Whose Son Is He?

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Ultimately, in one way or another, or at one time or another, we shall be faced with this question: What think ye of Christ? Whose Son is He? If Jesus Christ is not who He claimed to be, He is a deceiver, or an egomaniac. We must answer this question with both belief and action. We must not only believe something about Jesus, but we must do something about Him. We must accept Him, or reject Him.

Jesus made clear who He was, and why He came into the world. He asked His disciples, “Whom do men say that I, the Son of man, am?” They told Him of a variety of designations on the human level. Then Jesus turned to them and asked, “But whom say ye that I am?” Whereupon Peter replied with his historic affirmation, “Thou art the Christ, the Son of the living God” (Matthew 16:13-16).

This is the apex of faith. This is the pinnacle of belief. This is where the faith of each must rest if he hopes for salvation. Christ is inescapable! You, too, must decide, “What shall I do with Christ?”

Prayer for the day

You are the Christ, Lord Jesus, Son of the living God! In adoration I worship You—my Redeemer.

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56 Comments

  1. john albrecht says:

    HE IS MY SAVIOR

  2. Max says:

    It is much better to come to the realization that Jesus is the son of God and to serve him faithfully young in life than to do it later in years and have regrets when you look back and see things you could have done to give you peace then.

  3. Margaret Simpson says:

    Please pray for my brother Windsor Simpson who is suffering from lung cancer. He has been in an IC ward since Nov.17 critical condition, without any conscious. Jesus is our only hope. I sincerely believe Pastor Billy Graham’s prayer will be answered.