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During His days on earth and throughout the centuries following, opinions about Jesus have varied greatly. Jewish dignitaries of His day saw Him as a deceiver. Roman officials saw Him as a threat to civil peace. His half brothers heckled Him. One of His followers betrayed Him. Another denied Him. Many abandoned Him. Although He spoke the truth, most did not have ears to hear.
Nevertheless, during His short time on earth, He spoke clearly as to who He was, where He was from, why He was here . . . and earth has never been the same. Nor is anyone the same, anyone in whom Jesus comes to dwell.
To this very day, differing beliefs about Jesus abound. Some say He was just a teacher of truths ... or just a prophet of peace ... or just a man of miracles—but certainly not God. A few even allege that Jesus never lived.
Yet throughout the centuries, committed Christians have continued to say, “He is my Savior and Lord—my God and King!” Who do you say that Jesus is? That is the very question Jesus asked His closest disciples...
"What about you?’ he asked. ‘Who do you say I am?"
God desires to give you hope as you face life challenges, problems and difficult trials. The good news for us, God specializes in redemption and transformation. He takes that which was lost and restores it. He takes that which was dead and gives it life. He takes that which had no hope and rewrites its story. This is our God! As you pray today, ask God boldly to transform the thing inside you that you want to see changed forever!
“You are from below; I am from above. You are of this world; I am not of this world. I told you that you would die in your sins; if you do not believe that I am the one I claim to be, you will indeed die in your sins.”
“In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. ... The Word became flesh and made his dwelling among us. We have seen his glory, the glory of the one and only Son, who came from the Father, full of grace and truth.”
John 1:1, 14
The Gospel of John