Jesus, the Son of God


The discussion explores the connections between Jesus as the Son of God in the Old Testament, focusing on key verses and prophecies. It delves into how these connections foreshadow Jesus’s role and sacrifice, particularly drawing parallels between Jesus and Isaac in Genesis 22.


  • 📜 The term “Son of God” is used 46 times in the Bible, all in the New Testament, highlighting Jesus’s unique identity.
  • 📜 John 3:16 establishes Jesus as the “only begotten son” of God, setting a foundational understanding.
  • 📜 Genesis 3:15 presents the first prophecy of Christ as the seed of the woman, indicating his role in defeating sin.
  • 📜 Genesis 22 prophesies about Christ through Abraham, foreshadowing Jesus’s sacrifice and resurrection.
  • 📜 Parallels between Isaac’s sacrifice and Jesus’s sacrifice highlight Christ’s embodiment in Isaac and God’s role as the father of Christ.
  • 📜 The discussion emphasises the interconnectedness of the Old and New Testaments, portraying them as complementary chapters in one overarching narrative.


Christianity, Bible study, prophecy

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