The enemies of Jesus did not believe that he had done miracles.
John 3:1-2; Acts 2:22; John 11:47
Nicodemus knew that Jesus was a man who had come from God because of the miracles that he did.
Jesus was a man approved of God by
Acts 1:1-3; 2:32; II Peter 1:15-18
No one actually saw Jesus after He was raised from the dead.
The apostles were eye-witnesses of His resurrection.
Psalm 16:8-11; Acts 13:26-38
God promised that His “Holy One” would not see corruption.
Jesus is the Holy One who was raised from the dead before his body began to
corrupt and decay.
Jesus came to save those who were lost.
Jesus came to improve man’s social status.
I Timothy 2:1-4
God wants all men to be saved.
God wants me to be saved.
John 6:63, 66-69
Jesus Christ is the one who has the “words of eternal life.”
These people also have the words of eternal life: Martin Luther, John Calvin,
John Wesley, Joseph Smith, John Smythe, or the Pope?
Hebrews 9:14; Revelation 1:5
Through the blood of Christ, I can have a clean
The blood of Jesus Christ is what will wash away my sins.
Romans 5:8-9; Matthew 26:28
I can be justified (made innocent) of my sins through the blood of Jesus Christ.
Jesus shed His blood for the remission (forgiveness) of sins.
(justified: to be made free of guilt; innocent)
(remission: a dismissal; to send away)
Acts 10:34-43; II Corinthians 15:1-11
God choose some to be eye-witnesses of the resurrection of Jesus.
Other people besides the apostles see Jesus after he was raised from the dead.
(quick: the living)
Jesus came as the “Lamb of God” to take away the sin of the world.
John the Baptist testified that Jesus is the Son of God.
2 Samuel 7:12-14; Acts 2:29-33; Hebrews 1:1-5
Who did God promise would be set up after David had died?
God promise to give this person a throne and a kingdom.
What relationship would this man have with God?
Jesus is the “seed of David” and the “Son of God” referred to in these prophecies.
God has not fulfilled His promise regarding Jesus sitting upon the throne of David.
(sepulcher: a place for burial; a tomb)
(hell: hades, the region of departed spirits)
Deuteronomy 18:15-19; Acts 3:13-26
God said He would raise up a prophet like unto whom?
Jesus is the prophet that God promised to raise up.
Every person must hear all things that Jesus says.
Who is the "seed of Abraham" referred to in God's promise?
Genesis 12:1-3; 22:15-18; Galatians 3:7-8, 14-16
According to Genesis 12:1-3 and 22:15-18, what three promises did God make to Abraham?
Genesis 3:15; Galatians 4:4-5 (see also Isaiah 7:14; Matthew 1:18-25)
God promised that the “seed of woman” would crush the head of the serpent (Satan).
Jesus Christ, who was “made of a woman,” is the seed of woman referred to in Genesis 3:15. (enmity: hostility; hatred) (seed: something that is sown or planted; offspring)
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Lesson 2 JESUS THE LAMB OF GOD
The account of the resurrection is not a fable or myth, but is based upon the testimony of (passion: to suffer)
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