by Adrian Rogers

Is Jesus God?
Adrian Rogers
Matthew 22:41

I want you to take your bibles tonight and turn to Matthew chapter twenty two. I begin reading in just a moment in verse forty one. The title of our message tonight is IS JESUS GOD? Is Jesus God? Matthew chapter twenty two, verse forty one. While the Pharisees were gathered together, Jesus asked them saying, what think ye of Christ? And by the way, no greater question could be asked with more solemn ramifications than one question, what think ye of Christ? Whose son is he? They say unto him the son of David. He saith unto them, how then doth David in spirit call him Lord, saying, the Lord said unto my Lord, sit thou on my right hand, till I make thine enemies thy footstool? If David then called him Lord, how is he is son? And no man was able to answer him a word, neither dost any man from that day forth ask him anymore questions. I has wisely been said that great minds discuss ideals, average minds discuss events, small minds discuss people, this however is not true when it comes to the person of Jesus Christ. When you discuss Jesus Christ you can discuss nothing greater.

The bible teaches that Jesus Christ is God in human flesh. Somebody wrote these words and sound very noble. If Jesus Christ is a man and only a man I say that of all mankind I will cleave to him and will cleave to him all way. 1 (Jesus Christ is a God and the only God I swear I will follow him through heaven and hell the earth, the sea and the air. Those are beautiful words but I don't agree with them at all. If Jesus Christ is a man and only a man I'm not going to cleave to him. If Jesus Christ is a man and only a man I'm going to reject him as a fake, a fraud, and an impostor. Jesus Christ is more difference? I said no, so am I. He said you are? I said yes, I am. He looked me up and down and he said well, I've never seen you over at the kingdom hall. I said oh, I don't go to the kingdom hall. I go to the Baptist Church. He said you do? I said y ...

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