Seeing Jesus in All the Scriptures

Charles Spurgeon asserted, “I take my text and make a beeline to the cross.”

“And beginning at Moses and all the prophets, he [Jesus] expounded unto them in all the scriptures the things concerning himself.” –Luke 24:27

In Genesis, Jesus is the Creator of the World.

In Exodus, He is the divine Deliverer.

In Leviticus, He is the Sacrifice for sin.

In Numbers, He is the Sustainer of His people.

In Deuteronomy, He is the Great Lawgiver.

In Joshua, He is the Soldier of Victory.

In Judges, He is the Righteous One.

In Ruth, He is the Romance of Redemption.

In Samuel, He is the Great Prophet

In Kings, He is the Righteous Ruler.

In Chronicles, He is the Shekinah Glory of the Holy Temple.

In Ezra, He is the One Who Revives His People.

In Nehemiah, He is the Great Builder.

In Esther, He is the Faithful one who protects His own.

In Job, He is the God who can be Trusted thou He might slay.

In Psalms, He is the object of worship and praise.

In Proverbs, He is the embodiment of Wisdom.

In Ecclesiastes, He is Hope in the midst of the vanities of life.

In the Song of Solomon, the reminder comes that Jesus is the Bridegroom on which the Church sets her heart.

In Isaiah, He is the Promised Son to be given.

In Jeremiah, He is the Promise of a New Covenant.

In Lamentations, He is the Man of Sorrows.

In Ezekiel, He Comfort to the Captives.

In Daniel, He is Messiah the Prince that should come.

In Hosea, He is the Faithful Lover.

In Joel, Jesus Christ is the One that Shall Exact Justice in the Day of the Lord.

In Amos, He renders Judgment upon Israel.

In Obadiah, He is the Prophet of Doom.

In Jonah He is Salvation for the Gentiles.

In Micah, He renders Justice.

In Nahum, He Destroys Nineveh.

In Habakkuk, He teaches that the just shall live by faith.

In Zephaniah, He the One who renders Blessings in the Day of the Lord.

In Haggai, He is the Healer of hurting hearts.

In Zechariah, He is Great Exhorter to spiritual service.

In Malachi, He is the One who pleads with souls to repent.

 

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