(part 2 of 2)

THE TWELVE APOSTLES DID NOT APPOINT ‘Apostles’ but shepherds, overseers (bishops) and elders, these terms are interchangeable and refer to the same position, that of a pastor. See: Acts20:17; 1Tim3:1-7,5:17;Tit1:5,7;1Pet5:1;Jam5:14.

-Rom16:7 ”Salute Andronicus and Junia, my kinsmen, and my fellow prisoners, who are of note AMONG (”en” in Greek) the apostles, who also were in Christ before me” – this verse does not place Andronicus and Junia ”among” the Apostles but just says they were respected or noted among or ”by” the Apostles, as word ”en” can be translated also ”by” or ”among”;
-in Acts 12:1 the Apostle JAMES IS KILLED with the sword in 44A.D., we don’t see a replacement Apostle to be chosen as then the church was born and established already (church was born at Pentecost around 33A.D.); 11 of the Apostles died violent martyrs’ deaths, only John died of old age (94 years old) but was boiled in oil 3 times and escaped by miracle and was banished on Patmos island for a season Rev.1:9; NO REPLACEMENTS established after the deaths of all the Apostles either; (by the way, many of today’s ”apostles” only desire the glory and authority of the Apostles, not their lifetime sufferings, nor their slave-type ministry of service and their violent deaths).

-The disciples of the Apostles were not called ”Apostles” and did not mention that the 12 Apostles appointed ”Apostles” but pastors, elders, overseers; here are some examples:
–Ignatius (year 35–115) said that the Apostles laid the foundation of the church (past tense)
–Irenaeus (130–202) called the 12 Apostles: ”the 12 pillars of the foundation of the church” –Tertullian (155–230), in The Five Books Against Marcion (chapter 21) wrote: ”after the time of the Apostles…no other teaching can be received as Apostolic…”; read also Lactantius (240–320) , Clement (late first century) in his ”First Epistle to the Corinthians” ;
–Ignatius purposely avoided equating himself with the apostles: “I do not issue commands on these points AS IF I WERE AN APOSTLE; but, as your fellow-servant, I put you in mind of them” (The Epistle of Ignatius to the Antiochians, 11)
-According to their own self-testimony, the Christian leaders who followed the apostles were not apostles themselves, but were the “disciples of the apostles” (The Epistle of Mathetes to Diognetus, 11; Fragments of Papias, 5; cf. The Epistle of Polycarp to the Philippians, 6; Ignatius, Against Heresies, 1.10), the elders and deacons of the churches. Read also Chrisostom, born 347A.D., in his book ”Homiletics on Hebrews”.

Some contend that Paul was an apostle to the gentiles while the 11+Mathias were apostles to the Jews, using Mat10:5, Acts13:36, Gal2:9 so that Jesus would have in fact 13 apostles; however, going ”first to the Jew” from Mat10:5 was just a temporal priority to honor the seed of Abraham but as most of the Jews rejected the Gospel, the Apostles eventually turned to the nations, as in Mat28:18-20 after His resurrection Jesus sent the same disciples and apostles this time ”INTO ALL THE WORLD”: Matthew died as a martyr in Ethiopia, Philip dies in Phrygia, Thomas in India, Jude Thaddeus in Iran, Andrew in Greece, Peter in Rome. And Rev21:14 says 12 Apostles, not 13.

Do we still have Apostles (capital ‘A’) today? Yes!! The same 12 Apostles of Jesus exist today and speak to us through the example of their lives recorded in the Gospels and Acts and through their New Testament writings, the same way that Jesus said that Moses still speaks through his writings, see Luke16:29, John5:46, Acts15:21. Read again Rev21:14, which says Jesus only has and will ever have 12 Apostles.

Should one call himself today an ”Apostle” (capital ‘A’) of Jesus? God forbid. Nobody can claim equality with the 12 Apostles and can’t give new teachings to be added to the New Testament, read again Rev22:18.

Should one call himself today officially an ”apostle” (small ‘a’) of a certain church? You can, but you risk to create confusion in the hearts of weaker brethren; for about 1800 years almost nobody called himself an ”apostle” of a church; for the sake of love, you better avoid such, read Rom14:13.
And why would you call yourself an ‘Apostle’ or ‘apostle’? Out of pride, to be above pastors? Or maybe because there are no qualifications for Apostles in the Bible so you think that anyone can apply for such position and live anyway they want, shouting to opponents: ”don’t you know I am an apostle?’ We know there are qualifications for pastors in the Bible but there are no qualifications for new Apostles because we are not supposed to appoint new Apostles after the 12 Apostles; but there are qualifications for appointing pastors: Tit1:5-16, 1Tim3:1-7.
One of our friends, a pastor in Burkina Faso, told us of someone who called himself a ”trishop”, to be above some of his friends, that were just ”bishops”… ”Pride comes before the fall” Prov16:18.

‘REVEREND’ is only used once in the bible and is not a reference to a man, but to God. “He sent redemption unto his people: he hath commanded his covenant forever: holy and reverend is his name.” Ps111:9. The Hebrew word for ‘reverend’ is “yare’ and it means: to fear, to revere; to be frighten, be afraid.

By Pastor Daniel Timofte



The word ”apostolos” in Greek means ”one who is sent with authority”.

The word ”APOSTLE” (singular) appears 19 times in the New Testament: Rom1:1;11:13;1Cor1:1;9:1,2;1Cor15:9; 2Cor1:1;12:12 ;Gal1:1; Eph1:1; Col1:1; 1Tim1:1; 2:7; 2Tim1:1;1:11;Tit1:1;Heb3:1;1Pe1:1;2Pe1:1

The word ”APOSTLES” (plural) appears 59 times: Mat10:2; Mar6:30; Luk6:13;9:10;11:49;17:5; 22:14;24:10; Act1:2,26;2:37,42,43;4:33,35,36,37;5:2,12,18,29,34,40; 6:6;8:1,14,18;9:27;11:1 ;14:4,14; 15:2,4,6,22,23,33, Act16:4;Rom16:7;1Cor4:9;9:5;12:28;12:29;15:7,9;2Cor11:5,13;12:11; Gal1:1,17,19; Eph2:20;3:5;4:11;1Th2:6;2Pet.3:2;Jud1:17;Rev2:2;18:20;21:14.

The word ”APOSTLESHIP” appears 4 times: Act1:25; Rom1:5;1Cor9:2;Gal2:8

The word ”SHEPHERD” (”POIMEN” in Greek) appears 18 times in the New Testament and 4 times in plural form (in the Gospels).

The word ”ELDER” (”PRESBUTEROS” in Greek) appears 9 times in singular form and 60 times in plural form in the New Testament.

The word ”BISHOP” (”EPISKOPOS” in Greek, it means over-seer) appears 6 times in singular form and 1 time in plural form in the New Testament.

In Mark3:16-19 Jesus has appointed the 12 apostles as special representatives, in a different way from the 70 disciples He had sent to evangelize Lk10.
Eph2:20 says the apostles and the prophets (through their teaching) are the foundation on which the believers are built together, Jesus being the cornerstone; Rev21:14 mentions the names of the 12 apostles (only 12 !) on the foundation of the future New Jerusalem.

The Bible uses the word ‘apostle’ with THREE DIFFERENT MEANINGS:
1. ones SENT BY JESUS with His authority; these are the 12 Apostles (let’s say capital ‘A’ but the Greek does not have capital letters) Mk3:14, Mat10:2; no available positions in this list of 12 today, see Rev21:14
2. ones SENT BY THE CHURCH – as Acts14:4,14 calls Paul and Barnabas ”apostles” (we will write here with small ‘a’) even though Barnabas is not part of the 12 Apostles; churches often call their pastors ‘apostles’, but many people are confused and see them equal with the 12 Apostles and also superior to pastors;
3. Jesus is called ”Apostle” being SENT BY THE FATHER to save us by dying on the cross Heb3:1; none other than Jesus can claim such a title and mission.

