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The nature and essence of the Second Person of the Trinity. Meant as a companion to the Christian and Missionary Alliance's Statement of Faith and our Sunday School's study of it,.

The nature and essence of the Second Person of the Trinity. Meant as a companion to the Christian and Missionary Alliance's Statement of Faith and our Sunday School's study of it,.

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  • 1. BELIEVERS AND ACHURCH IN TRANSITION The Person of Jesus Christ
  • 2. Basic InformationLICENSING: I grant a Creative Commonslicense made of the following elements: Youmay freely share and adapt this work VISIT:provided you give me credit–(website info skOG Workshop Headquarters atfine!), your efforts have no commercial www.lennyhoy.com for other itemsapplication and you share extracted/ of interest.redacted work with others. God bless andhave fun! Slide Array Table of ContentsIMAGES: By Subscription: http:// www.instonebrewer.com/bpg2009/ frames.htm?members/member_page.php EMAIL: leonard.hoy@gmail.com By Permission: Creative Commons Licensing as noted (see TITLE PICTURE at right for instance)
  • 3. Paul Establishes The Christian’s Goal:To ‘Know’ Jesus Christ!
  • 4. More than that, I count all things to be lossin view of the surpassing value of knowingChrist Jesus, my Lord, for whom I havesuffered the loss of all things, and count th em but rubbish so that . . . 1. I may gain Christ, 2. and may be found in Him . . . 3. . . . and that I may know a. Him b. the power of His resurrection c. the fello wship of His sufferings 4. I may a ttain to the resurrection from the dead. (Philippians 3:8-10)
  • 5. Which ‘Know’ Does Paul Use Here?
  • 6. Which ‘Know’ Does Paul Use Here?γνῶναι gnōnai to know or understand This ‘knowing’ demands anintellectual processing of information.
  • 7. KNOWLEDGE vs ZEALFor I testify about them thatthey have a zeal for God, butnot in accordance withknowledge. Romans 10:2
  • 8. More than that, I count all things to be lossin view of the surpa ssing value of knowingChrist Jesus, my Lord, for whom I have Tothntlolsec f all things, and count red i e e ls otually knsuffe undrubbisn so that . . . ow and them but ersta h d just wh CIhriay gsini Christ, o Jesus 1. m st i a l es at the ver (rc hte oand e Chbe found in Himy igoreous) f th may ris 2. tian experi 3. I may know ence! a. Him b. the power of His resurrection c. the fello wship of His sufferings 4. I may a ttain to the resurrection from the dead. (Philippians 3:8-10)
  • 9. From where will we get useful and trustworthyinformation about a figure who lived and died almost 2000 years ago? Legends?Rumors? Eyewit nesses inspired b y the Holy Spirit!! Historica l Dreams? Researc h?
  • 10. Our Second Topic . . .The Truth of Jesus Christ What we say we know . . .
  • 11. Eight things we say w e know about Jesus . . . .
  • 12. Where in the Bible we find this information . . . .
  • 13. True God, True Man. . . .At the s ame ti m e, etern a!y5 Have this attitude in yourselves which was also in Christ Jesus, 6who, although He existed in the form of God, did not regard equalitywith God a thing to be grasped, 7 but emptied Himself, taking the formof a bond-servant, and being made in the likeness of men. 8 Beingfound in appearance as a man, He humbled Himself by becomingobedient to the point of death, even death on a cross. 9 For thisreason also, God highly exalted Him, and bestowed on Him the namewhich is above every name, 10 so that at the name of Jesus everyknee will bow, of those who are in heaven and on earth and under theearth,11 and that every tongue will confess that Jesus Christ is Lord,to the glory of God the Father. (Philippians 2:5-11)
  • 14. Conceived by the H oly Spirit, born of a virgin . . .
