I came upon this fascinating expo somewhere online and thought of sharing it with you…
Jesus, From Genesis to Revelation
The Bible, from cover to cover, addresses the question,
“Who is this Jesus?”
Consider the themes of the sixty-six books:
In Genesis, He is the Creator God.
In Exodus, He is the Redeemer.
In Leviticus, He is your sanctification.
In Numbers, He is your guide.
In Deuteronomy, He is your teacher.
In Joshua, He is the mighty conqueror.
In Judges, He gives victory over enemies.
In Ruth, He is your kinsman, your lover, your redeemer.
In I Samuel, he is the root of Jesse;
In 2 Samuel, He is the Son of David.
In 1 Kings and 2 Kings, He is King of Kings and Lord of
In 1st and 2nd Chronicles, He is your inter- cessor and
In Ezra, He is your temple, your house of worship.
In Nehemiah, He is your mighty wall, pro- tecting you
from your enemies.
In Esther, He stands in the gap to deliver you from your
In Job, He is the arbitrator who not only understands
your struggles, but has the power to do something
In Psalms, He is your song–and your reason to sing.
In Proverbs, He is your wisdom, helping you make sense
of life and live it successfully. In Ecclesiastes, He is your
purpose, deliver ing you from vanity.
In the Song of Solomon, He is your lover, your Rose of
In Isaiah, He is the mighty counselor, the prince of peace,
the everlasting father, and more.
In short, He’s everything you need.
In Jeremiah, He is your balm of Gilead, the soothing salve
for your sin-sick soul.
In Lamentations, He is the ever-faithful one upon whom
you can depend.
In Ezekiel, He is your wheel in the middle of a wheel–
the one who assures that dry, dead bones will come
In Daniel, He is the ancient of days, the ever- lasting God
who never runs out of time.
In Hosea, He is your faithful lover, always beckoning you
to come back–even when you have abandoned Him.
In Joel, He is your refuge, keeping you safe in times of
In Amos, He is the husbandman, the one you can depend
on to stay by your side.
In Obadiah, He is Lord of the Kingdom.
In Jonah, He is your salvation, bringing you back within His
In Micah, He is judge of the nation.
In Nahum, He is the jealous God.
In Habakkuk, He is the Holy One.
In Zephaniah, He is the witness.
In Haggai, He overthrows the enemies
. In Zechariah, He is Lord of Hosts.
Moving on to the New Testament . . . In Matthew, He is
king of the Jews.
In Mark, He is the servant.
In Luke, He is the Son of Man, feeling what you feel.
In John, He is the Son of God.
In Acts, He is Savior of the world.
In Romans, He is the righteousness of God.
In I Corinthians, He is the rock that followed Israel.
In II Corinthians, He the triumphant one, giving victory
. In Galatians, He is your liberty; He sets you free.
In Ephesians, He is head of the Church.
In Philippians, He is your joy.
In Colossians, He is your completeness.
In I Thessalonians, He is your hope.
In II Thessalonians, He is your glory.
In I Timothy, He is your faith.
In II Timothy, He is your stability.
In Philemon, He is your benefactor.
In Hebrews, He is your perfection.
In James, He is the power behind your faith.
In I Peter, He is your example.
In II Peter, He is your purity.
In I John, He is your life.
In II John, He is your pattern.
In III John, He is your motivation.
In Jude, He is the foundation of your faith.
In the Revelation, He is your coming King.
From the beginning of the world to its end, there is no
place you can look and not see Jesus. He is everywhere.
He is everything. “He is be- fore all things, and in Him all
things hold togeth- er.” (Colossians 1:17)