CONDITIONS to be an Apostle (capital ‘A’):
1. for one to be an Apostle, he had to be APPOINTED BY JESUS HIMSELF; in Mark 3 Jesus chose the 12 Apostles, of which Judas fell and Paul was elected by Jesus to replace him, see 1Cor1:1;9:1; 2Cor.1:1;Gal1:1.

In Acts1:21-26 the 11 apostles drew lots to elect a replacement Apostle for Judas who had killed himself; however, they gave God 2 options: Joseph and Mathias, but they should have offered God a third option: ”or none of the above”, as Jesus had Paul in plan as Apostle replacement for Judas; Mathias could be referred as an ”apostle” of the church, small ‘a’, one sent by the church;

2. for one to be an Apostle of Jesus, he must have been an EYE WITNESS of Jesus while He was on the earth, see Acts1:21-22, also 1Cor9:1;15:7-8. Paul must have seen Jesus before his crucifixion as he was an important pharisee but he did not believe in Him, then he saw Jesus after His resurrection Acts 9:3, 22:14,18

3. For one to be an Apostle, he had to have MIRACLES AND SIGNS: 2Cor12:12; the gift of healing certified Paul as a true apostle in the beginning of his ministry: Acts 19:12 HANDKERCHIEFS and APRONS of Paul were sent with disciples in near-by areas where sick people were healed and demons cast out with a simple touch of these articles; (however later in life Paul did not have this ‘aprons-gift of healing’ anymore: he had to ask Timothy to drink a bit of grape juice for his stomach problems 1Tim5:23; he had to leave Trophimus sick in Miletus 2Tim4:20; one of Paul’s greatest disciples Epaphroditus was sick for an extended period of time Phil2:25-30; Paul asked Jesus trice to remove his thorn in the flesh, a demon causing him pain, instead of using the apron…Jesus explains why Paul’s apron healing had cease: ”My grace is sufficient to you and my power is made perfect in your weakness” 2Cor12:7-10; in John6:15,26 the crowds were following Jesus because the miracles with the bread and fish, not of faith; God would still make miracles when He desired but not automatically through the apron-type of ministry as in the beginning).

4. Another condition, or rather a proof that one is an Apostle of Jesus, is to be CONFIRMED BY THE OTHER APOSTLES: following a vision from God, Paul went to present his message to the 11 Apostles and they have agreed that Paul’s message is authentic and sourced indeed in Jesus, see Gal1:15-24 and 2:2-10; see also 2Pet3:16.

–In John14:26 Jesus said to the Apostles that the Holy Spirit will bring to the Apostles’ remembrance the things He had taught them;
–1Thes2:13 – Paul states his words and Gospel were from God, not from men; nobody can claim that today, as today we have received our Gospel via 2Tim2:2 as written to Timothy, ”things you have learned from me, teach others, who will be able to teach others”, also 2Tim1:13; Mat28:18-20 ”go and make disciples and teach them to observe what I have commanded you”
–Acts1:2 The Apostles have received teachings FROM JESUS HIMSELF;
–Acts2:42 – the first Christians continued in the teaching of the Apostles;
–2Pet3:1-2 presents the teaching of the Apostles as a COMPLETED FINISHED ACTION, not as a continual action, which means Peter did not consider that the gift of an Apostle would continue through the centuries, but in verse 1 he desires that the already established teaching of the Apostles would continue to spread and to be followed. The same in Jude 1:17.
–The Apostles’ teaching is the FOUNDATION OF THE CHURCH (Eph2:20;3:5-6, 2Pet1:20-21, 1Thes2:13, Gal1:9, 2Pet3:16), their teaching being recorded as the New Testament (Luke wrote his Gospel under the supervision of Paul and Mark wrote under the supervision of Peter; however in the Gospels and in Acts we have historical presentation of events, while in the epistles there is the main doctrinal teaching of the Apostles). The New Testament is completed and nobody can add anything to it today; no ”apostle” can speak new teachings that are equal with the words of the New Testament or give new revelations, otherwise he falls under the condemnation announced in Rev22:18, Deut4:2 and Prov30:6.

Jesus praised the church of Ephesus for discerning FALSE ”Apostles” in Rev2:2; Paul is warning also of such false ”Apostles” in 2Cor11:13; read also 2Pet2:1-3; we discern false ”Apostles” by comparing their words with the written words of the 12 Apostles in the New Testament; it is important to learn to say, as Jesus did, ”it is written”: Mat4:4 and Luke4:4. It is what the Berean believers did, see Acts17:11; we also know that Rev21:14 only recognizes 12 Apostles.

…see part 2

Pastor Daniel



The Bible reflects God’s knowledge of the universe rather than man’s; therefore, in the Scriptures, the angels, concerning whom man of himself could know nothing, are introduced with perfect freedom, being mentioned about one hundred and eight times in the Old Testament and one hundred and sixty-five times in the New Testament.
The word angel means messenger, and in its Biblical use is sometimes employed of God, when as the Angel of IHVH (Jehovah or Yahweh), He Himself serves as a messenger to men (Gen. 16:1-13; 21:17-19; 22:11-16); it is used of men (Luke7:24; Jas. 2:25; Rev1:20; 2:1,8,12,18;3:1,7,14); and of departed spirits of men (Matt18:10; Acts12:15). Of the latter use of the word it should be noted that, though the departed spirits of men may be called angels, the angels are not departed spirits of men, nor do men at death become angels.

The angels are a distinct order of creation and have been given a heavenly position, or sphere, above the sphere of man (Ps8:5; Heb2:7; Rev5:11; 7:11). Three heavens are mentioned in the New Testament (first heaven is where birds fly, or ”sky” Gen1:20, second heavens is the universe with its stars Ps19:1, and the third heaven is the habitation of God, beyond the material universe 2Cor12:2), and in the Old Testament the word heaven is plural. When entering the human sphere, Christ was thereby, for a little time made lower than the angels (Heb2:9); when returning to Heaven, Christ again passed through the angelic sphere (Heb4:14; 9:24) and was seated far above principalities and powers (Eph1:20, 21).
Since we know that there are many forms of created beings of a lower sphere than man, it is reasonable to believe that, though invisible, there are beings of a higher order than man. Like all beings, other than the Godhead, the angels are created. In Colossians 1:16 mention is made of their creation, and in Ez28:13,15, the creation of Satan — one of the angelic order — is mentioned in particular.
The angels are always referred to in the masculine gender, and as to their number we read of “an innumerable company” (Heb12:22, which word should be translated “myriads.” Note Matt26:53; Dan7:10; Rev5:11). It is also implied that there is no increase of their number by generation (Matt22:30) and we know of no cessation of their existence by death.
If the angels have bodies, their bodies are of a spiritual order (1Cor15:44). When seen of men they have, for the time being, a material appearance (Matt28:3;Rev15:6;18:1). On the other hand, those of the angelic company known as demons are seen to be seeking entrance into the bodies of the creatures of earth (Luke11:24-26).
Two classes of angelic beings are to be distinguished:

