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  • appletonbill
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    Originally posted by David Taylor View Post
    **The First and Last (Isaiah 44:6, Rev 1:11)
    **The King of Israel (Isaiah 44:6, John 12:13)
    **The Almighty (Job 11:7, Rev 1:8)
    **The Lord of Lords (Deuteronomy 10:17, I Timothy 6:15)
    **The Root of Jesse (Isaiah 11:10, Romans 15:12)
    **The Redeemer (Job 19:25, Titus 2:14)
    ** The Saviour (Isaiah 43:4, Titus 3:4)
    Thanks David, I was going to get to the O.T. too, but you beat me to it.

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  • David Taylor
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    Originally posted by appletonbill View Post
    Some more names Jesus called Himself:

    John 6:27 Son of Man
    " " 6:35 Bread of life
    " " 8:12 Light of the world
    " " 10:7 Gate for the sheep
    " " 10:11 Good shepherd
    " " 11:25 The resurrection and the life
    " " 14:6 The way, the truth, and the life
    " " 15:1 The true vine

    **The First and Last (Isaiah 44:6, Rev 1:11)
    **The King of Israel (Isaiah 44:6, John 12:13)
    **The Almighty (Job 11:7, Rev 1:8)
    **The Lord of Lords (Deuteronomy 10:17, I Timothy 6:15)
    **The Root of Jesse (Isaiah 11:10, Romans 15:12)
    **The Redeemer (Job 19:25, Titus 2:14)
    ** The Saviour (Isaiah 43:4, Titus 3:4)

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  • appletonbill
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    Some more names Jesus called Himself:

    John 6:27 Son of Man
    " " 6:35 Bread of life
    " " 8:12 Light of the world
    " " 10:7 Gate for the sheep
    " " 10:11 Good shepherd
    " " 11:25 The resurrection and the life
    " " 14:6 The way, the truth, and the life
    " " 15:1 The true vine

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    Originally posted by ChristianKnight View Post
    In Matthew, chapter 1, verses 21-23 it says his name is Jesus, but then says Immanuel, which is it? Why two different names?
    God has many names. While many prefer Jehovah, I'll just use the letters YHWH.

    YHWH-Jireh, YHWH-Rapha, YHWH-M'Kadesh, and many more throughout the Tanach. (OT) Each has meaning, each contains the root YHWH. So in Matthew we see him as Emanuel, simply, "God with us." Or, Yahushua (Jesus), which means "YHWH has become our salvation."

    Many names, many titles...all declaring his power, authority, omni-presence, omni-potence, eternal nature.

    Peace.
    Ken

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  • David Taylor
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    Originally posted by ChristianKnight View Post
    In Matthew, chapter 1, verses 21-23 it says his name is Jesus, but then says Immanuel, which is it? Why two different names?
    Peter had a bunch of names also.

    Matthew 8:14 "And when Jesus was come into Peter's house"

    Matthew 16:17 "And Jesus answered and said unto him, Blessed art thou, Simon Barjona"

    Acts 15:14 "Simeon hath declared how God at the first did visit the Gentiles, to take out of them a people for his name. "

    I Corinthians 1:12 "Now this I say, that every one of you saith, I am of Paul; and I of Apollos; and I of Cephas
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    Being known by multiple names wasn't an oddity in the Bible Times.

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    In Matthew, chapter 1, verses 21-23 it says his name is Jesus, but then says Immanuel, which is it? Why two different names?
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