There are several controversial issues concerning the existence of Jesus Christ. Many people say it is the Son of Joseph; many say it is the name of God. Some say he is an ordinary human being like you. But no matter the name you call Jesus Christ, He is more than that. The names of Jesus Christ and who he is are numerous. This article will help the researchers, the Minister of God, readers, and Christians. There are facts and Bible verses about Jesus Christ.

Jesus is the healer and miracle worker.

Jesus is a miracle worker. He brings out the possible from the impossible. He can make things happen where it seems nothing can happen. He creates ways where there is no way. Have you had any contact with Him in your prayer, worship, and other services? It will be well! Read Luke 18: 27; Mark 10: 27; Read the whole of John and Acts too.

Jesus is the perfecter and pioneer of faith.

Jesus Christ has been the foundation of everything. He pioneers and perfects our faith. When it seems, our faith shakes and is weak, Jesus Christ will perfect it. He also died for the world so that our faith in Him can be complete. Let our faith in Jesus Christ be strong. Read Hebrews 12: 2.

Jesus is the encourager.

Jesus Christ encourages and makes things right. He says we should believe in the name of the name, Jesus concerning what we are doing. Then, there will be a change. Let be encouraged, and do not be weary and discouraged. Encourage people too. It shall be well! Read John 11: 40.

Jesus is the Son of God.

Everyone, especially Christians should believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God. Those who can acknowledge that Jesus is the Son of God live in God and God too live in them. Read 1 John 4: 15; John 1: 14.

Jesus is eternal life.

Jesus is an eternal life because he gives the world eternal life. This eternal life is the one that cannot perish and no one can snatch it from anyone. It is the eternal life that will be the result of human beings. Are you preparing for eternal life? Read John 10: 28-30; Revelation 22: 12; John 17: 3.

Jesus is the Holy One.

Jesus showed the relationship with us all. Therefore, we are taught to show relationships with one another. When we show a relationship with one another, it means that we have the mindset of Christ Jesus. Read Philippians 2: 5.

Jesus is our eternal hope.

When we were in sins and transgressions, Jesus came and gave us hope. We hope to give us peace of mind and physical peace. He will settle the debts and terminate the punishment. Let our hope in Jesus Christ be strong. Read Isaiah53: 3-5.

Jesus is our savior.

Jesus Christ brought salvation. That is the pillar of our mission on this earth. There is no salvation anywhere except from Jesus Christ. Jesus Christ came to this world in the image of human beings and surrendered Himself to die for our salvation. Are you saved? Read Acts 4: 12; Ephesians 5: 2; Philippians 3: 20

Jesus is the lover of the world.

Jesus died for the world because He loved the world. God sent him to this perishable world to save people and to live through him. Do you love the people around you? Can you sacrifice yourself, your money, your time, and your possessions to others because of love? Read 1 John 4: 9; John 15: 12; John 3: 17.

Jesus is an omnipresent being.

You may not see Jesus physically but it exists; you may not see Jesus face to face but He is beside you. Jesus is omnipresent, omniscient and omnipotent. Let us be available for God’s work all the time. It shall be well with us. Read Mathew 18: 20.

Jesus is a good leader.

Jesus serves himself as a good leader. He is the one that can be emulated. He inspires the disciples and the followers to carry the cross and follow him. Are you a good leader? Are you a good mentor? Are you a good emulator? Read Mathew 10: 38.

Jesus is Lord.

We should believe and say that Jesus is the Lord. If you proclaim that Jesus is our Maker from your mouth, you will be saved. Do you know this Jesus? Have you been proclaiming the name of Jesus in your mouth? Read Romans 10: 9; 1 Peter 3: 15; Revelation 22: 21; 1 Corinthians 1: 9.

Jesus is a mediator.

Jesus stands between the sinners and God. He did a wonderful job by making a reconciliation between God and mankind. That is why mankind can have access to God. Let us be good mediators between two people. Read 1 Timothy 2: 5; Mark 10: 45.

Jesus is the foundation of peace.

Everyone is called to peace. That is, we must maintain peace wherever we found ourselves. Let the peace of Jesus Christ rule in your hearts. The reason is that we are one body of Christ. We Christians must allow peace everywhere and all the time. Read Colossians 3: 15.

Jesus is the light.

Jesus Christ is the light that shines in the heart and the body of the people. Jesus called himself the light that will shine in the darkness of the world. He promised that whosoever follows him will not walk in the darkness again but in the light. Are you the light of the world? Let your light shine on the world. Read John 8: 12; Hebrews 13: 8.

Jesus is a humble servant.

The nature that Jesus brought to the world is the nature of humility. He was born humbly; he was cared for humbly; he selected disciples humbly; he did his missions humbly; he endured sufferings humbly; he obeyed the death humbly on the cross! We must be humble in all ways. Read Philippian 2: 6-7; John 3: 30.

Jesus is the head of everything.

Jesus is the head of everything. He is the head of the family, the head of the church; the head of the nation; the head of the world, and the head of your life. He controls all that we do because He knows the beginning and the end. Have you made Jesus Christ your head in all things you are doing? Read Ephesians 4: 15; Colossians 2: 9-10.

Jesus is the Prince of peace.

There are many names of Jesus. The names are Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, and Prince of Peace. The book of Isaiah explained that the child would be born that would bear such name mentioned above. Jesus Christ bears such names. Call the Prince of Peace now to your life. Read Isaiah 9: 6.

Jesus is the initiator of the forgiveness of sins.

Every human being is forgiven through forgiveness. Through Jesus Christ, the world is free from sins. It may be difficult to receive the remission of sins if it is not the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. You as Christians too should forgive your offenders. Read Acts 13: 38-39.

Jesus is the gate to heaven.

Jesus called himself the gate to heaven. He is sure that no other gate and the way through which the people will go to heaven except through him. Through Jesus Christ also, we are saved. Are you aware at all? Do you believe that no other way to heaven except through Jesus Christ? Read John 10: 9.

Jesus is the Messiah.

Jesus asked his disciples who he was. Thank God for the life of Simon Peter who said that Jesus was the Messiah. The Messiah was the Son of God. Who is your messiah? Do you recognize Jesus as your messiah? Read Mathew 16: 15- 16; John 14: 2; Philippians 3: 20.

Jesus is life.

God has given us eternal life.  This means that the life that God gave us is in Jesus Christ. Jesus gave us life and the life is everlasting and eternal. We must appreciate this and serve Jesus Christ more. Read 1 John 5: 11; John 20: 29; 1 John 5: 5.

Jesus is the comforter and vine.

Jesus is our comforter. He said that he would not leave us like an orphan. He will calm our storms and winds of lives. He will not let you down. He will wipe off your sorrow. He is a vine. He will help to bear fruits and more fruits. Do you comfort people around you or do you mock them? Do you bear fruits as a Christian at all? Read John 14: 18; 15: 5.

Jesus is the deliverer.

The name of Jesus Christ is the name that is above all other names. In the name of Jesus Christ, all knells shall bow. All tongues will confess. The name delivers; it brings breakthroughs and power. God will deliver you from evil powers. Read Philippians 2: 9-10; Galatian 5: 1.


We have discussed facts and Bible verses about who Jesus is. Research has been done about Jesus. This article is a good resource for readers, researchers, Ministers of God, Christians, and churches.