1. Their nature. The unfallen angels are the “ministering spirits” (Heb1:14) who kept their first estate and are therefore designated as the “holy angels” (Matt25:31). In the Scriptures, these are in view in almost every reference to the angels. Of the holy angels, several are mentioned in particular as well as certain classes:
(1) Michael the Archangel, whose name means “who is like unto God” (Dan10:21; 12:1; Jude1:9; Rev12:7-10).
(2) Gabriel, whose name means “the mighty one,” and to whom has been entrusted various heavenly messages (Dan8:16; 9:21; Luke1:19, 26-38).
(3) The Elect Angels (1Tim5:21).
(4) Principalities and Powers, which term is sometimes used of all angels, and sometimes of only the fallen angels (Rom8:38; Eph1:21; 3:10; Col1:16; 2:10, 15; 1Pet3:22; Luke21:26).
(5) Cherubim, or living creatures, who defend God’s holiness from the pollution of sinful beings (Gen3:24; Ex25:17-20; Ez1:1-18. Note also the original purpose for which Satan was created, Ez28:14).
(6) Seraphim (Is6:2-7).
(7) The Angel of Jehovah, which title belongs only to God and is used in connection with the divine manifestations in the earth and therefore is in no way to be included in the angelic hosts (Gen.18:1 to 19:29; 22:11,12;31:11-13;48:15,16;32:24-32; Josh5:13-15; Judg13:19-22; 2Kings19:35; 1Chron21:12-30;Ps34:7). The strongest contrasts between Christ, who is the Angel of Jehovah, and the angelic beings is presented in Hebrews 1:4-14.
2. Their ministry. Of the ministry of the unfallen angels revelation declares:
(1) They were present at creation (Job38:7), at the giving of the law (Gal3:19; Acts7:53; Heb2:2; Rev22:16), at the birth of Christ (Luke2:13), at the temptation (Matt4:11), in the garden (Luke22:43), at the resurrection (Matt28:2), at the ascension (Acts1:10), and they will yet appear at the second coming of Christ (Matt24:31; 25:31; 2Thess1:7).
(2) The angels are ministering spirits sent forth to minister to those who shall be heirs of salvation (Heb1:14; Ps34:7;91:11). Though we have been given no communication or fellowship with the angels, yet we should recognize the fact of their ministry which is constant and effective.
Man is forbidden to pray to the angels or to worship them Rev19:10, 22:8. Angels cannot be mediators between God and man, but Jesus who is God and man at the same time, Jesus is the only mediator 1Tim2:5. Angels are only as soldiers sent by their commander to do missions: you don’t approach a soldier with a request but their commander, which is Jesus, Lord of Hosts Rev19:11-20.
(3) The angels are spectators and witnesses of the things of earth (Ps103:20; Luke12:8, 9; 15:10; 1Cor11:10; 1Tim3:16; 1 Pet1:12; Rev14:10).
(4) Lazarus was carried by the angels to Abraham’s bosom (Luke16:22).

The fallen angels have been divided into two classes: (1) those that are free and (2) those that are bound. Of the fallen angels, Satan alone is given particular mention in the Scriptures.
When Satan fell (John 8:44) he drew after him a multitude of lesser beings Rev12:4. Of these, some are reserved in chains unto judgment (2Pet 2:4; Jude1:6; 1Cor6:3); the remainder are free and are the demons, or devils, to whom reference is constantly made throughout the New Testament (Mark5:9, 15; Luke8:30; 1Tim4:1). They are Satan’s aids in all his undertakings and share his doom (Matt25:41; Rev20:10).

