Hosanna!

John 12:12-13 The next day a great multitude that had come to the feast, when they heard that Jesus was coming to Jerusalem, took branches of palm trees and went out to meet Him, and cried out: “Hosanna! ‘Blessed is He who comes in the name of the Lord!’ The King of Israel!”

Do you welcome Jesus into your life, into your home, school, or where you work?

Is He declared Lord and Savior by you for all to see and hear?

Or will you deny Him later in the week; turn away from Him and let Him die in your life?

When you take Jesus as Savior, He is Savior all the time – not just one day a week but every day of the week.

Proclaim Him as Lord and live for Him!

Lord, Save! Hosanna!

Abba Father, I proclaim You as King and Priest of my life; as Lord and Savior of my life! I never want to deny You. You are life for me! In Jesus’ name, YES&AMEN

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3 thoughts on “Hosanna!

  1. First you speak about Jesus, ask your readers to welcome Jesus into their life and say he is declared Lord and Savior by us for all to see and hear.
    Suddenly you talk about Abba the Father you proclaim to be the King but also to be the Priest.

    How and why can God be a priest? Jesus should be our High Priest. And it seems you seem to mixed up with him and his Father, are you not taking them to be one and the same person? But Jesus is a man of flesh and blood whilst God is an eternal Spirit, Who can not die.

    Jesus really died and after his death he was taken out of the dead after three days in hell. He also than was made higher than angels, though before he was lower. Remember that God is, was and always shall be the Most High. Jesus was also promoted to become a mediator between God and man. In case Jesus is God how can he mediate between himself and others?

  2. It is written John 1:1-5 In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. 2 He was in the beginning with God. 3 All things were made through Him, and without Him nothing was made that was made. 4 In Him was life, and the life was the light of men. 5 And the light shines in the darkness, and the darkness did not comprehend it.

    It goes on to tell us Who this Word is…John 1:14
    And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us, and we beheld His glory, the glory as of the only begotten of the Father, full of grace and truth.

    Now …Jesus Christ has come in the flesh…1 John 4:2
    Then according to John, In the beginning was Jesus, Jesus was with God and Jesus was God.
    Also Col 2:9 – For in Him dwells all the fullness of the Godhead bodily;
    Jesus said in John 10:30 – I and My Father are one.
    If Jesus is God, and I believe He is, then God is both King and Priest, through Jesus.

  3. When we look at the original writing and translate it literally we may come to “In [the] beginning the Word was, and the Word was with God, and the Word was a god.” or have in Yah Chanan (John 1:1-3): In the beginning the Word having been and the Word having been unto God and God having been the Word he having been, in the beginning, unto God all through his hand became: and without him not even one being whatever became. (Aramaic New Covenant; ANCJ Released: 1996 Contents: New Testament Source Used: Exegeses Bibles (1996) Location: Tyndale House, Cambridge, United Kingdom)

    John is speaking about a Word and not a person.

    Christ was not literally the Word. He was the word “made flesh”. (#Jo 1:14). The Greek word “logos” translated “Word” expresses the divine intention, mind, or purpose. Young defines “logos” as “a word, speech, matter, reason.” In the a.v. “logos” is translated by more than 20 different English words and is used for utterances of men (e.g., #Jo 17:20) as well as those of God (#Jo 5:38).

    The Apostle wanted to write his book like the book of Genesis, telling the genesis of the New World, the world of the New Beginning, where he figured Christ Jesus to be the 2° Adam or the First Newborn.

    “In the beginning was the Word  …  all things were made by him.” “logos” does not in itself denote personality. It is personified by the masculine gender in the a.v., The Diaglott avoids confusion by translating the pronouns in the neuter-“through it every thing was done.” An Old Testament parallel to the personification of logos is the personification of wisdom: “The LORD possessed me in the beginning of his way, before his works of old. I was set up from everlasting, from the beginning, or ever the earth was.” (Proverbs 8:22, 23). In this passage, wisdom is personified as a woman. (Proverbs 8:1, 2).
    John’s allusions in John 1 are drawn from Genesis 1 as point 3 outlines, thereby implying that the beginning refers to the same narrative and not to the ministry of Christ.

    Jeshua (jesus Christ) was the long awaited promised Messiah or Christ. John alludes in his writing to the creation recorded in Genesis. God spoke, and it was done (e.g. “And God said, Let there be light: and there was light.” (Genesis 1:3). Notice another allusion- John 1:7, 8). The coming into existence or being created was not accompanied by Christ, but by the “logos” of God. It was by God His Word, His Speaking, His Action, that the things came into existence and Jesus also came into existence, being placed in the womb of Miriam (Mary/Maria) That what Jehovah God had offered as a solution against death, now by the birth of Jesus came into existence because God had fore-said or told so.

    The “logos” is used of God’s message, and not of Christ himself. See (Hebrews 2:2; 4:2,12; 7:28; 12:19) and (Hebrews 13:7, 22).

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