If you were to look at the original text, Immanuel and Jesus have the save meaning. because the religion was stolen and evolved to suit different cultures/ civilizations it is really sun worship why do churches face east, Constantine originally worshiped the sun and changed his old beliefs and made Jesus the sun.
In Hebrew it is spelled Immanuel, In The Kings James version of The Bible that I have The Crossfire Study Bible It is spelled both Immanuel and Emmanuel. In The Book of Matthew Chapter 1 verse 23, Behold, a Virgin shall be with Child, and shall bring forth a Son, and they shall call His Name Emmanuel, which being interpreted is, God with us (Isa. 7:14). In The Book of Isaiah also in Chapter 7… Read More
Jesus is the Hellenized (Greek) version of the Hebrew Y'shua (Joshua), which means "YHWH [The LORD, God] saves". In ancient Jewish culture, the name given to a person was very important and often told a story, sometimes of what God had done in the lives of the parents, or what the child was going to do. In this case, per Matthew 1:21, an angel of God appears to Joseph, Mary's husband, and tells him "you… Read More
Jesus was crucified on a mountain called Golgotha.
With Adam and Eve's fall from grace in the Garden of Eden mankind was by default bound for hell, no exceptions. With Christ's victory on the cross we are now able to attain heaven if we choose. This gospel is in fact a great comfort, knowing we don't have to go to hell, but can choose the destination of our souls. This is why Jesus is called Comforter.
The word 'Messiah' comes from the Hebrew for the Anointed one. The Jews had long hoped for a great leader or Messiah, and the New Testament portrays Jesus as the fulfilment of those hopes.
All of Jesus is holy. It is only by his blood, shed on the cross, that we can become holy.
The Shirley Caesar Album was called 'A Miracle In Harlem.'
The Word. ("In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God." John 1:1) In heaven Jesus is God. He always was and always will exist.
Baby Jesus slept in a manger.
No one really knows. In most pictures is is shown to have long hair and a beard. We will know when We get to Heaven.
he was struggling against king herod because he hated him and wanted him dead
This is the English translation of the name given by the angel of the Lord to Jesus' earthly father, Joseph. I suppose you will have to ask the English translators of the Bible your question when you get to heaven.
"I have come to bring fire on the earth, and how I wish it were already kindled!"[luke 12:49]When I read your question reminds me this scripture
AnswerJust as many Christians switch to Islam, Buddhism and other faiths, so also members of other faiths can switch to Jesus and become Christians. It depends on what they are looking for, spiritually. If they feel that Christianity is more true, or at least more relevant to them, than their present faiths, then they may choose to switch to Jesus. In many cases, especially in poor, third-world countries, they have listened to missionary stories about… Read More
Jesus, be Jesus in me No longer me, but He (other lines, it is but Thee) Resurrection Power, fill me this hour, Jesus, be Jesus in me
Because Jesus proved to the Jews and to everyone else that he could do miracles, and that he WAS the son of Christ. and the people who hated Jesus were the people who were jealous of his fame and everyone calling him a "Prophet." And Elchiziak pronounced Jesus a Prophet. I think. dont be angry at me if im wrong. this is just a blurry memory.
The Messiah comes from the Jewish word Messiah meaning The anointed one.
Emmanuel means God with us.
The title Rabbi developed with the Pharisees as part of the Sanhedrin. As the Christian Bible claims that Jesus wasn't a Pharisee, he wouldn't have been called a Rabbi.
Christ is an Anglicized version of the Greek "Christos", which is the same as "Messiah" in Hebrew. The first part of the Gospels of Matthew and Luke are dedicated to proving the fulfillment of the prophecies regarding the Messiah in the OT.
Because that is what He is. With His death on the cross we are all redeemed and will now have the choice to follow Him and attain heaven or continue on in sin which will land us in hell with Satan.
There's a brand new dance But I don't know its name That people from bad homes Do again and again It's big and it's bland Full of tension and fear They do it over there but we don't do it here (CHORUS) Fashion! Turn to the left Fashion! Turn to the right Oooh, fashion! We are the goon squad And we're coming to town Beep-beep Beep-beep Listen to me - don't listen to me Talk… Read More
More probably, "Nazarene" is used to describe anyone who lived in Nazareth, a town viewed with contempt by the rest of the people. cp John 1:46. However Jesus is called Jesus of Nazareth 17 times in Gospels and Acts. For example in John 1:45 Philip found Nathanael and said to him, "We have found Him of whom Moses in the law, and also the prophets, wrote-Jesus of Nazareth, the son of Joseph." This tells us… Read More
What gospel singer wrote the song with the lyrics say you love Jesus say you love Jesus if you love Jesus you ought to show some sign?
What gospel grop sing Say You Love Jesus You ought t show some sign
Thew Jews of that time did not have last names. Jesus was referred to as Jesus of Nazareth, son of Joseph, of the family of David. Bar Joseph means "son of Joseph" but "Jesus of Nazareth" is the more common usage
This could be expounded upon almost endlessly but to sum it all up Jesus came to destroy the works of the devil.(1 John 3:8) Jesus said that he was anointed to set at liberty the captives and heal the Broken hearted. All the ailment of mankind are in someway the result of sin. Sin leaves devastation and pain, Jesus came that he would do away with these devilish works and restore mankind to a relationship… Read More
Jesus was not named Jesus. He was named Yeshua or Yehoshua from the Hebrew word 'Yasha' meaning to save - Jesus' name means salvation. Answer number two: Jesus is the Greek name for Yeshua/Yehoshua.
Then charged he his disciples that they should tell no man that he was Jesus the Christ. (Matthew 16:20) This is the first mention of the words 'Jesus' and 'Christ' in a descriptive action narrative, and in the same sentence. There are prior mentions in Matthew, but they are not in the context of action narration. Interestingly, Jesus Himself, while using the term, is exhorting His disciples NOT to use it or spread it around… Read More
Jesus always calls softly and tenderly as he wants you to return to him.
Jesus is called the good sheperd as sorta a metaphor God is the shepard and christians are his sheep. The devil would be the theif or wolf or lion that tries to steal the lamb away. The feild in which the sheep dwell in portrais heaven and the gate to the feild is Jesus. All must get to God/The shepherd through the son/Jesus/The gate. Hope that helps.
In the times of Jesus, there were two kinds of shepherds - the 'good' shepherds and the 'bad' shepherd. However, generally, shepherds were the lowest class in society and looked down on by the ruling classes - for one thing they were not welcome in the Temple to worship God. And yet the shepherds were the first to hear of Christ's birth.'Bad' shepherds were usually employed by other people to look after sheep and so… Read More
We call Jesus the high priest because he has overall authority.He made a sacrifice, the ultimate sacrifice himself!!; which was by dying on the cross for us.
A father gives life. By means of Jesus Christ's shed blood, we have an opportunity to gain everlasting life, therefore to all those who are obedient to hiis rulership, he is their everlasting father.
In the New Testament Abba is another name for God.
Satan is actually the Ego of the individual. The Ego is all the defects one has such as, Gluttony, Anger, Lust, etc. Furthermore, the Essence one has is perfect Matthew 5:48 "Therefore you shall be perfect, just as your Father in heaven is perfect." This is what Jesus meant when he said Mark 8:34 "Whoever desires to come after Me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross, and follow Me." Deny himself… Read More
Because He was (and still is) a king. Shortly He will return and will rule the saints in New Jerusalem.
Jesus calls ALL, not just the young.