Ask a neighbor, coworker, or family member “Who is Jesus Christ?” and you may be hard-pressed to find a clear and correct answer. If Christ is not the Savior of all mankind, our world is hopeless; if Christ is the Savior of the world, then we must worship Him. Jesus Christ represents the ideal of a perfect human being, who is an intermediator and a living connection between people and God. One way or another, Jesus is an ideal through which it is possible to get to God.
Jesus Christ was sent to the world from the reason to enable us get Salvation through him. But Jesus didn’t enter this world to save people from their sins only, but he came here together with God to enable him to save himself through Jesus. He was a living miracle, a supernatural work of God. He was conceived by the Holy Spirit, born, and lived without sin.
Today mainstream Christians respond by believing that Jesus was the Son of God. They point out that this was his own claim about himself. They think of him as a separate person of the divine trinity alongside God the Father and God the Holy Spirit. He looks for people whose love is real and strong and who have not lost that first love. They have been seen to have a healing quality directed not merely to some particular disease or misfortune but to the vital core of the individual, focusing as they on love and humility rather than demand and penalty.
He is always so much more than we could think of. I have come to realize that we limit ourselves big time if we don’t go further in our discovery of Jesus. He really is the most overwhelming reality that we can ever meet and experience in our lives. If you look towards Jesus, there is always that shining sun that arises and drives away all fear, pain and worries