Tim Cole: Jesus, our everything

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In Genesis, He is the Seed of the woman. In Exodus He is the Passover Lamb. In Leviticus He is our High Priest. In Numbers He is The Pillar of the Cloud by day; The Pillar of Fire by night. In Deuteronomy He is The Prophet like unto Moses. In Joshua He is the Captain of our salvation. In Judges He is The Judge and Lawgiver. In Ruth He is the Kinsman Redeemer. In I & II Samuel He is our Trusted Prophet.

In Kings and Chronicles He is our Reigning King, in Ezra He is the Rebuilder of broken down walls of human life. In Nehemiah He is the Restorer of The Nation. In Esther He is our Mordecai. In Job He is our Ever-Living Redeemer. In Psalms He is our Shepherd. In Proverbs and Ecclesiastes He is our Wisdom. In The Song of Solomon He is our Lover and Bridegroom. In Isaiah He is our Prince of Peace. In Jeremiah He is our Righteous Branch.

In Lamentations He is our Weeping Prophet. In Ezekiel He is the Wonderful 4-Faced Man, God’s Chariot. In Daniel He is the fourth Man in Life’s Fiery Furnace. In Hosea He is the faithful husband. In Joel He is the Baptizer with the Holy Ghost and Fire. In Amos He is our Burden Bearer. In Obadiah He is the Mighty to Save. In Jonah He is our Great Foreign Missionary. In Micah He is the Messenger of Beautiful Feet. In Habakkuk He is God’s Evangelist, crying, “Revive thy work in the midst of the years.” In Zephaniah He is our Savior.

In Haggai He is The Restorer of God’s Lost Heritage. In Zechariah He is the Fountain opened up in the House of David for the sin of uncleanness. In Malachi He is the Son of Righteousness rising with healing in His Wings. In Matthew He is the Messiah. In Mark He is The Wonder-Worker. In Luke He is the Son of Man. In John He is the Son of God. In Acts He is the Holy Ghost Baptizer. In Romans He is our Justifier. In I and II Corinthians He is our Sanctifier. In Galatians He is our Redeemer from the curse of the Law. In Ephesians He is the Christ of Unsearchable Riches. In Philippians He is the God Who supplies all our needs. In Colossians He is the fullness of the Godhead bodily.

In I and II Thessalonians He is the soon-coming King. In I and II Timothy He is our Mediator between God and man. In Titus He is our Faithful Pastor. In Philemon He is a friend that sticks closer than a brother. In Hebrews He is the Blood of the Everlasting Covenant. In James He is our Great Physician. In I and II Peter He is our Chief Shepherd. In I, II, and III John He is Love. In Jude He is the Lord coming with ten thousands of His saints. . .And In Revelation He is The King of all kings and the Lord of all lords!