Christ’s name is victory!

Why worship him?

  1. He only “borrowed” a grave for 3 partial days while he visited hell to claim his victory over death. He did not stay in the grave but was resurrected by God. He sits at the right hand of Father God today and is present on earth every day — all the time still.
  2. He is not a fallible man, but the sinless son of God. Other world religions want you to follow the teachings of a mere human.  Mormonism’s Joseph Smith, Buddhism’s Buddha, Islam’s Mohammed, Scientology’s L. Ron Hubbard have never been proven to be more than revered humans. They are buried and gone, never to return to earth. They do not walk amongst us today. In the end, they were not victorious over the grave.
  3. Jesus values each and every one of us equally and sees value in us individually. We aren’t a huge crowd or ethnicity to him. Today’s elite have a nickname for those that aren’t them: Worthless Eaters. That is because the individual is not revered as specially created by God with intrinsic worth as the creation of His hand. Biometrics just adds more reason to believe that we are all special individuals; we all have distinguishable fingerprints and retina prints. We are not lost in the crowd to Jesus. He longs that each of us would turn from our arrogant unbelief and accept his free offer of salvation while it is still available.
  4. He freely gives us Holy Spirit as our guide to holiness and comforter. He helps us pray when we are so troubled or unsure of what to even pray. Accepting Jesus has changed countless lives from evil or addictive behavior…causing astonishing change in direction. People who follow Jesus are able to walk away from their broken chains that Satan coiled around them…supernatural power from God becomes available as sons and daughters of God. Suddenly, Holy Spirit’s “fruits” of love, peace, joy, faithfulness, patience and long-suffering towards others begin to manifest.
  5. His love is devoted and enduring. He offers mercy and faithfulness. He pledges himself to us. He takes away guilt and shame and replaces them with salvation. He offers an unbreakable covenant with the people of earth.
  6. HE’S COMING BACK FOR A PEOPLE CONSECRATED TO HIM…THAT WAIT AND WATCH FOR THEIR MESSIAH’S RETURN. Read and understand this truth from the last book and chapter of the Bible, Revelation 22: 12-17 “Then I (Christ’s apostle John) was told: I am coming soon! And when I come, I will reward everyone for what they have done. I am Alpha and Omega, the first and the last, the beginning and the end. God will bless all who have washed their robes (accepted salvation through Jesus’ atonement on the cross). They will each have the right to eat fruit from the tree that gives life, and they can enter the gates of the city. But outside the city will be dogs, witches, immoral people, murderers, idol worshipers, and everyone who loves to tell lies and do wrong.” I am Jesus! And I am the one who sent my angel to tell all of you these thiings for the churches. I am David’s Great Descendant, and I am also the bright morning star. The Spirit and the bride say, “Come!” Everyone who hears this should say, “Come!” If you are thirsty (for God’s righteousness), Come! If you want life-giving water, come and take it. It’s free!
  7. Jesus is part of the great I AM. Present with God from before the foundation of the earth. In Genesis, at creation, the word “We” is used instead of the singular “I.” Throughout the Old and New Testament, God refers to himself as “I AM.” This follows all the way through Jesus’ earthly life where he left heaven and dwelt among us to offer a personal, one-on-one salvation, so that the term “I AM” is also used to describe him through the last book and chapter of God’s Holy Bible — his living word left for us to follow.
  8. Listen to these anointed worship songs: “Resurrecting” by Elevation Worship on their Here as in Heaven album and “Ever Be” by Bethel Music on their We Will Never Be Shaken album  on how worthy is Jesus to be worshiped. Jesus, your name is VICTORY!
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