Everybody ought to know who Jesus is! Please enjoy this fun song, then come right back here and we will survey the entire Bible to get to know who Jesus is. AND … please be sure to check out the OTHER video, “That’s My King” further down the page.
Who is Jesus Christ?
The Bible teaches about Jesus in a variety of ways, and not always “by name”. From Genesis to Revelation, each and every book of the Bible refers to Jesus Christ, either directly or indirectly.
This “Red Thread” list printed below gives us an idea of how Jesus is “woven” into the scriptures. Our list gives only one reference per book, but Bible scholars have suggested many other descriptions that could be included, too. (For example, search for videos on “Oral Roberts Fourth Man”).
Take a few minutes to read this. Lots there to think about!
Jesus Christ the “Red Thread”
In Genesis he is the promised seed of the woman.
In Exodus he is the Passover lamb.
In Leviticus he is the High Priest.
In Numbers he is the star to rise out of Jacob.
In Deuteronomy he is the two laws: Love God and love your neighbor.
In Joshua he is the captain of the Lord of Hosts.
In Judges he is the covenant angel named Wonderful.
In Ruth he is the kinsman redeemer.
In Samuel he is the root and offspring of David.
In Kings he is the greater than the Temple.
In Chronicles he is the King’s son.
In Ezra-Nehemiah he is the rebuilder.
In Esther he is the savior of God’s people.
In Job he is the daysman.
In Psalms he is the song.
In Proverbs he is the wisdom of God.
In Ecclesiastes he is the one among a thousand.
In The Song of Solomon he is the bridegroom of the bride [and lily of the valleys].
In Isaiah he is Jacob’s branch.
In Jeremiah he is our righteousness.
In Lamentations he is the unbelievers’ judgement.
In Ezekiel he is the true shepherd.
In Daniel he is the stone that became the head of the corner.
In Hosea he is the latter rain.
In Joel he is God’s dwelling in Zion.
In Amos he is the raiser of David’s tabernacle.
In Obadiah he is the deliverer on Mount Zion.
In Jonah he is our salvation.
In Micah he is the Lord of kings.
In Nahum he is the stronghold in the time of trouble.
In Habakkuk he is our joy and confidence.
In Zephaniah he is our mighty Lord.
In Haggai he is the desire of the nations.
In Zechariah he is our servant The Branch.
In Malachi he is the son of Righteousness.
In Matthew he is Jehovah’s Messiah.
In Mark he is Jehovah’s servant.
In Luke he is Jehovah’s man.
In John he is Jehovah’s Son.
In Acts he is the gift of holy spirit.
In Romans he is the believers’ justification.
In Corinthians he is the believers’ sanctification.
In Galatians he is the believers’ righteousness.
In Ephesians he is the believers’ heavenly standing.
In Philippians he is the believers’ self-adequacy.
In Colossians he is the believers’ completeness.
In Thessalonians he is the believers’ soon-glorification.
In Timothy he is the faithful men.
In Titus he is the fellowlaborer.
In Philemon he is the love of a believer.
In Hebrews he is the High Priest for sin.
In James he is the royal law.
In Peter he is the pastor.
In John he is as we are.
In Jude he is the beloved.
In Revelation he is the King of kings and the Lord of lords [and bright morning star].
Watch this video: “That’s My King”
This video is a must see! Give it a watch, and see if you agree.
Everybody ought to know!
God bless you lots!
LYRICS: Everybody Ought To Know
Ev’rybody ought to know
Ev’rybody ought to know
Ev’rybody ought to know
Who Jesus is.
He’s the Lily of the Valley
He’s the Bright and Morning Star
He’s the Fairest of Ten Thousand
Ev’rybody ought to know.
What do you think?
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THANKS! – Dale
Wow,Wow,Wow, Great question. Do I know him. He said my sheep know my voice.
I want to go back over and over till it sinks in. Do I really know him. He is all the above, and all you spoke. May the lord continue to use you sir! Its 3:40 am – my eyes opened, I came to look up a song and I came across this. I am so glad I came across this. It has encouraged me even more to continue in the great fight. May the Lord bless you and give you all the desires of your heart.
Frank, thanks for your note. I’m so happy to be able to pass information along that others through the years have put together. Oral Roberts taught this in “Who Was That Fourth Man” — videos can be found on the internet. And Pastor S.M. Lockridge with “That’s My King” — shakes me to the core every time I watch it. I don’t want ANYONE to miss out on getting to know Jesus. Thanks again for your note. God bless you lots! – Dale R.
Good afternoon, mr Dale, now that’s amazing.. WHO DO U SAY HE IS…HE IS OUR EVERYTHING.. HE IS OUR FATHER GOD’S WORD MADE FLESH…I TOLD U THAT U WERE BEING USED BY OUR FATHER HOLY SPIRIT …HE IS TRULY USING U…AND BLESSING U TREMENDOUSLY.. PLEASE KEEP ON WORKING FOR OUR FATHER JESUS…THANKS FOR THE SERMON…BE VERY BLESSED……WELL U ARE BLESSED…MAY OUR FATHER HOLY SPIRIT KEEP BLESSING U…ALWAYS…
Right on, Julia! God bless you lots! – Dale R. ?