365 PROPHECIES part2

*365 Messianic Prophecies*
part 2
185.Is11:10 The Gentiles seek Him Jn12:18,21
186.Is12:2 Called Jesus,Yeshua (salvation) Matt1:21
187.Is16:4,5 Reigning in mercy Lk1:31,33
188.Is22:21,25 Holds the key Rev3:7
189.Is25:8 The Resurrection predicted 1Cor.15:54
190.Is26:19 His power of Resurrection predicted Jn11:43,44
191.Is28:16 The Messiah is the precious corner stone Acts4:11,12
192.Is29:13 He indicated hypocritical obedience to His Word Matt15:7,9
193.Is29:14 The wise are confounded by the Word 1Cor1:18,31
194.Is32:2 A Refuge,A man shall be a hiding place Matt23:37
195.Is33:22 Son of the Highest Lk1:32;1Tim1:17,6:15
196.Is35:4 He will come and save you Matt1:21
197.Is35:5 To have a ministry of miracles Matt11:4,6
198.Is40:3,4 Preceded by forerunner Jn1:23
199.Is40:9 “Behold your God” Jn1:36;19:14
200.Is40:11 A shepherd,compassionate life,giver Jn10:10,18
201.Is42:1,4 The Servant,as a faithful,patient redeemer Matt12:18,21
202.Is42:2 Meek and lowly Matt11:28,30
203.Is42:3 He brings hope for the hopeless Jn4
204.Is42:4 The nations shall wait on His teachings Jn12:20,26
205.Is42:6 The Light (salvation) of the Gentiles Lk2:32
206.Is42:1,6 His is a Worldwide compassion Matt28:19,20
207.Is42:7 Blind eyes opened Jn9:25,38
208.Is42:13,25…Messiah’s actions at His second coming…Rev.
209.Is43:11 He is the only Savior Acts4:12
210.Is44:3 He will send the Spirit of God Jn16:7,13
211.Is45:23 He will be the Judge Jn5:22;Rom14:11
212.Is48:12 The First and the Last Jn1:30;Rev1:8,17
213.Is48:17 He came as a Teacher Jn3:2
214.Is49:1 Called from the womb,His humanity Matt1:18
215.Is49:5 A Servant from the womb Lk1:31;Phil2:7
216.Is49:6 He is Salvation for Israel Lk2:29,32
217.Is49:6 He is the Light of the Gentiles Acts13:47
218.Is49:6 He is Salvation unto the ends of the earth Acts15:7,18
219.Is49:7 He is despised of the Nation Jn8:48,49
220.Is50:3 Heaven is clothed in black at His humiliation Lk23:44,45
221.Is50:4 He is a learned counselor for the weary Matt11:28,29
222.Is50:5 The Servant bound willingly to obedience Matt26:39
223.Is50:6a “I gave my back to the smiters” Matt27:26
224.Is50:6b He was smitten on the cheeks Matt26:67
225.Is50:6c He was spat upon Matt27:30
226.Is52:4,5 Suffered vicariously Mark15:3,4,27,28; Lk23:1,25,32,34
227.Is52:7 To publish good tidings of peace Lk4:14,15
228.Is52:13 The Servant exalted Acts1:8,11; Eph1:19,22
229.Is52:13 Behold,My Servant Matt17:5; Phil2:5,8
230.Is52:14 The Servant shockingly abused Lk18:31,34; Matt26:67,68
231.Is52:15 Nations startled by message of the Servant Rom15:18,21
232.Is52:15 His blood shed to make atonement for all Rev1:5
233.Is53:1 His people would not believe Him Jn12:37,38
234.Is53:2a He would grow up in a poor family Lk2:7
235.Is53:2b Appearance of an ordinary man Phil2:7,8
236.Is53:3a Despised .Lk4:28,29
237.Is53:3b Rejected Matt27:21,23
238.Is53:3c Great sorrow and grief Lk19:41,42
239.Is53:3d Men hide from being associated with Him Mark14:50,52
240.Is53:4a He would have a healing ministry Lk6:17,19
241.Is53:4b He would bear the sins of the world 1Pet2:24
242.Is53:4c Thought to be cursed by God Matt27:41,43
243.Is53:5a Bears penalty for mankind’s transgressions Lk23:33
244.Is53:5b His sacrifice would provide peace between man and God Col1:20
245.Is53:5c His back would be whipped Matt27:26
246.Is53:6a He would be the sin,bearer for all mankind Gal1:4
247.Is53:6b God’s will that He bear sin for all mankind 1Jn4:10
248.Is53:7a Oppressed and afflicted Matt27:27,31
249.Is53:7b Silent before his accusers Matt27:12,14
250.Is53:7c Sacrificial lamb Jn1:29
251.Is53:8a Confined and persecuted Matt26:47;27:31
252.Is53:8b He would be judged Jn18:13,22
253.Is53:8c Killed Matt27:35
254.Is53:8d Dies for the sins of the world 1Jn.2:2
255.Is53:9a Buried in a rich man’s grave Matt27:57
256.Is53:9b Innocent and had done no violence Mark15:3
257.Is53:9c No deceit in his mouth Jn18:38
258.Is53:10a God’s will that He die for mankind Jn18:11
259.Is53:10b An offering for sin Matt20:28
260.Is53:10c Resurrected and live forever .Mark16:16
261.Is53:10d He would prosper Jn17:1,5
262.Is53:11a God fully satisfied with His suffering Jn12:27
263.Is53:11b God’s servant Rom5:18,19
264.Is53:11c He would justify man before God Rom5:8,9
265.Is53:11d The sin,bearer for all mankind Heb9:28
266.Is53:12a Exalted by God because of his sacrifice Matt28:18
267.Is53:12b He would give up his life to save mankind Lk23:46
268.Is53:12c Grouped with criminals Lk23:32
269.Is53:12d Sin,bearer for all mankind 2Cor5:21
270.Is53:12e Intercede to God in behalf of mankind Lk23:34
271.Is55:1 Every one come who is thirsty Jn7:37
272.Is55:3 Resurrected by God Acts13:34
273.Is55:4 A witness Jn18:37
274.Is55:5 Foreign nations come to God Acts3:13
275.Is59:15,16a He would come to provide salvation Jn.6:40
276.Is59:15,16b Intercessor between man and God Matt10:32
277.Is59:20 He would come to Zion as their Redeemer Lk2:38
278.Is60:1,3 Nations walk in the light Lk2:32
279.Is61:1,2a The Spirit of God upon him Matt3:16,17
280.Is61:1,2b The Messiah would preach the good news Lk4:17,21
281.Is61:1,2c Provide freedom from the bondage of sin and death Jn8:31,32
282.Is61:1,2 Proclaim a period of grace Jn5:24
283.Is62:1,2 Called by an new name Lk2:32,Rev3:12
284.Is62:11 Thy King Cometh,Entered Jerusalem on Colt Matt21:7
285.Is63:1,3 A vesture dipped in blood Rev19:13
286.Is63:8,9 Afflicted with the afflicted Matt25:34,40
287.Is65:9…The elect shall inherit Rom11 5,7,Heb7:14,Rev5:5
288.Is65:17,25 New heaven/New Earth 2Pet3:13,Rev21:1
289.Is66:18,19 All nations come to God New Testament
290.Jer23:5,6a Descendant of David Lk3:23,31
291.Jer23:5,6b The Messiah would be God Jn13:13
292.Jer23:5,6c The Messiah would be both God and Man 1Tim3:16
293.Jer30:9 Born a King Jn18:37,Rev1:5
294.Jer31:15 Massacre of infants Matt2:16,18
295.Jer31:22 Born of a virgin Matt1:18,20
296.Jer31:31The Messiah would be the new covenant Matt26:28
297.Jer33:14,15 Descendant of David Lk3:23,31
298.Ez17:22,24 Descendant of David Lk3:23,31
299.Ez21:26,27 The humble exalted Lk1:52
300.Ez34:23,24 Descendant of David Matt1:1
301.Dan2:34,35 Stone cut without hands Acts4:10,12
302.Dan2:44,45 His Kingdom Triumphant Lk1:33,1 Cor15:24,Rev11:15
303.Dan7:13,14a He would ascend into heaven Acts1:9,11
304.Dan7:13,14b Highly exalted Eph1:20,22
305.Dan7:13,14c His dominion would be everlasting Lk1:31,33
306.Daniel 7:27 Kingdom for the Saints Lk1:33,1 Cor15:24,Rev11:15
307.Dan9:24a To make an end to sins Gal1:3,5
308.Dan9:24b He would be holy Lk1:35
309.Dan9:25 Announced to his people 483 years,to the exact day,after the decree to rebuild the city of Jerusalem Jn12:12,13
310.Dan9:26a Killed Matt27:35
311.Dan9:26b Die for the sins of the world Heb2:9
312.Dan9:26c Killed before the destruction of the temple Matt27:50,51
313.Dan10:5,6 Messiah in a glorified state Rev1:13,16
314.Hos3:5 Israel restored Jn18:37,Rom11:25,27
315.Hos11:1 Num24:8 Flight to Egypt Matt2:14
316.Hos13:14 He would defeat death 1Cor15:55,57
317.Joel 2:28,32 Promise of the Spirit Acts 2:17,21,Rom10:13
318.Joel 2:32 Offer salvation to all mankind Rom10:12,13
319.Mic2:12,13 Israel Regathered Jn10:14,26
320.Mic4:1,8 The Kingdom established , place of Birth Bethlehem Lk1:33,Matt2:1,Lk 2:4,10,11
321.Mic5:2a Born in Bethlehem Matt2:1,2
322.Mic5:2b God’s servant Jn15:10
323.Mic5:2c from everlasting Jn8:58
324.Hag2:6,9 He would visit the second Temple Lk2:27,32
325.Hag2:23 Descendant of Zerubbabel Lk3:23,27
326.Joel2:28,32 Promise of the Spirit Acts2:17,21,Rom10:13
327.Amos8:9 The Sun Darkened Matt.24:29,Acts 2:20,Rev6:12
328.Amos9:11,12 Restoration of tabernacle Acts14:16,18
329.Hab2:14 Earth filled with knowledge of the glory of the Lord Rom11:26,Rev21:23,26
330.Zech2:10,13 The Lamb on the Throne Rev5:13,6:9,21:24
331.Zech3:8 God’s servant Jn17:4
332.Zech6:12,13 Priest and King Heb8:1
333.Zech9:9a Greeted with rejoicing in Jerusalem Matt21:8,10
334.Zech9:9b Beheld as King Jn12:12,13
335.Zech9:9c The Messiah would be just Jn5:30
336.Zech9:9d The Messiah would bring salvation Lk19:10
337.Zech9:9e The Messiah would be humble Matt11:29
338.Zech9:9f Presented to Jerusalem riding on a donkey Matt21:6,9
339.Zech10:4 The cornerstone Eph2:20
340.Zech11:4,6a At His coming,Israel to have unfit leaders Matt23:1,4
341.Zech11:4,6b Rejection causes God to remove His protection Lk19:41,44
342.Zech11:4,6c Rejected in favor of another king Jn19:13,15
343.Zech11:7 Ministry to “poor,” the believing remnant Matt9:35,36
344.Zech11:8a Unbelief forces Messiah to reject them Matt23:33
345.Zech11:8b Despised Matt27:20
346.Zech11:9 Stops ministering to those who rejected Him Matt13:10,11
347.Zech11:10,11a Rejection causes God to remove protection Lk19:41,44
348.Zech11:10,11b The Messiah would be God Jn14:7
349.Zech11:12,13a Betrayed for thirty pieces of silver Matt26:14,15
350.Zech11:12,13b Rejected Matt26:14,15
351.Zech11:12,13c Thirty pieces of silver thrown into the house of the Lord Matt27:3,5
352.Zech11:12,13d The Messiah would be God Jn12:45
353.Zech12:10a The Messiah’s body would be pierced Jn19:34,37
354.Zech12:10b The Messiah would be both God and man Jn10:30
355.Zech12:10c The Messiah would be rejected Jn1:11
356.Zech13:7a God’s will He die for mankind Jn18:11
357.Zech13:7b A violent death Matt27:35
358.Zech13:7c Both God and man Jn14:9
359.Zech13:7d Israel scattered as a result of rejecting Him Matt26:31,56
360.Mal3:1a Messenger to prepare the way for Messiah Matt11:10
361.Mal3:1b Sudden appearance at the temple Mark11:15,16
362.Mal3:1c Messenger of the new covenant Lk4:43
363.Mal3:3 Our Sins Are Purged Lk1:78,Jn1:9;12:46,2Pet1:19, Rev2:28;19:11,16;22:16
364.Mal4:5 Forerunner in the spirit of Elijah Matt3:1,2
365.Mal4:6 Forerunner would turn many to righteousness Lk1:16,17
  And for leap year, you can have Psalm 21 as a Messianic Hymn and David’s praise.

