Message To My People ~ The Prophets Do Speak
Message To My People ~          The Prophets Do Speak 

JESUS THE SAVIOR                                    (Isa 9:6)

   From the beginning of creation and because of the fall of Adam and Eve, God said there would be out of the seed of the woman an adversary to Satan that would crush his head (Gen 3:15) and fulfill that which Adam and Eve could not do (Mat 3;17, Phil 2:8). The first man and woman were created primarily to have fellowship with God and obey him.  Adam and Eve were having fellowship with God but fail the second part which was obedience to Gods instructions.  Throughout time God search for a man and a people that would fulfill his desires.  Generations had gone by after the creation of men and no man or people appeared in the horizon of mankind.  Much later in history some appear in the scene, Enoch and Noah preachers of righteousness had fellowship with God and prophesied of a coming judgment.  Though these men were righteous, they were not able to raise a holy people unto God. 

    Then Abraham appeared in a time when the tribes of the earth worshiped false gods and eventually lost the knowledge of the true God.  They all turn to pagan practices and became very immoral.  Abraham heard God’s voice and obeyed his instructions. When the future of men was very dim, a ray of light now appeared in the horizon.  As Abraham listen and obey God’s instructions, God started making everlasting promises to him. These promises were passed down to Isaac and Jacob who were Abraham’s children of promise (Gen 22:17,18, 26:3, 28:13-15).  One promise God made to Abraham that would go beyond his genealogy was, “In him all the families of the earth would be bless” (Gen 12:3). 

    As the generations of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob come and go, another man roused up in the blood line of the forefathers and chosen by God was Moses the liberator.  Moses was humble and obedient to Gods instruction but was not able to take the people to the promise land himself. When he reached the border line to Canaan he was forbidden to usher in the people, that task was giving to his successor (Deut 1:38, 31:3). Yet Moses spoke of a future prophet that all had to listen to (Deut 18:15), the coming messiah or messenger that would  fulfilled the promises made to the forefathers and also crush the serpents head as prophesied in Genesis at the Garden  of  Eve (Gen 3:15). 

   There was another man in the genealogy of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob that won the heart of God, David.  King David the man after God’s own heart as his well known, was loved by God and his people, to him and his descendant God made the following promise, "I will establish the throne of his kingdom forever" (2Sam 7:12,13,16).  In his blood line came Jesus the Savior or Messiah (Lk 1:31,32), this Jesus was the prophet and king that was to come. 

   In God’s eternal plan and through the descendants of David, in his appointed time God fulfilled all his promises to his people, through the life and death of Jesus the Savior Through Jesus God visited his people the Israelis and bought salvation to the gentiles. In him God fulfilled his promise to Abraham, blessing all the families of the earth (Isa 42:1,6 ,Lk 2:32) and through him crushes the serpents head (Ps 8:6, Mat 28:18, Lk 10:17, Heb 2:14,15, Rev 16:20) fulfilling all promises and prophecies made of the coming messiah.          


   The testimony of Jesus is the spirit of prophesy (Rev 19:10).  As the instruments of an orchestra altogether plays in harmony, and all the musicians join in one accord to put together the sound and rhythms of a masterpiece, that will be heard by the millions and bring satisfaction to the hungry ears of music lovers; so did all the prophets of old in unison throughout time by the Spirit of God raised their voices to announce a hope; to a people that was hungry for a leader that would once again bring them back to the glory they once had, and at the same time brought light to the gentiles who at one time lay in darkness (Lk 2:32).  Jesus is the spirit of prophesy, the essence, the missing piece of the puzzle that would complete the picture, Jesus is the foundation stone, a tried stone, and the precious cornerstone (Isa 28:16).  The prophets all looking through one set of lenses to the future saw the coming messiah, Jesus the Savior.                           

            the revelation of jesus

JESUS IS THE  >>>>>>>>>>>

Ps 2:7, Hos 11:1, Mat 3:17, 2:15, 14:33, Mk 3:11, Jn 1:34, 10:36, Isa 7:14, 9:6, 11:1-14, Dan 3:25, Jn 3:16

Jn 1:3

Ps 40:6-10, 132:11, 2:1-7, Isa 11:1-5, 41:27, 42:1-7, 53:1-12, 61:1-3, Zech 3:8                                                                              

Deut 18:15, Ps 2:1-3, Jn 1:45, 6:14

Ps 110:4, Heb 9: 11, 14, 10: 6, 10, 14, 20, 21   

Isa 7:14, 9:6, Mt 1:23, Jn 14:9, 20:28

Gen 3:15, 12:3, 26:4, Isa 42:1,4,6, 53:6, Jn 1:11,12, 3:16

Ps 2:6, 24:10, Zech 14:9,16,17, Mic 5:2, Lk 19:38, 23:2-3, Jn 1:49, 12:15, Rev 17:14, 19:16, 1Tim 6:15

