Jesus is the Mighty One

Last Night in our Bible Study at the church I pastor we were looking at Matt 12:15-21, where Matthew said that Jesus withdrew to a lonely place to refuel and revive.  Matthew took the time to introduce Isaiah’s concept of who Jesus is.  We learn that Jesus was the beloved and chosen of God.  Isaiah saw some 700 years before Jesus was born who He was and what He was about.  Jesus when He was faced by His accusers was humble, wise and honest.  Jesus is the personification of what a person of God should look like.  This passage also revealed that Jesus would bring justice to the nations.  It also states here that He is the hope of the nations.  The message of Jesus Christ is universal.  There is no tribe, nation, tongue or people’s group that the message of Jesus cannot be applied too.  Jesus came for the whosoever will.  This last weekend I had the privilege to go to an event here in the city of Edmonton called Missions Fest.  I met people from all over the globe and others who were going all over the globe.  Each one had been impacted by the message of Jesus Christ.  Jesus is the universal Savior.  Isaiah also reveals that Jesus is the Mighty One.  There has never been and there will never be anyone like Jesus.  I love the fact that I know personally the individual who was 100% God and 100% man.  When He was walking on this earth, He was God with a face and the Lord incarnate.  The wonderful thing as I close today is that you can know Him and love Him as I do.  All you have to do is open your heart and life to Him.