Wednesday, April 11, 2007

Who Is Jesus?

In chemistry, he turned water to wine.
In biology, he was born without the normal conception.
In physics, he disapproved the law of gravity when he ascended into heaven.
In economics, he disapproved the law of diminishing return by feeding 5,000 men with two fishes & 5 loaves of bread.
In medicine, he cured the sick and the blind without administering a single dose of drugs.
In history, he is the beginning and the end.
In government, he said that he shall be called wonderful counselor, prince of peace.
In religion, he said no one comes to the father except through him.
So, who is He?
He is Jesus!
He is my Lord and my Savior.
In God I've found everything!

16 comments:

RoseMary said...

What a great post, Susan. He is Everything! Thanks for visiting my blog. I hope you'll come back. I've been reading around on yours and it is great--I'll be back later to read more!

kristi at everyday woman said...

Love it! Thanks for reading everyday woman and I will be back many times. I've added you to my favorites! This is a great post and I so enjoyed reading it this morning. I felt like I had done my devotional already when I was done.

~Ginger said...

Amen!

jennifer said...

Wonderful. I really like this and I am going to use this today in school!

~ Amy ~ said...

I love it Susan. I also love the one on the sidebar about who we let walk with us. Very inspiring!

Lori B said...

Love this post. Very nice.

Trella said...

Love it! Every time I see this somewhere I think I like it even more.

Candy said...

Just wanted to pop by and say Hi to you today :)
Hugs,
candy

~~Mikki Jo said...

bSusan, I've enjoyed your blog so much. It really has touched my heart. I am very happy to know you are a sister in the Lord. Your testimony sounded much like my own. It wasn't until I personally knew Jesus Christ that I found true joy in my salvation. I had never heard it put the way you did, about an historic Jesus, but boy ain't that the truth. I sadly think that's how he is viewed by a lot of people. I raised in a Southern Baptist Church, but really found the Lord in a small Pentecostal church. We have been going to Grace Covenant Church of God for about 13 years now though, but that little church where Jesus met me at the alter that night holds a sweet place in my heart. You have truly been an inspiration to me Susan. I've been going through a lot that I've not mentioned on my blog, but I want you to know that your blog has truely ministered to me today. God bless you. I'm adding you to my favorites and I can't wait to come back to visit you!

Mountain Mama said...

I love this! I's going to spread it around. Thanks for sharing.

Tina said...

I have never heard that, but I like it!

Momma Roar said...

That is great!!

I too love your new comment on your sidebar, God Determines!

Good stuff Susan!

Momma Roar said...

...and...I'm so glad you added the clock. I find it fun to see what hour it is where all my friends are! I added one too, so I can keep track of how long I've been on the computer, lol

Karen said...

Amen, Susan! How can some not believe.....

Susan Kelly Skitt said...

Yes, Jesus is our all in all!

groovyoldlady said...

Amen and Amen!