The Mission of Jesus the Messiah

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WindRiver Publishing, Inc., 2003 - Biography & Autobiography - 225 pages
AsThe Mission of Jesus the Messiahtraces the Savior's mission, it briefly discusses his role in the premortal life as the foreordained Savior and Creator of the world and his role as the great Jehovah of Old Testament times. It continues by relating the New Testament narrative of his mortal birth and childhood, and when John the Baptist (the forerunner) testifies of him and baptized him, the begging of his earthly ministry.



The story then proceeds to the culmination of Christ's earthly ministry and the events of his last week of life: the Last Supper, the betrayal, the agony in the garden, the arrest, the trials, and the cruelties and indignities he suffered before his death. It further recounts the joy he brought to the righteous men and women in the spirit world prior to his resurrection. After his resurrection he appeared to and taught his disciples in both the Old World and the New. The book ends with a review of the Apostasy, the Restoration, a brief discussion of the Second Coming, and the promise of a glorious resurrection (and for the righteous, eternal life).

 

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Contents

Introduction
1
In the Beginning
7
And the Word Was Made Flesh
15
The Forerunner
45
To Fulfill All Righteousness
63
Sacred Times
83
In the Valley of the Shadow
107
The Trials
120
It Is Finished
143
He Is Risen
160
The Way the Truth and the Life
177
Jesus the Messiah
195
Subject Index
215
Copyright

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About the author (2003)

E. Keith Howick is a long-time student of the Bible and follower of Jesus Christ. He counts as a personal ministry his efforts to magnify the name of the Lord and preach His word to the world.

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