  • 15. Conceived by the H oly Spirit, born of a virgin . . .34 Mary said to the angel, “How can this (becoming pregnant) be,since I am a virgin?” 35 The angel answered and said to her, “TheHoly Spirit will come upon you, and the power of the Most High will theovershadow you; and for that reason the holy Child shall be called oSon of God. 36 “And behold, even your relative Elizabeth has als nowconceived a son in her old age; and she who was called barren isin her sixth month. 37 “For nothing will be impossible with God.” 38 e toAnd Mary said, “Behold, the bondslave of the Lord; may it be don keme according to your word.” And the angel departed from her. (Lu1:34-38)
  • 16. Died on a cross,the Just for the unjust . . . .
  • 17. Died on a cross, the Just for the unjust . . . .22 Then they brought Him to the place GolgPlace of a Skull. 23 T otha, which is translate hey tried to give Him w d,He did not take it. 24 A ine mixed with myrrh; nd they crucified Him, but (Mark 15:22-4)
  • 18. Died on a cross, the Just for the unjust . . . .22 Then they brought Him to the place GolgPlace of a Skull. 23 T otha, which is translate hey tried to give Him w d,He did not take it. 24 A ine mixed with myrrh; nd they crucified Him, but (Mark 15:22-4) so 18 For Christ also died for sins once for all, the just for the unjust, h, that He might bring us to God, having been put to death in the fles but made alive in the spirit; (I Peter 3:18 )
  • 19. A substitutionary sacrifice . . .
  • 20. A substitutionary sacrifice . . . 9 But we do see Him wh angels, nam o was mad ely, Jesus, e for a little because of while lowerglory and h the sufferin than the onor, so tha g of death ceveryone. ( t by the gra rowned with Hebrews 2: ce of God H 9) e might tas te death for
  • 21. He rose "om the deadaccording to Scriptures . . .
  • 22. He rose "om the dead according to Scriptures . . .23 (Peter speaking of Jesus) “. . . this Man, delivered over by thepredetermined plan and foreknowledge of God, you nailed to a crossby the hands of godless men and put Him to death. 24 But God raisedHim up again, putting an end to the agony of death, since it wasimpossible for Him to be held in its power.”25 “For David says of Him, ‘I saw the Lord always in my presence; for He is at my right hand,so that I will not be shaken.’26 ‘Therefore my heart was glad and my tongue exulted, moreovermy flesh also will live in hope.27 because you will not abandon my soul to Hades nor allow YourHoly One to undergo decay.(Acts 2:23-27)
  • 23. All who believe in Himare justifie d by His shed blood . . .
  • 24. All who believe in Him are justifie d by His shed blood . . .9 Much mo re then, havbe saved fr ing now be om the wra en justified th of God th by His bloo rough Him. d, we shall (Romans 5 :9)
  • 25. All who believe in Him are justifie d by His shed blood . . .9 Much mo re then, havbe saved fr ing now be om the wra en justified th of God th by His bloo rough Him. d, we shall (Romans 5 :9) ‘Justified’ means to be declared righteous in God’s sight.
  • 26. Jesus is at the r ight hand of Majesty on High as our High Priest . . .
  • 27. Jesus is at the r ight hand of Majesty on High as our High Priest . . . 1 Now the ma in point in whhigh priest, w at has been s ho has taken aid is this: wethe Majesty in His seat at th have such a the heavens e right hand o (Hebrews 8:1 f the throne o ) f
  • 28. Jesus is at the r ight hand of Majesty on High as our High Priest . . . 1 Now the ma in point in whhigh priest, w at has been s ho has taken aid is this: wethe Majesty in His seat at th have such a the heavens e right hand o (Hebrews 8:1 f the throne o ) f ed h prie st who has pass have a great hig t us hold fast our14. The refore, since we od, le ns, Je sus the Son of G notth rough the heave hig h priest who can 5 For we do not have a s been tempted inconfession. 1 knes ses, but One wh o ha ear sympath ize with our wea here fore let us draw n we are, yet without sin. 16 T we m ay receive mercy all things as rone of grace, so that w ith co nfidence to the th d. ( Hebrews 4:14-16 ) h elp in time of nee and find grace to
  • 29. He wi! come again toestablish His Kingd om . ..
