To Jacob, he was the Scepter.
To King David, he was his Lord.
To Isaiah, he was Immanuel.
To the Wisemen, he was the King.
To the shepherds, he was the Lamb.
To his parents, he was the son of God.
To the angels, he was the Good News.
To John the Baptist, he was the Lamb of God.
To his disciples, he was the Lord.
To the Pharisees and scribes, he was a Teacher, a man, trouble.
To the slave, he is Master and Redeemer.
To the sick, he was the Healer.
To the blind men, he was the Son of David.
To the weak, he is their Strength.
To the lost, he is the Way.
To Lazarus, he was Life.
To many Jews, then and now, he is the Messiah.
To Pilate, he was the King of the Jews.
To Peter, he was the Messiah, the Son of the Living God, the Cornerstone.
To Old Testament scholars, he is the Fulfillment of Prophecy.
To the demons, he is Jesus of Nazareth, the Holy One of God, the Son of the Most High God.
To the Father, He is the Son.
To me, he is my Everything!!

“But what about you,” he (Jesus) asked, “who do you say that I am?”
Matthew 16:15

Food for thought: Jesus said this about himself: “I am the Alpha and the Omega, the root and the descendant of David, the bright morning Star, the Son of Man, the Bread of Life, the Light of the world, I AM, the Good Shepherd, the Door, the Resurrection and the Life, the True Vine, the Truth, the Bridegroom, the Author.

Fun facts: God the Father spoke to Jesus audibly and publicly 3x in his ministry: 1) at his baptism, 2) at the Transfiguration, 3) before the crucifixion.
(Matthew 3:16-17, Matthew 17:5-6, John 12:27-29)

Photo by: Kari Wiseman – His love held him there