365 PROPHECIES part1

*365 Messianic Prophecies*

Old Testament prophecies that Jesus fulfilled:
1.Gen3:15 Seed of a woman (virgin birth) Lk1:35,Matt1:18,20
2.Gen3:15 He will bruise Satan’s head Heb2:14,1Jn3:8
3.Gen5:24 The bodily ascension to heaven illustrated.Mk6:19
4.Gen9:26,27 The God of Shem will be the Son of Shem Lk3:36
5.Gen12:3 As Abraham’s seed,will bless all nations Acts3:25,26
6.Gen12:7 The The Promise made made to Abraham’s Seed Gal3:16
7.Gen14:18 A priest after Melchizedek Heb6:20
8.Gen14:18 A King Heb7:2
9.Gen14:18 The Last Supper foreshadowed Matt26:26,29
10.Gen17:19 The Seed of Isaac Rom9:7
11.Gen21:12 Seed of Isaac Rom9:7,Heb11:18
12.Gen22:8 The promised Lamb of God Jn1:29
13.Gen22:18 As Isaac’s seed,will bless all nations Gal3:16
14.Gen26:2,5 The Seed of Isaac promised as the Redeemer Heb11:18
15.Gen49:10 The time of His coming Lk2:1,7; Gal4:4
16.Gen49:10 The Seed of Judah Lk3:33
17.Gen49:10 Called Shiloh or One Sent Jn17:3
18.Gen49:10 To come before Judah lost identity Jn11:47,52
19.Gen49:10 To Him shall the obedience of the people be Jn10:16
20.Ex3:13,14 The Great “I Am” Jn4:26
21.Ex12:5 A Lamb without blemish 1Pet1:19
22.Ex12:13 The blood of the Lamb saves from wrath Rom5:8
23.Ex12:21,27 Christ our Passover 1Cor.5;7
24.Ex12:46 Not a bone of the Lamb to be broken Jn19:31,36
25.Ex13:2 Blessing to first born son Lk2:23
26.Ex15:2 His exaltation predicted as Yeshua Acts7:55,56
27.Ex15:11 His Character,Holiness Lk1:35; Acts4:27
28.Ex17:6 The Spiritual Rock of Israel 1Cor10;4
29.Ex33:19 His Character,Merciful Lk1:72
30.Lev14:11 The leper cleansed,Sign to priesthood Lk5:12,14; Acts6:7
31.Lev16:15,17 Prefigures Christ’s once,for,all death Heb9:7,14
32.Lev16:27 Suffering outside the Camp Matt27:33; Heb13:11,12
33.Lev17:11 The Blood,the life of the flesh Matt26;28; Mk10:45
34.Lev17:11 It is the blood that makes atonement 1Jn3:14,18
35.Lev23:36,37 The Drink,offering: “If any man thirst.” Jn19:31,36
36.Num9:12 Not a bone of Him broken Jn19:31,36
37.Num21:9 The serpent on a pole,Christ lifted up Jn3:14,18
38.Num24:8 Flight to Egypt Matt2:14
39.Num24:17 Time: “I shall see him,but not now.” Gal4:4
40.Num24:17,19 A star out of Jacob Matt2:2,Lk1:33,78,Rev22:16
41.Deut18:15 “This is of a truth that prophet.” Jn6:14
42.Deut18:15,16 “Had ye believed Moses,ye would believe me” Jn5:45,47
43.Deut18:18 Sent by the Father to speak His word Jn8:28,29
44.Deut18:19 Whoever will not hear must bear his sin Jn12:15
45.Deut21:13,23 As a prophet Jn6:14;7:40,Acts3:22,23
46.Deut21:23 Cursed is he that hangs on a tree Gal3:10,13
47.Ruth4:4,9 Christ,our kinsman,has redeemed us Eph1:3,7
48.1Sam2:10 Shall be an anointed King to the Lord Matt.28:18; Jn12:15
49. 2Sam7:12 David’s Seed Matt1:1
50.2Sam7:14a The Son of God Lk1:32
51.2Sam7:16 David’s house established forever Lk3:31;Rev22:16
52.2Sam23:2,4 would be the “Rock” 1Cor10:4
53.2Sam23:2,4 would be as the “light of the morning” Rev22:16
54. 2Kings2:11 The bodily ascension to heaven illustrated Lk24:51
55.1Chron17:11 David’s Seed Matt1:1;9:27
56.1Chron17:12,13a To reign on David’s throne forever Lk1:32,33
57.1Chron17:13a “I will be His Father,He my Son” Heb1:5
58.Job19:23,27 The Resurrection predicted Jn5:24,29
59.Ps2:1,3 The enmity of kings foreordained Acts4:25,28
60.Ps2:2 To own the title,Anointed (Christ) Acts2:36
61.Ps2:6 His Character,Holiness Jn8:46; Rev3:7
62.Ps2:6 To own the title King Matt2:2
63.Ps2:7 Declared the Beloved Son Matt3:17
64.Ps2:7,8 The Crucifixion and Resurrection intimated Acts13:29,33
65.Ps2:12 Life comes through faith in Him Jn20:31
66.Ps8:2 The mouths of babes perfect His praise Matt21:16
67.Ps8:5,6 His humiliation and exaltation Lk24:50,53; 1Cor15:27
68.Ps16:10 Was not to see corruption Acts2:31
69.Ps16:9,11 Was to arise from the dead Jn20:9
70.Ps17;15 The resurrection predicted Lk24:6
71.Ps22:1 Forsaken because of sins of others 2Cor5:21
72.Ps22:1 Words spoken from Calvary ,”My God” Mark15:34
73.Ps22:2 Darkness upon Calvary Matt.27:45
74.Ps22:7 They shoot out the lip and shake the head Matt27:39
75.Ps22:8 “He trusted in God,let Him deliver Him” Matt27:43
76.Ps22:9 Born the Savior Lk2:7
77.Ps22:14 Died of a broken (ruptured) heart Jn19:34
78.Ps22:14,15 Suffered agony on Calvary Mark15:34,37
79.Ps22:15 He thirsted Jn19:28
80.Ps22:16 They pierced His hands and His feet Jn19:34,37;20:27
81.Ps22:17,18 Stripped Him before the stares of men Lk23:34,35
82.Ps22:18 They parted His garments Jn19:23,24
83.Ps22:20,21 He committed Himself to God Lk.23:46
84.Ps22:20,21 Satanic power bruising the Redeemer’s heel Heb2:14
85.Ps22:22 His Resurrection declared Jn20:17
86.Ps22:27 He shall be the governor of the nations Col1:16
87.Ps22:31 “It is finished” Jn19:30
88.Ps23:1 “I am the Good Shepherd” Jn10:11
89.Ps24:3 His exaltation predicted Acts1:11; Phil.2:9
90.Ps27:12 Accused by false witnesses Matt26:60,61,Mark14:57,58
91.Ps30:3 His resurrection predicted Acts2:32
92.Ps31:5 “Into thy hands I commit my spirit” Lk23:46
93.Ps31:11 His acquaintances fled from Him Mark14:50
94.Ps31:13 They took counsel to put Him to death Jn11:53
95.Ps31:14,15 “He trusted in God,let Him deliver him” Matt27:43
96.Ps34:20 Not a bone of Him broken Jn19:31,36
97.Ps35:11 False witnesses rose up against Him Matt26:59
98.Ps35:19 He was hated without a cause Jn15:25
99.Ps38:11 His friends stood afar off Lk23:49
100.Ps40:2,5 The joy of His resurrection predicted Jn20:20
101.Ps40:6,8 His delight,the will of the Father Jn4:34
102.Ps40:9 He was to preach the Righteousness in Israel Matt4:17
103.Ps40:14 Confronted by adversaries in the Garden Jn18/7
104.Ps41:9 Betrayed by a familiar friend Jn13:18
105.Ps45:2 Words of Grace come from His lips Lk4:22
106.Ps45:6 To own the title,God or Elohim Heb1:8
107.Ps45:7 A special anointing by the Holy Spirit Matt3:16; Heb1:9
108.Ps45:7,8 Called the Christ (Messiah or Anointed) Lk2:11
109.Ps49,15 His Resurrection Acts2:27;13:35,Mark16:6
110.Ps55:12,14 Betrayed by a friend,not an enemy Jn13:18
111.Ps55:15 Unrepentant death of the Betrayer Matt27:3,5; Acts1:16,19
112.Ps68:18 To give gifts to men Eph4:7,16
113.Ps68:18 Ascended into Heaven Lk24:51
114.Ps69:4 Hated without a cause Jn15:25
115.Ps69:8 A stranger to own brethren Lk8;20,21
116.Ps69:9 Zealous for the Lord’s House Jn2:17
117.Ps69:14,20 Messiah’s anguish of soul before crucifixion Matt26:36,45
118.Ps69:20 “My soul is exceeding sorrowful” Matt26:38
119.Ps69:21 Given vinegar in thirst Matt27:34
120.Ps69:26 The Savior given and smitten by God Jn17:4;18:11
121.Ps72:10,11 Great persons were to visit Him Matt2:1,11
122.Ps72:16 The corn of wheat to fall into the Ground Jn12:24
123.Ps72:17 His name,Yinon,will produce offspring Jn1:12,13
124.Ps72:17 All nations shall be blessed by Him Acts2:11,12,41
125.Ps78:1.2 He would teach in parables Matt13:34,35
126.Ps78:2b To speak the Wisdom of God with authority Matt7:29
127.Ps88:8 They stood afar off and watched Lk23:49
128.Ps89:26 Messiah will call God His Father Matt11:27
129.Ps89:27 Emmanuel to be higher than earthly kings Lk1:32,33
130.Ps89:35,37 David’s Seed,throne,kingdom endure forever Lk1:32,33
131.Ps89:36,37 His character,Faithfulness Rev1:5
132.Ps90:2 He is from everlasting Mic5:2;Jn1:1
133.Ps91:11,12 Identified as Messianic; used to tempt Christ Lk4;10,11
134.Ps97:9 His exaltation predicted Acts1:11;Eph1:20
135.Ps100:5 His character,Goodness Matt19:16,17
136.Ps102:1,11 The Suffering and Reproach of Calvary Jn21:16,30
137.Ps102:16 Son of Man comes in Glory Lk.21:24,Rev12:5,10
138.Ps102:25,27 Messiah is the Preexistent Son Heb1:10,12
139.Ps109:4 Prays for His enemies Lk23:34
140.Ps109:7,8 Another to succeed Judas Acts1:16,20
141.Ps109:25 Ridiculed Matt27:39
142.Ps110:1 Son of David Matt22:43
143.Ps110:1 To ascend to the right,hand of the Father Mark16:19
144.Ps110:1 David’s son called Lord Matt22:44,45
145.Ps110:4 A priest after Melchizedek’s order Heb6:20
146.Ps112:4 His character,Compassionate,Gracious Matt9;36
147.Ps118:17,18 Messiah’s Resurrection assured Lk24:5,7;1Cor15:20
148.Ps118:22,23 The rejected stone is Head of the corner Matt21:42,43
149.Ps118:26a The Blessed One presented to Israel Matt21:9
150.Ps118:26b To come while Temple standing Matt21;12,15
151.Ps132:11 The Seed of David Lk1:32
152.Ps138:1,6 The supremacy of David’s Seed amazes kings Matt2:2,6
153.Ps147:3,6 The earthly ministry of Christ described Lk4:18
154.Ps1:23 He will send the Spirit of God Jn16;7
155.Prov8:22,23 The Messiah would be from everlasting Jn17:5
156.Prov30:4 Declared to be the Son of God Jn3:13,Rom1:2,4,10:6,9,2 Pet1:17
157.S.Sol5:16 The altogether lovely One Jn1:17
158.Is2:2,4 Repentance for the nations Lk24:47
159.Is4:2 Messiah reigning
160.Is5:1,6 Son of God’s vineyard Mat21.33
161.Is6:1 When Is.saw His glory Jn12:40,41
162.Is6:9,10 Parables fall on deaf ears Matt13:13,15
163.Is6:9,12 Blinded to Christ and deaf to His words Acts28:23,29
164.Is7:14 To be born of a virgin Lk1:35
165.Is7:14 To be Emmanuel,God with us Matt1:18,23
166.Is8:8 Called Emmanuel Matt28:20
167.Is8:14 A stone of stumbling,a Rock of offense 1Pet2:8
168.Is9:1,2 His ministry to begin in Galilee Matt4:12,17
169.Is9:6 A child born,Humanity Lk1:31
170.Is9:6 A Son given,Deity Lk1:32;Jn1;14;1Tim3:16
171.Is9:6 Declared to be the Son of God with power Rom1:3,4
172.Is9:6 The Wonderful One Lk4:22
173.Is9:6 The Counselor Matt13:54
174.Is9:6 The Mighty God Matt11:20
175.Is9:6 Father of eternities Jn8:58
176.Is9:6 The Prince of Peace Jn16:33
177.Is9:7 To establish an everlasting kingdom Lk1:32,33
178.Is9:7 His Character,Just Jn5:30
179.Is9:7 No end to his Government,Throne,and Peace Lk1:32,33
180.Is11:1 Called a Nazarene,the Branch Matt2:23
181.Is11:1 A rod out of Jesse,Son of Jesse Lk3:23,32
182.Is11:2 The anointed One by the Spirit Matt3;16,17
183.Is11:2 His Character,Wisdom,Understanding Jn4:4,26
184.Is11:4 His Character,Truth Jn14:6
see part 2


