Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince Of Peace (5 of 5) by Stan Coffey
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Series: CHRISTMAS WORDS
There are so many names given to Jesus in the Bible. Each name of Jesus is a lesson to us about how Jesus relates to us, about his care for us, about his ability and about his power and his might. It gives us insight into the character and the nature of Jesus and who Jesus really is. Well, let's go to the Lord in prayer and then we will look at the titles of Jesus in the verse here before us, Isaiah 9:6. Father, how we thank you for Jesus. We know that throughout the word that he is called so many things to us, the Rose of Sharon, the Lily of the Valley, the Bright and Morning Star, the Alpha, the Omega, the Beginning and the End. Father, we thank you that our faith is not based upon fables or the tales that are told by philosophers, but upon the promises of an eternal word that you've given us. I thank you that we as a class can study that word. I pray that you will bless our class this year, that this will be a year of growth, this will be a year, Father, of reaching out. That this class would be a blessing to this community, Father. Not only to those who are of this denomination, but of any denomination or no denomination, Father. In Jesus' name. Amen.
Alright, unto us a child is born. "For to us a son in given. The government will be on his shoulders. And he will be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, everlasting Father, Prince of Peace." Previously we looked at his name - wonderful, his name - counselor. Now we come to Mighty God. His name will be called Mighty God. Now the prophet was talking about the birth of Jesus 700 years before he was born. and he said that when this child grew up, when this son who was given would minister, that people would recognize him as the Mighty God. Now when you look in scripture Jesus is indeed the Mighty God. One of the unique things about our Savior is that the founder of our faith, ...
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