Jn 5:22, 2Tim 4:8, Jn 9:39, Acts 10:42

Lk 1:33, Rev 11:15, Hag 2:7

Rev 1:8

Rom 9:33, 1Pet 2:8, 1Cor 10:4

Dan 9:25, Acts 3:15, 5:31

S of S 2:1

Rev 1:12-18   

Rev 19:11-16  

                                                                                                                                       HIGHLIGHTS OF HIS MINISTERY

  • Born of the Holy Spirit not of sinful man (Mat  1:18,20)  
  • Born in a manger (Lk 2:7,12).
  • God’s gift to the world (Isa 9:6).
  • From Egypt to Bethlehem (Hos 11:1, Mat 2:15).
  • An obedient son (Phil 2:8).
  • Humbly fulfill all righteousness in water   baptism (Mat 3:15).
  • God is pleased in him (Mat 3:17).
  • Starts his ministry with power and authority by the Spirit of the Lord (Lk 4:18, Mat 7:28,29,  Acts 10:38 ).
  • Loved the sinners chose common man to do his ministry (Jn 13;1, Mat 11:19, 4:18,19.
  • Went about doing good (Mat 12:15, Acts 10:38.
  •  Full of knowledge and wisdom (Isa 53:11, Mat 2:40
  • Raises the dead (Lk 7:22, Jn 11:43:44).
  • Was transfigured, shined as the sun (Mat 17:2,  Mk 9:2).
  • Man of prayer (Isa 53:12, Lk 6:12, Heb 7:25).
  • Man of sorrows (Isa 53:3).
  • Forgives sin revealing he is The Son of God  (Mat 9:2,6).
  • Humble entrance to Jerusalem  (Zech 9:9, Mat  21:1-9).
  • The last supper (Lk 1-20).
  • Walking on water (Mat 14:25).
  • Betrayed (Lk 22:21, 47, 48).
  • Sold for thirty pieces of silver (Mat 26:14, 15, 27:3, 5).
  • Marred, bruised, oppressed, despised,  and         rejected (Isa 52:14, 53:3, 4, 5).
  • Crucified for our sins (Jn 19:15-18).
  • Placed in a tomb (Mat 27:59,60).
  • Goes to the lowest parts of the earth (Eph 4:9,  1Pet 3:19).
  • Resurrected and seeing by many (Mat 28:5,6,    Acts 1:9, Rom 1:4).
  • Commissions his disciples (Mat 28:19,20).
  • All power is giving to him (Mat 28:18).
  • Promised to return (Jn 14:3, 28, Mk 14:62).
  • Seated at the right hand of God (Col 3:1, Eph  1:20).
  • Is now interceding for us (Heb 7:25).

                   Jesus own proclamations


  • I that speak unto thee am he, The Messiah, (Jn4:25,26).
  • I am from above (heavenly, Jn 8:23).
  • I am before Abraham (preexisted Jn 8:58).
  • I am the Son of God (Jn 10;36).
  • I am the bread of life (Jn 6:35).
  • I am the door (Jn 10:9).
  • I am the good shepherd (Jn 10:14).
  • I am the way (Jn 14:6).
  • I am the truth (Jn 14:6).
  • I am the life (Jn 14:6).
  • I am the resurrection (Jn 11:25).
  • I am the Alpha and Omega (Rev 1:80).

    In Jesus Christ all the Old Testament prophesies were fulfilled down to the smallest details.  Some may find this hard to believe, yet no one can disprove the historical facts which are the evidence of such a great savior.  To us who believe, he is the power of God unto salvation (1Pet 1:3-5).  Yes, one came down from heavens to fulfill the desire of the father above (Mat 3:17, Jn 8:29). 

  A mere mortal man could not in his own power accomplish such a great call, to redeem men from their sins (Ps 49:7).  To give his own life for the fallen race (Jn 3:16, 10:15-17), and to die the death of the cross for the unjust (1Pet 3:18).  To live a spotless life and to be the first one to be resurrected (Heb 4:15, 1Pet 2:21,22, Acts 4:33, Col 1:18).  To be given the right to sit in the throne of God to reign for ever (Acts 2:30, Rev 3:21).  Only Jesus Christ was found worthy for such a great reward (Rev 5:2-5, 9).

    Yes participant, that reward the father in heavens has given him, to reign for eternity (Lk 1:32,33), and that reward he promised to share it with those who believe in his name and follow him (Mat 25:34, Lk 22:28,29).  Yes participant Jesus by his sacrifice reconciled men to God (Rom 5:10, 2Cor 5;19, Eph 2:13,16).  Only the blood of Christ can pacify the wrath of God against sin (Col 1:20), and only his blood can redeem men from the bondage of sin (1Pet 1:18,19).

   Dear participant, if you are still living a sinful life and desire to be free, you can be free if you believe from your heart that Jesus died for you (Rom 10:9, 1Jn 5:1).  Confess you sins to God (1Jn 1;9), and ask him to come into your heart and cleanse you from all your sins (1Jn 1:7).  According to his commandments be baptize (Acts 2:38), and read the Bible that you may grow spiritually (Jn 5:39, Ps 119:105,133).  Speak to God in prayer and wait upon his word (Ps 130:5).

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                                         In the Lord
Bro Nelson Cintron                                                                                               Posted 9/27/15                                                                                                                          


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