*Here we go, 54 Promises, just the tip of the iceberg:*

1.  … for the Lord my God will be with me, wherever I go.   Joshua 1:9
2.    God will keep me in perfect peace if my mind is ‘stayed’ on Him.  Isaiah 26:3
3.   “Dan, I (the Lord) will never leave you or forsake you.”  Hebrews 13:5
4.   “Dan, I am with you, always, to the end of the age.”  Matthew 28:20
5.    The peace of God, which surpasses all comprehension, will guard my heart and mind in Christ Jesus.  Philippians 4:7
6.    He cares for me.  1 Peter 5:7
7.    I will do even greater things than Jesus did, because He went to the Father.  John 14:12
8.    If I remain in Him and His words remain in me, whatever I ask will be given to me.  John 15:7
9.    The Holy Spirit will guide me into all truth.  John 16:3
10.  The Holy Spirit will give me the right words when I need them.  Mark 13:11
11.  In this world I will have trouble.  John 16:33
12.  If I seek to live godly in Christ Jesus, I will be persecuted.  2 Timothy 3:12
13.  I am justified by Him, freely, by His grace.  Romans 3:24
14.  I have peace with God because I’ve been justified by faith in Jesus.  Romans 5:1
15.  I have access into this grace.  Romans 5:2
16.  There is no condemnation on me because I am in Christ Jesus.  Romans 8:1
17.  The Holy Spirit will help me to pray.  Romans 8:26-27
18.  All things work together for my good.  Romans 8:28
19.  Nothing will separate me from the love of Christ.  Romans 8:35
20.  I shall bear the likeness (and resurrection body) of Jesus, the ‘man from heaven.’  1 Corinthians 15:49
21.  My labor in the Lord is not in vain.  1 Corinthians 15:58
22.  God has created good works for me to walk in, today.  Ephesians 2:10
23.  I am being transformed into His likeness.  2 Corinthians 3:17
24.  God won’t let me be tried or tempted beyond what I can endure.  1 Corinthians 10:13
25.  God comforts the downcast, including me.  2 Corinthians 7:6
26.  God is able to make all grace abound to me, so all my needs will be met.  2 Corinthians 9:8
27.  I am worth (to God) more than the birds that He feeds.  Matthew 6:26
28.  God will supply all my needs.  Philippians 4:19
29.  God won’t forsake me (the righteous in Christ) nor have my children become beggars.  Psalm 37:25
30.  God’s grace will be sufficient for me.  2 Corinthians 12:9
31.  I will reap what I sow.  Galatians 6:7
32.  I have an inheritance.  Ephesians 1:14
33.  I have been brought near by the blood of Jesus.  Ephesians 2:13
34.  I may approach God with freedom and confidence.  Ephesians 3:12
35.  The Father has qualified me to share in the inheritance of the saints.  Colossians 1:12
36.  Christ now is in me!  Colossians 1:27
37.  God is faithful and will sanctify me.  1 Thessalonians 5:24
38.  God will repay with trouble those who trouble me.  2 Thessalonians 1:6
39.  God has given me a spirit of power, love, and self-discipline.  2 Timothy 1:7
40.  I have a crown of righteousness awaiting me, because I long for His appearing.  2 Timothy 4:8
41.  God won’t lie to me, because God cannot lie.  Titus 1:2
42.  Jesus will help me if I’m tempted.  Hebrews 2:18
43.  Varied trials will lead to my maturity.  James 1:2
44.  If I ask for wisdom from God, He will give it to me.  James 1:5
45.  If I ask, God will provide it.  James 4:2
46.  If I resist the devil, he will take a hike.  James 4:7
47.  If I draw near to God, He will draw near to me.  James 4:8
48.  Prayer is effective (note: my organization values effectiveness).  James 5:16
49.  After I have suffered for a little while, He will strengthen, confirm and establish me.  1 Peter 5:10
50.  A new heaven and earth await me, called the ‘home of righteousness’.  2 Peter 3:13
51.  He forgives and cleanses me as I confess my sins to Him.  1 John 1:9
52.  When Jesus re-appears, I’ll be made like Him.  1 John 3:2
53.  God has given me eternal life.  1 John 5:11
54.  I am a present possessor of eternal life, which is mine in the present tense verb “have.”  1 John 5:13
If you are in Christ, and He is in you, these staggering promises are all yours!



