When Was Jesus Born Part Four

We established Jesus was born in Bethlehem, and had all the trait of human being and He was without sin.

In Luke 2:8-11 In the same region, shepherds were staying out in the fields and keeping watch at night over their flock. Then an angel of the Lord stood before them, and the glory of the Lord shone around them, and they were terrified. But the angel said to them, “Don’t be afraid, for look, I proclaim to you good news of great joy that will be for all the people: Today a Savior, who is Messiah the Lord, was born for you in the city of David.

John Gil wrote, the angel said unto them; fear not, &c.] For he was not a messenger of bad, but of good tidings: for behold, I bring you good tidings; tidings, that were both wonderful and amazing, and therefore a behold is prefixed to them, as well as to excite to attention; and which were good news, and glad tidings, for such the birth of Christ..

Reformed Bible Study wrote; The shepherd were “prevented them from keeping the ceremonial law. The sin offering was enacted from God as a payment for sins unintentionally or intentionally founded in Leviticus 5 since all have sin the shepherd should being included.

For example, the Jewish leader would not enter headquarters of Pilate in fear defiling themselves while taking the Passover. The purpose of partaking of the Passover is that God set His people free from the bondage of slavery from the Egyptians. Where God told the Israelites to sacrifice a spotless lamb and mark on their doorposts and lintels with its blood (Exodus 12:21–22). Then, when the Lord passed through the nation, He would “pass over ” the households that showed the blood post prevent household for being put to death by angel who pass throughout the land king all the oldest soon. Later on Jesus redeemed humanity from curse of sin. Scripture declare, —that is, God’s righteousness through faith in Jesus Christ, to all who believe, since there is no distinction. For we conclude that a man is justified by faith apart from the works of the law. Or is God for Jews only? Is He not also for Gentiles? Yes, for Gentiles too,

Romans 3:22,28-29

In short, the Angel visited the shepherd to ensure them that they are part of salvation plan.

Luke 2:11 11 Today in the town of David a Savior has been born to you; he is the Messiah, the Lord.

Dr John Gil wrote, the angels brought the tidings of it to the shepherds. The particular day, and it may be, month and year, in which Christ was born, cannot be certainly known; but this we may be sure of, it was in the fulness of time, and at the exact season fixed upon between God and Christ in the council.

Furthermore he wrote, the good will and amazing love of God to man is displayed, and the promises and prophecies relating to him fulfilled; and the work of plished, and so matter of great joy: not carnal, but spiritual; not feigned, but real; not temporary, but lasting;

Luke 2:11 Savour: This is one of only two places in the gospels where Christ is referred to as “Savior”—the other being John 4:42, where the men of Sychar confessed Him as “Savior of the world.” Jesus means the Lord is salvation” The Hebrew is Jehoshua meaning Jehovah is salvation In short Jesus means Savour, Where Joseph and Mary were commanded by Gabriel to their first born Son Jesus found in Luke 1:31 and Matthew 1:21

Messiah the Lord; Messiah comes from the Hebrew word mashiach and Greek word is Christos or, in English, Christ, meaning the anointed one or chosen one. The Free Dictionary defines it; the anticipated saviour of the Jews or a leader or savior of a particular group or cause. The Old Testament, people were anointed for the positions of prophet, priest, and king. God told Elijah to anoint Elisha to succeed him as Israel’s prophet 1 Kings 19:16). Aaron was anointed as the first high priest of Israel (Leviticus 8:12.

But, the Old Testament predicted a coming Deliverer, chosen by God to redeem Israel Isaiah 42:1; 61:1–3. This Deliverer the Jews called the Messiah. Where Jesus Himself would declare in Luke 4:17–21; John 4:25–26 that he was the Messiah. The Apostle Peter declared Jesus as the Messiah in Matthew 16:16. Jesus proved beyond shadow of a doubt when He arose from the dead Acts 10:39–43. He accomplished this salvation through His death and resurrection (John 12:32; John 3:16).

Lord means “master”—but it is also the word used to translate the covenant name of God meaning LORD or YHWH. Here (and in most of its NT occurrences), it is used in the latter sense, as a title of deity. NKJV Bible wrote The word Lord was the title of a ruler. The meaning of the word is defined by Peter in Acts 2:30–36. Jesus is destined to sit and distribute salvation’s benefits from God’s side, ruling with the Father. Holman commentary wrote,” This title referred to the holy, unspeakable personal name of God himself. This baby in the manger was God He, with all power and all authorities under heaven would be redeemed mankind from it cursed. Believer Bible Commentary,” This Baby was a Savior who is Christ the Lord! Here, we have a theology in miniature. First, He is a Savior, which is expressed in His name, Jesus. Then, He is Christ, the Anointed of God, the Messiah of Israel. Finally, He is the Lord; God manifests in the flesh.

Believer Bible Commentary summary it up, “That very day, in nearby Bethlehem, a Baby had been born. This Baby was a Savior, which is Christ the Lord! Here, we have a theology in miniature. First, He is a Savior, which is expressed in His name, Jesus. Then, He is Christ, the Anointed of God, the Messiah of Israel. Finally, He is the Lord; God manifest in the flesh.”

Dr John Gil wrote, the good will and amazing love of God to man is displayed, and the promises and prophecies relating to him fulfilled; and the work of plished, and so matter of great joy: not carnal, but spiritual; not feigned, but real; not temporary, but lasting;

John Gil wrote, hence his name is called Jesus, because he saves from sin, from Satan, from the law, from the world, from death, and hell, and wrath to come, and from every enemy.

Dr Joh Gil wrote In Isa.9:3, 6-7 to all the chosen people of God, whether Jews or Gentiles, whom God has taken to be his covenant-people, and has given to his son, as such, to redeem and save; to these the incarnation of Christ, with all the benefits resulting from it, is the cause of great joy, when they are made a willing people in the day of Christ’s power

Since Jesus ascended into heaven in Acts 1:9, established His church in Acts 2, approximately three billions believe in Jesus Christ and still growing. The Apostle John looked up, and behold, a great multitude, which no man could number, out of every nation and of all tribes, peoples, and languages, standing before the throne and before the Lamb, dressed in white robes, with palm branches in their hands.

This is God gift to civilization and that why I celebrated the birth of on Christmas Day, and continue commemorated His birthday

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