Section 4 Understanding Salvation - 12 The Purpose, Life And Death Of Jesus Christ

Section 4: Understanding Salvation

The Purpose, Life and Death of Jesus Christ

Jesus Christ is true God and true man. This is what God wanted to impress on me. Oftentimes, this gets lost in the interpretation of Jesus’ various teaching. So, there is a tendency to see Jesus as someone separate from God, the actual son of God.

Question: I know that you, Jesus are God. Yet, when I pray before your image as Jesus or the Blessed Sacrament, I have a hard time calling you God or by your other names. I still see you as being human.

God’s answer:

INRI - abbreviation for the Latin "Iesus Nazarenus, Rex Iudaeorum" (Jesus the Nazarene, King of the Jews)


A heart with God’s name as EL (the one God), wearing His crown)


I Am the I AM

Holy is My name.

Meaning: He gives me a powerful visual to help me out.


I Am the I AM: YHWH means I AM the I AM. So, here God is saying: I (Jesus) am YHWH. God purposely states I Am the I AM to differentiate Himself as God, the Son (I Am) and God, the Father (I AM). So, I Am the I AM means, the Son and the Father are one.

Holy is My name: YHWH (Yahweh) is the name God gave to Moses. It is considered as the holiest name of God. YHWH is considered so holy that it is referred to as the “unutterable name of God1”, so the Jews use the name Adonai instead.

Holy is My name also refers to God, as the Holy Spirit. “Holy” is the essence of God’s being. This broadens the sculpture’s meaning to Jesus is the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit ---He is the Holy Trinity ---the One God (EL).

In other words He reiterates that Jesus, YHWH, Adonai, The Holy Spirit, El, Elohim is the one and the same ONE God.

I save: The cross is the symbol of our salvation. This sculpture also means that when He freed the Israelites from slavery, He introduced Himself as YHWH. When He came to save the world from the slavery of sin, He called Himself Jesus.

So, when one is praying to Jesus, one is praying to God.

“If you know Me, then you will also know My Father. From now on you do know Him and have seen Him.” (John 14:7)

As God said, we have a tendency to compartmentalize Him as The Father, The Son and The Holy Spirit. Compartmentalize means "to separate (something) into sections or categories; to separate (two or more things) from each other; to put (something) in a place that is separate from other things."2 Hopefully the chapters in this section will clear up this confusion.

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