“Therefore God has highly exalted him and bestowed on him the name that is above every name,”
Jesus is a powerful name. In the name of Jesus miracles happen and prayers are answered. At the name of Jesus demons flee and every knee bows. For there is no other name under heaven given among men by which we must be saved (Acts 4:12). Jesus saves!
But have you ever noticed how many names and titles are given to Jesus in the Bible. For example, some of the names and titles given to Jesus are: Christ, Emmanuel, Master, Son of God, Son of Man, Word, Lamb of God, Light of the World, King of the Jews, Rabbi and Messiah. Overall it is said there are about 700 names and titles that can be referenced to in Scripture. Have you ever considered why God gave so many names and titles to His only Son?
Names in the Bible have significant meanings. The Old Testament name given to Joshua means “Savior” or “Deliverer” as he delivered God’s people into the Promise Land. A New Testament name given to Peter means “Rock” as he was the first to build the Church. So the names and titles given to Jesus actually describe his attributes and character and describe who He is and how He works in the lives of so many people.
As you read Scripture that denotes a specific name or title given to Jesus, stop for a moment and discover how God wants you to know Him. By doing this you will build a more intimate relationship with Jesus. Plus it will give you a broader perspective of what Jesus can do in your life. The more we know about Jesus, the more we become like Jesus.
Praise God for sending Jesus and for who He is to you. You will be blessed in doing so.