*2 categories:*

*What God has done -POSITIONAL (who you are):*

1. He foreknew us-Rom8:29; 1Pet1:2
2. He elected us -Rom8:33; Col3:12; 1Thes. 1:4; Tit. 1:1; 1Pet. 1:2
3. He predestinated us -Rom8:29-30;
Eph. 1:5, 11
4. We are chosen -Mat22:14; 1Pet2:4
5. We are called -1Thes5:24
6. We are reconciled by God -2 Cor5:18-19; Col1:20
7. We are reconciled to God-Rom5:10; 2Cor5:20
8. Redeemed by God -Rom3:24;Col1:14; 1 Pet1:18
9. We are born again spiritually -Jn3:7;1Pet1:23
10. We are regenerated -Jn. 13:10;1Cor6:11; Titus3:5
11. We are made righteous and the righteousness of God is unto us and upon us who believe -Rom.3:22; 1Cor1:30; 2Cor5:21; Gal3:22,Phil3:9
12. We are justified -Acts13:39; Rom3:26,5:1, 8:30; 1Cor6:11; Titus3:7
13. We are glorified -Rom8:30
14. We receive the Spirit of adoption -Rom8:15-16,23;Gal4:4-6, God is our Father 1Cor.1:3;8:6; Gal.1:4; Eph1:2;4:6
15. We are complete in Him -Col2:10
16. We are sanctified -1Cor1:30, 6:11
17. Forgiven -Acts10:43;Rom.4:25;Col.1:14,2:13,3:13;Eph1:7,4:32;1Pet2:24
18. Quickened, brought to life -Rom4:17, Eph2:1; Col2:13
19. Perfected forever -Heb10:14
20. We are accepted -Eph1:6;1Pet2:5
21. We are made meet -Col1:12
22. We are crucified with Christ -Rom6:6, 6:8; Gal2:20; 1Pet2:24
23. Buried with Christ -Rom6:4; Col2:12
24. We are raised with Christ – Rom6:4;Eph2:6; Col3:1
25. Seated in heavenly places – Eph2:6
26. We are born of the Spirit -Jn3:6
27. We are baptized with the Spirit -1Cor12:13; 10:17
28. We have the earnest, or deposit, of the Holy Spirit, securing our place in heaven-2Cor1:22;5:5; Eph 1:13-14
29. Indwelt by the Spirit -Jn7:39; Rom5:5,8:9;1Cor6:19;2Cor1:22;Gal4:6
30. We are sealed by the SpiritJn.7:39;2Cor1:22; Eph1:13,4:30
31. We are in God -1Thes1:1
32. We are in Christ -Jn14:20
33. We are in the Spirit -Rom8:9
34. We are dead to the law -Rom7:4
35. We are delivered from the law -Rom6:14, 7:6; 2Cor3:11; Gal3:25
36. We are circumcised in Christ -Rom2:29; Phil3:3; Col2:11
37. Made near to God by the blood of Christ -Eph2:13; Jam4:8; Heb10:22
38. We are delivered from the power of darkness -Col1:13, 2:13-15
39. We are translated into the Kingdom of God’s dear Son -Col1:13
40. We are given as a gift to Christ by the Father -Jn17:6,11,12,20;10:29
41. He gives us life in His name Jn20 v31 and eternal life in His Son Jn3:15-16,36;5:24;6:47;11:25; 1Jn5:11-12
42. We will never die – Jn11:26

*What He is to The Believer:*

43. Jesus Christ is our propitiation -Rom3:25-26; 1Jn2:2
44. Jesus Christ is our foundation -Eph2:20; 1Cor3:11; 2Cor1:21
45. Jesus Christ is our life -Col3:4
46. He is our Head -Col2:10
47. Our husband -2Cor11:2
48. He is our advocate -1Jn2:1
49. He is our brother -Heb2:11
50. He is our friend -Jn15:15
51. Our Shepherd -Jn10:11; 1Pet2:25
52. Our high priest -Heb3:1;4:14; 6:20
What He Makes Us:
53. Sons of God -2Cor6:18; Gal3:26; 1Jn3:2 and children of God-Rom9:26
54. A new creation -2Cor5:17; Gal6:15
55. Members of His Body 1 Cor12:13
56. His Bride -Eph5:25-27
57. Saints -1Cor1:2
58. His holy priesthood -1Pet2:5,9 and his royal priesthood -1Pet2:9; Rev1:6
59. A chosen generation, a peculiar people -Tit2:14; 1Pet2:9
60. His inheritance -Eph1:18
61. God’s building -1Cor3:9; our body is His temple -1Cor3:16, 6:19
62. Heavenly citizens -Luke10:20;Eph2:19; Phil3:20; Heb12:22
63. Laborers together with Him-1Cor3:9, 2Cor6:1
64. Ambassadors for Christ – 2Cor5:20
65. Ministers of God -2Cor3:3,6; 6:4
66. His household -Gal6:10;Eph2:19
67. His people -2Cor6:16
68. His beloved -Rom9:25

*EXPERIENTIAL (what you have):*

69. There is no condemnation for the believer -Rom8:1; Jn3:18, 5:24; 1Cor11:32
70. We reign in life as more than conquerors -Rom5:17; 8:37
71. Light in the Lord -Eph5:8;1Thes5:4
72. We have access to God -Rom5:2;
Eph2:18; Heb4:14-16; Heb10:19-20
73. He loves us -Jn3:16; Eph2:4, 5:2
74. He gives us His grace -Eph2:8
75. He gives us His power -Eph1:19;Phil2:13
76. He is faithful to us -Phil1:6;Heb13:5
77. He gives us His peace -Col3:15
78. He gives us hope -Eph1:18
79. He gives us every spiritual blessing-Eph1:3
80. He gives us rest -Heb4:3, Mat11:28
81. He gives us joy-Rom15:13;1Pet1:8
82. He consoles us -2 Thes2:16
83. He intercedes for us -Heb7:25, 9:24; Rom8:34
84. He keeps us -Rom5:2
85. He instructs us -Tit2:12-13
86. He saves us in the details and circumstances of life -Rom1:16
87. He gives us an inheritance -Eph1:14; Col3:24; Heb9:15; 1Pet1:4
88. We have fellowship with Him -1Cor1:9; 1Jn1:9
89. He is faithful to us in suffering -Rom8:18; Phil1:29; Col1:24;1Thes3:3; 2Tim2:12; 1Pet2:20, 4:12
90. The Word of God works in us -1Thes2:13
91. We are not ashamed – Rom9:33, 10:11
92. We will never thirst again -Jn6:35
93. We will not be confounded 1Pet2:6
94. We overcome the world -1Jn5:5
95. His great power is toward us who believe -Eph1:19

