Jesus Christ is the eternal Son of God, God incarnate, the promised Messiah. He fulfilled all of the biblical prophecies of the Old Testament that anticipated His arrival, including:
- His heritage (Isaiah 9:6–7, Psalm 2:7)
- His conception and birth (Isaiah 7:14)
- His arrival (Micah 5:2)
- His purpose (Jeremiah 33:14–15)
While on earth, Jesus perfectly revealed and did the will of God; He was human, yet without sin. In His substitution death on the cross and subsequent resurrection, He made provision for the redemption of men from sin, and promises to return at a day and hour only known by God.
In the meantime, Jesus desires a personal relationship with each one of us. Through His redemption, we have the opportunity to live eternally with Him, in a place He is currently preparing for us; a place without illness, sorrow, pain, and death.
This relationship—and the journey to this place—begins by accepting that Jesus, as Lord and Savior, has the power to accomplish this. And that by accepting Jesus as our Lord and Savior, we dedicate our lives to living and learning to be more like Him.
It’s human nature to have questions and even doubts; having lived in human form, Jesus understands this. If you have questions about Jesus, or even some doubts, we welcome the opportunity to discuss them with you.