Jesus as Prophet and as Lamb

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Dr. Brown discusses Jesus as the Lamb who was slain and as the Prophet like Moses.

Hour 1:
Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: Jesus did not come as an armed rebel. Jesus did not come to fight as human beings fought. His weapons are of a whole different order. Those are the weapons He has given us, and through the power of sacrificial love, being full of the Spirit, and exalting Jesus we can change the world!


Hour 2:

 

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: Jesus the Prophet spoke the truth to His generation. Like prophets in the past, he was rejected. Like prophets in the past, he was killed. But this prophet was different. He rose from the dead and He said, “Heaven and earth will pass away, but my words will never pass away.”

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10 Comments
  1. Dr. Brown,
    One of my professors in school was a wise Orthodox Jewish man He once remarked in one of our Master’s (Comparative Religion) seminars that he did not understand why people are so quick to accept as fact something just because it is written; even great scholars make terrible mistakes. As a seeker of facts, he told us, we need to examine the evidence and go in the direction it points regardless of the consequences.
    When considering whether to accept Jesus as the Jewish Messiah and be baptized, I listened attentively to your arguments and to those of the rabbis you encountered. My impression confirms your recent experience with the rabbis. For the purpose of upholding their tradition, the rabbis all too frequently seem to either offer tortuous interpretations of Scripture or they just don’t stick with the evidence and end up making stuff up, hoping that their position of authority persuades the uneducated or rallies the choir. This observation was what helped me to take the plunge (pun may have been intended) into discipleship.

  2. Dr. Brown,
    I was watching a show on Gematria the other day (even though you said it is merely men playing with numbers), and it said that 2012 was to be “a year noted and marked as a time of redemption [for the Jews]” and then you mentioned all the things which were happening for the Jews… WOW…

  3. signs of times from a watchman on the wall:
    1) Turkey’s argument supporting genocide of Armenia was very similar to Hitler’s excuse for the pogroms; yet they want to host the Iran-U.N. security council talks.
    2) With a green light, Israel might begin building the Third Temple this year; what do they have to lose?
    3) LDS prophecy strongly supports building 3rd Temple in Jerusalem (on their own terms, which they must realize ain’t gonna happen); but I would never tell you to vote for Romney like 150 Church leaders have told you to vote for a Catholic 🙂
    In Him, Ron M.

  4. Dr. Brown,

    I am so pleased to hear you once in a while on the radio station KPDQ, Portland, Or.,when I awaken early. How I appreciate your answers and input. Thank you for your encouragement. I like the way you are able to answer these serious questions, you are a very gifted and intelligent person that God has blessed and will continue to bless.

    Your new friend for Life,
    Lorraine Mix

  5. Gifted and intelligent; I concur. Now, this can be used for the glory of GOD, or it can become an idol.

    My daughter is ready to leave her husband and infant because she thinks ‘ministry’ is the stage and spotlight rather than marriage and family, and is what Jesus requires.

    @15 years ago an A of G pastor told me in essence that all clergy are Moses and I will proceed no further for not doing everything he said. (2 Tim. 3:8,9). But you aren’t Moses, and you aren’t Paul, and here I am. In the name of Jesus, help me break this curse and turn it into a blessing.

    I am not against leadership; I am agaisnt the idolatry of leadership. The Church should be the head, and not the tail; we should not be instructing the flock on who to vote for. I think the Republican debates have gone well. But whoever wins will go up against the best orator since Daniel Webster (without the substance). If we don’t repent of our obsession over the silver screen, we may be forming the antichrist rather than helping build a great awakening, assuming GOD will allow it.

    If I weren’t a Christian, I would take everything the Democrats offered without a second thought. Why? Because I have a handicapped son, and the most the Church has offered me is condemnation for not being rich and famous. Propsperity faith teaching is almost indistinguishable from Hindu karma: if my son isn’t healed, it’s solely my fault for not having enough faith? Clergy have no responsibility whatsoever except to defend GOD? None of the candidates, Obama included, have told us how slashing all social programs in half is going to help caregivers. Will both the clergy and gov’t. pass by us with your noses in the air and let us die?

    In Him, Ron M.

  6. Whether you post the “awaiting moderation” blog or not (no blame if you don’t; let’s see how brave you are) hyperbole and eccentric behavior has been part of the prophetic voice since GOD called Noah to his ministry.

    What good did the Occupy Wall Street demonstrations do? It is in the back of everyone’s mind as they watch the debates. If no one cares about the poor, what are we trying so hard to defend?

    In other parts of the world, people have to consider meeting live bullets just for gathering. I suggest that these Muslims are much closer to true martyrs than suicide bombers. These kinds of things aren’t being discussed, but should be. The Lamb of GOD is also the Lion of Judah. This is not contradiction, but revelation.

    In Him, Ron M.

  7. I may as well finish this and be done with it (did I hear a ‘Yay’?! 2 blogs ‘awaiting moderation’).
    Four years ago, I was branded a traitor for not bowing to ‘Queen Esther’. But ‘Joel’s Army’ is a plague of locusts; read it for yourself. Dr. Brown, I am asking YOU to help me turn this curse into a blessing (with GOD’s help, of course).
    I hve presented my defense; now, by the blood of the Lamb and the word of my testimony, I ask GOD to help me forgive and be free from this. Shabbat Shalom.

    In Jesus’ love and name, Ron David Metcalf

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