Christology Audio SeriesWho is Jesus ChristThe word “Christology” comes from two Greek words meaning “Christ / Messiah” and “word” – which combine to mean “the study of Christ.” Christology is the study of the Person and work of Jesus Christ. There are numerous important questions that Christology answers: One of the subjects is the Angel of the LORD. The Hebrew term is Malach Yahweh. Now malach can also be translated messenger.  An excellent study in the doctrine of our Saviour Jesus Christ.  This should be one of the very first studies for the serious Christian.  God said His name was Yahweh or the Tetragrammaton (four letters that express who God is)

Christology Session 03

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We have now come to His presence in Old Testament times. We talked a lot about the importance of the word “name.” His name is above every name. We mentioned that even though you will see in books, the names of God (like Jehovah Rapha or El Shaddai), these are not really names like we use that word in English. They are not really titles. They speak of the character and attributes and activity of God. God said His name was Yahweh or the Tetragrammaton (four letters that express who God is). There are many qualities and attributes of Him. The word name is used 800 times in the Old Testament, and 200 in the New. It never occurs in the plural, but is always in the singular.

We are going to talk about the fact that Yeshua ben Josef (Jesus son of Joseph), who came into this world as a baby in Bethlehem, had always existed. He did not begin His existence when He became a baby in Bethlehem, or when He was conceived in the womb of Mary. He is the eternal Son of God and we are going to look into that wonderful teaching in the Tenach (the Old Testament) today. I hope it will be a blessing to you.

Take your Bibles and turn to Psalm 34. In dealing with the presence of the Messiah in the Old Testament, we are going to deal with four things. There is evidence that God is more than one (he exists as Father, Son and Spirit). We are going to look at, first of all, a wonderful subject, the Angel of the Lord. The Hebrew term is Malach Yahweh. Now malach can also be translated messenger.

Scripture References

Hbr 1:3; Col 1:17; Psa 34:7;Psa 35:5-6; Zec 12:8-9;Gen 22:11; Hbr 11:17-19;Gen 22:11-16;

Hbr 6:13-20;Mal 3:6; Exd 3:1; Act 7:22;Exd 3:2; Exd 3:4-6;Exd 14:19; Exd 40:34-38;Exd 14:19;

Exd 40:38;Num 22:22-35; Num 23:5;Jdg 2:4; Jdg 6:11-12, 14;Jdg 6:20-24; Jdg 13:3, 6, 9,15-18;

Isa 9:6; Jdg 13:22;Gen 16:10, 13; Mal 3:1;Mal 4:5; Rev 11:3; Zec 4:14;Mat 17:3; Act 1:9-11;

Isa 40:3; Psa 130:3; Isa 44:6;Psa 110:1; Isa 6:1, 5;1Sa 17:45; Jos 5:13;Gen 1:26; Isa 6:8;

Gen 1:26;Deu 6:4; Gen 2:24;Jhn 6:51; Jhn 6:62;Jhn 8:58; Jhn 17:5, 24;Phl 2:5-7;

Col 1:17;Eph 1:20-23; Col 1:18-19;Col 2:9-10

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