* The "Son of Man" (Mark 14:61-62) - is a title often applied by Jesus to Himself. It is an allusion to Daniel 7:13-14.

* "The Christ" (Matthew 16:16) - is a translation of the Hebrew “Māšîaḥ”, the Messiah, and is used as a title for Jesus in the New Testament.

* "Lord" (Romans 10:9) - a name for God; it means that he has authority, or 'master'; Adonai in Hebrew .

* "Messiah" (John 4:25) - literally means " The Anointed one."

* "Leader and Savior" (Acts 5:31) – His being leader is a matter related to His authority.

* "Redeemer" (Isaiah 49:26) - Jesus Christ as having brought redemption to mankind.

* "Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace." (Isaiah 9:6)
- The prophecy will reach its consummation at Christ’s second coming.

* "The Son of God" (Matthew 4:3) - is a title applied uniquely to Jesus and in various ways to other people, even nations.

* "High priest" (Hebrews 6:20) - It means one who is holy or set apart to perform those services.

* "The Way, and the Truth, and the Life" (John 14:6) - is one of the seven “I Am” statements of Jesus.

* "The Light of the World" (John 8:12) - is the second of seven “I Am” declarations of Jesus, recorded only in John’s gospel, that point to His unique divine identity and purpose.

* "The Bread of Life" (John 6:35, 48) - it states that "The bread of God fell from heaven and gives life to the world." It seems "the bread of life" has the meaning "bread that gives life.

* "The Alpha and the Omega" (Revelation 21:6) - Alpha is the first letter in the Greek alphabet and Omega is the last. Together these two letters form a monogram or symbol for one of the names of Jesus Christ, meaning "the Beginning and the End."

* "The Good Shepherd" (John 10:11) - Jesus is referencing His inherent goodness, His righteousness, and His beauty. As shepherd of the sheep, He is the one who protects, guides, and nurtures His...

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