Why is Jesus called the Son of God?

November 30, 2020

Have you ever wondered why Jesus is called the Son of God in the bible? This is a brief bible study that will help you understand a little bit more about why he is called the Son of God. What does, “Son of God” mean and why is Jesus called that? In this video Bible study, we look at John 20 where Jesus is called the Son of God. In that chapter, it is made clear that everyone who believes that Jesus is the Son of God will have life in His name. One of the scriptures that we look at is Psalm 2 where God is mentioned that God has a son. We also explore Matthew 3:17 where Jesus is baptized and God speaks from heaven and calls Jesus His “beloved Son”. The final scripture that we look at is in John 3:16: “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life.” Do you have more questions about who Jesus is? We also have some other resources to help you know more about Jesus. Check out this recent post we added to find out more! This is a post exploring another question about why Jesus was called the Son of David. For more information about our ministry, please check out this page and be sure to sign up for our email list to stay in...
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Take the City

For the past few years, we have seen churches from all different backgrounds gather together in unified prayer, worship and outreach.  As a result, we’ve seen so many people step into a lifestyle of freedom to pursue God, to share their stories with others and to reach people with God’s love.

We are inviting you to come join us for an unforgettable weekend as people from all over the area are gathering together to see our city forever changed! Friday night we will have a powerful time of worship and prayer. Saturday we will gather together for a time of training and then we will send out teams all over the area to share the love of Christ!

United in Prayer // Friday @ 6:30pm (Prayer & Worship Night)

Take the City //  Saturday @ 12:30pm (Training & Outreach)

Both of these events will be held in the Teen Challenge building off River Road in Columbus.

The address is – 5304 Hurst Dr, Columbus GA.

This event is in coordination with Chattahoochee Valley House of Prayer, Take The City and Eminent Worship and various local churches from the area!