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Study For Yourselves, And See If Jesus Christ, Has The Names of God

Jesus Christ Possesses Divine Names, Names That Can Only Be Used Of God. Himself:


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Jesus is Yahweh. Yahweh is a very common Hebrew Name for God in the Old Testament, occurring over 5,300 times. It is translated Lord (all capitals) in many English translations of the Bible.


We first learn of this Name in Exodus 3, where Moses asked God by what Name He should be called. God replied to him, “I AM WHO I AM.....Thus you shall say to the children of Israel, ‘I AM has sent me to you’ ” ( verse 14 ). Yahweh is basically a shortened form of “I AM WHO I AM” ( verse 15 ). The Name conveys the idea of eternal self-existence. Yahweh never came into being at a point in time for He has always existed.


Jesus implicitly ascribed this Divine Name to Himself during a confrontation He had with a group of hostile Jews. He said, “I say to you, before Abraham was, I AM” ( John 8:58 ). Jesus deliberately contrasted the created origin of Abraham, whom the Jews venerated with His own eternal, uncreated nature as God.


Jesus is Kurios. The New Testament Greek equivalent of the Old Testament Hebrew Name Yahweh is Kurios. Used of God, Kurios carries the idea of a sovereign being who exercises absolute authority. The word is translated Lord in English translations of the Bible.




To an early Christian accustomed to reading the Old Testament, the word Lord, when used of Jesus, would point to His identification with the God of the Old Testament ( Yahweh ). Hence, the affirmation that “Jesus is Lord” ( Kurios ) in the New Testament constitutes a clear affirmation that Jesus is Yahweh, as is the case in passages like Romans 10:9, 1 Corinthians 12:3, and Philippians 2:5–11.


Jesus is Elohim. Elohim is a Hebrew Name that is used of God 2,570 times in the Old Testament. The Name literally means “Strong One,” and its plural ending ( in Hebrew ) indicates the fullness of power. Elohim is portrayed in the Old Testament as the powerful and sovereign governor of the universe, ruling over the affairs of humankind.


Jesus is recognized as both Yahweh and Elohim in the prophecy in Isaiah 40:3: “Prepare the way of the Lord ( Yahweh ); make straight in the desert a highway for our God ( Elohim ).” This verse was written in reference to John the Baptist preparing for the coming of Christ ( as confirmed in John 1:23 ) and represents one of the strongest affirmations of Christ’s Deity in the Old Testament. In Isaiah 9:6, we likewise read a prophecy of Christ with a singular variant (El) of Elohim: “And His Name will be called The Wonderful, The Counselor, The Mighty God (El), The Everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace.”


Jesus is Theos. The New Testament Greek word for God, Theos, is the corresponding parallel to the Old Testament Hebrew term Elohim. A well-known example of Christ being addressed as God ( Theos ) is found in the story of “doubting Thomas” in John 20. In this passage, Thomas witnesses the resurrected Christ and worshipfully responds: “My Lord and my God [Theos ) ( John 20:28 ).


Jesus is called Theos throughout the rest of the New Testament. For example, when a jailer asked Apostle, Paul, and Apostle Silas, how to be saved, they responded: “Believe on the Lord Jesus, and you will be saved, you and your household” ( Acts 16:31 ). After the jailer believed and became saved, he “rejoiced, having believed in God ( Theos ) with all his household” ( verse 34 ). Believing in Christ and believing in God are seen as identical acts. In the Old Testament, God said, that He would place and put is Name and Temple In one city, Jerusalem, please study the book of Acts and see who are places and preached in Jerusalem and where did Jesus place His Church?. Amen.


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