My research for writing The True Messiah was accomplished using the new King James Scofield Study Bible, The King James Version Study Bible, and the Holman Bible Dictionary. Along with many other books I have studied through the years, it has been my desire to study about Jesus known as the Son of God.
The day Jesus came into my life, I mean really came into my life, it was an even of such unspeakable joy. I have always known of Him since childhood, but when I found myself all alone and pressed down not knowing what to do or where to go, that’s when He found me. I now know Jesus as the Son of Almighty God, the God of heaven who created all things, the Eternal God, who in agreement with Yahweh, was born into the world to take away the sins of the world.
The Messiah was sent to bear witness of the truth and to comfort those who mourned. I needed to be free, I needed peace of mind, and I needed to know more about this Jesus who was able to take away my pain. I felt alone, and at that time all I wanted was not to live because of the hurt; it was like my heart had been crushed. This Wonderful Counselor, the Almighty God, the Everlasting Father, the Prince of Peace brought His peace into my life.
I started to pray more about the hurt I was feeling inside, the hurt that needed to be mended. As a child I learned from my father and my grandmother that prayer would change anything when it is coming from the heart. Matthew 6:33 says, “Seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things will be added to you.” So, prayer became very important to me and as I spent more time in prayer, I found myself getting stronger, not wanting to give up but asking for mercy and just being thankful for God’s love.
By searching the scriptures about Jesus the Messiah and the kingdom of God, I find the Kingdom of God to be centered on the Messiah and His pan for mankind. I find Him to be more than you and I can ever imagine. He teaches us how to experience a life worth living even through the rough times, even through the pain, and what our purpose in life is all about. When I was in my deepest pain, God answered my prayer.
After experiencing His peace, I then prayed, asking what His will for my life was. In the darkness of the night as I was sleeping, His spirit clearly said to me, write my book about My Son.
I was amazed, for surely I felt that I was more slow of speech than many others and not having the knowledge or the understanding of the learned. But every word of God is pure. He is a shield to those who put their trust in Him. Proverbs1:7 reads, “The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge, but fools despise wisdom and instruction.” We are not qualified to have the knowledge of God unless our mind is brought into obedience to Him. And this is what happened to me. I had to let go of myself and trust God’s word to express who He now was in my life. Now to share with you from scripture to scripture what has been hidden about the name Jesus the Messiah, the Son of God, is truly fascinating and an awesome calling.
I have always loved Jesus, but when you think you know someone, and when you love that person you want to know more about that person. This is the way it was with Jesus. I needed to experience His love to stop the pain. I needed to experience that one-on-one love relationship He wanted with me. This God who made me, who formed me, who covered me in my mother’s womb is the God I needed to know to stop the pain and I wanted to call Him by name. This is the reason the Bible says, “Seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness,” because He provides eternal salvation through His Son.
I began to find peace by writing this book about the Son of God, for He is who He say He is, the Good Shepherd. I found peace that will last forever; the peace that comes only from God, His presence, His love, and His understanding of my pain when no one else could. Only God can give us the gift of peace in all it’s fullness with the freedom from distress and fear.
It is amazing how God has given me a new life. Now the beauty of it is that His grace has filled me with hope and given a life full of joy and peace of mind. I have attained the faith to trust Him with my heart for out of the heart, spring the issues of life. The heart must be the storehouse of divine attributes and these must be treasured. To know Jesus’ true identity, the identity of the True Messiah, is what I was called to share with you and the hidden revelations that I have learned.
The book of the Messiah is about love, hope and truth, the love of His people Israel and how He saved them. Learn about the hope you can find in the Messiah by trusting in His name and the hidden truth of God that brings life. As we search the scriptures, we will find the truth that has been hidden and is now being revealed. In Proverbs 25:2 we read, “It is the glory of God to conceal a matter, but the honor of kings is to search out a matter.” I found this to mean for us to search out the secrets of God and His Son the Messiah, the deep things of God. As we study, I pray your hearts and minds will be open, and that you will let got and let the Holy Spirit take full control for your travel on this journey that will take you deeper into the relationship God planned for you. Let’s start from the beginning. Are you ready? Let’s pray.
The book of the Messiah is about love, hope and truth, the love of His people Israel and how He saved them. Learn about the hope you can find in the Messiah by trusting in His name and the hidden truth of God that brings life. As we search the scriptures, we will find the truth that has been hidden and is now being revealed. In Proverbs 25:2 we read, “It is the glory of God to conceal a matter, but the honor of kings is to search out a matter.” I found this to mean for us to search out the secrets of God and His Son the Messiah, the deep things of God. As we study, I pray your hearts and minds will be open, and that you will let go and let the Holy Spirit take full control for your travel on this journey that will take you deeper into the relationship God planned for you.