Pastor Daniel

95 things that happen at the moment of salvation


2 categories:

What God has done -POSITIONAL (who you are):

1. He foreknew us-Rom. 8:29; 1Pet 1:2
2. He elected us -Rom. 8:33; Col.3:12; 1Thes. 1:4; Tit. 1:1; 1Pet. 1:2
3. He predestinated us -Rom. 8:29-30;
Eph. 1:5, 11
4. We are chosen -Mat.22:14; 1Pet.2:4
5. We are called -1 Thes. 5:24
6. We are reconciled by God -2 Cor. 5:18-19; Col. 1:20
7. We are reconciled to God-Rom.5:10; 2 Cor. 5:20
8. Redeemed by God -Rom. 3:24;
Col.1:14; 1 Pet. 1:18
9. We are born again spiritually -Jn3:7;
1 Pet. 1:23
10. We are regenerated -Jn. 13:10; 1Cor. 6:11; Titus 3:5
11. We are made righteous and the righteousness of God is unto us and upon us who believe -Rom. 3:22; 1Cor.1:30;2 Cor.5:21; Gal.3:22,Phil.3:9
12. We are justified -Acts 13:39; Rom. 3:26,5:1, 8:30; 1 Cor. 6:11; Titus 3:7
13. We are glorified -Rom. 8:30
14. We receive the Spirit of adoption -Rom.8:15-16,23;Gal. 4:4-6,God is our Father-1Cor.1:3;8:6;Gal.1:4;Eph1:2;4:6
15. We are complete in Him -Col.2:10
16. We are sanctified -1 Cor. 1:30, 6:11
17. Forgiven -Acts10:43;Rom.4:25;Col. 1:14,2:13,3:13;Eph.1:7,4:32;1 Pet.2:24
18. Quickened, brought to life -Rom.4:17, Eph.2:1; Col. 2:13
19. Perfected forever -Heb.10:14
20. We are accepted -Eph.1:6;1Pet.2:5
21. We are made meet -Col. 1:12
22. We are crucified with Christ -Rom.
6:6, 6:8; Gal. 2:20; 1 Pet. 2:24
23. Buried with Christ -Rom6:4; Col2:12
24. We are raised with Christ – Rom.6:4;Eph. 2:6; Col. 3:1
25. Seated in heavenly places – Eph.2:6
26. We are born of the Spirit -Jn. 3:6
27. We are baptized with the Spirit -1Cor. 12:13; 10:17
28. We have the earnest, or deposit, of the Holy Spirit, securing our place in heaven-2Cor1:22;5:5; Eph 1:13-14
29. Indwelt by the Spirit -Jn7:39; Rom5:5,8:9;1Cor6:19;2Cor1:22;Gal4:6
30. We are sealed by the SpiritJn.7:39
2 Cor. 1:22; Eph. 1:13, 4:30
31. We are in God -1 Thes. 1:1
32. We are in Christ -Jn. 14:20
33. We are in the Spirit -Rom. 8:9
34. We are dead to the law -Rom. 7:4
35. We are delivered from the law -Rom.6:14, 7:6; 2 Cor. 3:11; Gal.3:25
36. We are circumcised in Christ -Rom.2:29; Phil. 3:3; Col. 2:11
37. Made near to God by the blood of Christ -Eph.2:13; Jam.4:8; Heb.10:22
38. We are delivered from the power of
darkness -Col. 1:13, 2:13-15
39. We are translated into the Kingdom of God’s dear Son -Col. 1:13
40. We are given as a gift to Christ by the Father -Jn. 17:6, 11, 12, 20; 10:29
41. He gives us life in His name Jn20 v31 and eternal life in His Son Jn.3:15-16,36;5:24;6:47;11:25; 1Jn.5:11-12
42. We will never die – Jn. 11:26

What He is to The Believer:

43. Jesus Christ is our propitiation -Rom.3:25-26; 1 Jn. 2:2
44. Jesus Christ is our foundation -Eph.2:20; 1 Cor. 3:11; 2 Cor. 1:21
45. Jesus Christ is our life -Col. 3:4
46. He is our Head -Col. 2:10
47. Our husband -2Cor.11:2
48. He is our advocate -1 Jn. 2:1
49. He is our brother -Heb. 2:11
50. He is our friend -Jn. 15:15
51. Our Shepherd -Jn.10:11; 1Pet.2:25
52. Our high priest -Heb. 3:1, 4:14, 6:20
What He Makes Us:
53. Sons of God -2 Cor. 6:18; Gal. 3:26; 1Jn.3:2 and children of God-Rom.9:26
54. A new creation -2Cor.5:17; Gal.6:15
55. Members of His Body 1 Cor12:13
56. His Bride -Eph. 5:25-27
57. Saints -1 Cor. 1:2
58. His holy priesthood -1Pet.2:5,9 and his royal priesthood -1Pet. 2:9; Rev.1:6
59. A chosen generation, a peculiar people -Titus 2:14; 1 Pet. 2:9
60. His inheritance -Eph. 1:18
61. God’s building -1 Cor.3:9; our body is His temple -1Cor. 3:16, 6:19
62. Heavenly citizens -Luke10:20;
Eph. 2:19; Phil. 3:20; Heb.12:22
63. Laborers together with Him
-1 Cor. 3:9, 2 Cor. 6:1
64. Ambassadors for Christ – 2Cor.5:20
65. Ministers of God -2Cor. 3:3,6, 6:4
66. His household -Gal.6:10;Eph2:19
67. His people -2 Cor. 6:16
68. His beloved -Rom. 9:25

EXPERIENTIAL (what you have):

69. There is no condemnation for the believer -Rom.8:1; Jn.3:18, 5:24; 1 Cor. 11:32
70. We reign in life as more than conquerors -Rom. 5:17; 8:37
71. Light in the Lord -Eph5:8;1Thes5:4
72. We have access to God -Rom. 5:2;
Eph. 2:18; Heb.4:14-16; Heb. 10:19-20
73. He loves us -Jn. 3:16; Eph. 2:4, 5:2
74. He gives us His grace -Eph. 2:8
75. He gives us His power -Eph. 1:19;
Phil. 2:13
76. He is faithful to us -Phil1:6;Heb13:5
77. He gives us His peace -Col. 3:15
78. He gives us hope -Eph. 1:18
79. He gives us every spiritual blessing
-Eph. 1:3
80. He gives us rest -Heb.4:3, Mat.11:28
81. He gives us joy-Rom15:13;1Pet1:8
82. He consoles us -2 Thes. 2:16
83. He intercedes for us -Heb. 7:25, 9:24; Rom. 8:34
84. He keeps us -Rom. 5:2
85. He instructs us -Titus 2:12-13
86. He saves us in the details and circumstances of life -Rom. 1:16
87. He gives us an inheritance -Eph.
1:14; Col. 3:24; Heb. 9:15; 1Pet. 1:4
88. We have fellowship with Him -1 Cor1:9; 1 Jn. 1:9
89. He is faithful to us in suffering -Rom.8:18; Phil. 1:29; Col. 1:24;1 Thes. 3:3; 2Tim. 2:12; 1Pet. 2:20, 4:12
90. The Word of God works in us -1 Thes.2:13
91. We are not ashamed – Rom 9:33, 10:11
92. We will never thirst again -Jn. 6:35
93. We will not be confounded 1Pet2:6
94. We overcome the world -1 Jn. 5:5
95. His great power is toward us who believe -Eph. 1:19

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