  • 30. He wi! come again to establish His Kingd om . .. I tell64 Jesus said to him, “You have said it yourself; nevertheless THEyou, hereafter you will see THE SON OF MAN SITTING AT OFRIGHT HAND OF POWER, and COMING ON THE CLOUDSHEAVEN.” (Matthew 26:64) (References Psalm 110:1 and Daniel 7:13)
  • 31. He wi! come again to establish His Kingd om . .. I tell64 Jesus said to him, “You have said it yourself; nevertheless THEyou, hereafter you will see THE SON OF MAN SITTING AT OFRIGHT HAND OF POWER, and COMING ON THE CLOUDSHEAVEN.” (Matthew 26:64) (References Psalm 110:1 and Daniel 7:13)27 Then the sovereignty, the dominion and the greatness of all thekingdoms under the whole heaven will be given to the people of thesaints of the Highest One; His kingdom will be an everlastingkingdom, and all the dominions will serve and obey Him.” (Daniel7:27)
  • 32. The solutions to all our hardquestions about the Christian walk emerge from within an intimate relationship with Jesus Christ.
  • 33. The solutions to all our hard questions about the Christian walk emerge from within an intimate relationship with Jesus Christ. It’s not alwaysWHAT we know. . .
  • 34. The solutions to all our hard questions about the Christian walk emerge from within an intimate relationship with Jesus Christ. It’s not alwaysWHAT we know. . . . . .it’s ultimately WHO we know!
  • 35. Any hope we entertain of an intimate relationship with Jesus Christ must have as its foundation a clearly understood and biblically based idea of JUST WHO JESUS IS!!!
  • 36. Any hope we entertain of an intimate relationship with Jesus Christ must have as its foundation a clearly understood and biblically based idea of JUST WHO JESUS IS!!! Accept NO substitutes!
  • 37. Any hope we entertain of an intimate relationship with Jesus Christ must have as its foundation a clearly understood and biblically based idea of JUST WHO JESUS IS!!! Accept NO substitutes! Allow NO additions!
  • 38. APPLICATIONLABORATORY
  • 39. JesHis NatureHis Manifestation uHis Mission sCHis Role on the Cross hriHis Triumph Over the GraveHis GiftHis Present Role in Heaven stHis Future Reign
  • 40. To whi truths ch of th do you ese JesHis NatureHis Manifestation or curi find yo osity m ur atte ost dra ntion uHis Mission sC wn to?His Role on the CrossHis Triumph Over the GravehriHis GiftHis Present Role in Heaven stHis Future Reign
  • 41. To whi truths ch of th do you ese JesHis NatureHis Manifestation or curi find yo osity m ur atte ost dra ntion uHis Mission sC wn to?His Role on the CrossHis Triumph Over the GravehriHis Gift Perha attr st ps the Ho acts youHis Present Role in Heaven for further s ly Spirit to an area tudy or likely use in God’sHis Future Reign service.
  • 42. Nature: True God, True ManJesManifestation: Conceived by the Holy Spirit, born of a uvirgin sCMission: Died on a cross, the Just for the unjust hriRole on the Cross: A substitutionary sacrifice stTriumph: He rose "om the dead, according to ScripturesGi: Justifies a! who believe on Him by His shed bloodRole in Heaven: At the right hand of Majesty On Highas our High PriestReign: He wi! come again to establish His kingdom
  • 43. Situation 1:Imagine that a close friend–an actual friend– has entered a hospice. You have no assurance of his or her salvation.1. Identify 1 (2?) of truths about Jesus Christ you would think it important to share with this friend as you seek his or her salvation.2. Is there one of these truths about Jesus Christ that helps you focus on your ministry here? Is there one that makes you bolder, more confident about your mission?
  • 44. Situation 2: You encounter a new Christian beset withproblems. He questions Jesus’ relevance to his issues and does not think He cares.1. Identify 2 of truths about Jesus Christ you would think it important to share with this friend as you seek to make Jesus real to him.2. Is there one of these truths about Jesus Christ that helps you focus on your ministry here? Is there one that makes you bolder, more confident about your mission?