In the book of beginnings, Genesis, Jesus is introduced to us with the Father and the Holy Spirit, as co-creator of heaven and earth. He is the seed of the woman who bruised Satan's head.
In Exodus, He is the Paschal Lamb, whose blood was sprinkled on the lintel of the Israelites' houses, averting God's judgement and securing their salvation from Egyptian bondage. By implication, His blood secured both our salvation from sin and eternal salvation in heaven.
In Leviticus, He is presented as the Lawgiver and the High Priest who pleads our cause before God and makes atonement for our sin with His precious blood.
In Numbers, He is portrayed as the Serpent of Brass lifted up in the wilderness for the Israelites bitten by the fiery serpents to look upon and me saved.
He is the Pillar of Cloud by day and Fire by night providing guidance through the wilderness journey.
In Deuteronomy, He is the prophet like Moses, raised up for the deliverance of His people from bondage.
In Joshua, He is the Captain of the Army of Israel, leading His children in life's battles and ensuring victory.
In Judges, He is the Final Judge who will judge the whole world in righteousness.
In Ruth, He is the near Kinsman and Restorer of our life.
In First and Second Samuel, He is revealed as our Trusted Prophet.
In First and Second Kings and Chronicles, He is our reigning King.
In Ezra, He is our Faithful Scribe.
In Nehemiah, He is the Rd-builder of the broken walls of lives.
In Esther, He is our Mordecai, seeking the wealth of His people and speaking peace to all His seed.
In Job, He is our ever living Redeemer.
In Psalms, He is the Lord, our Shepherd.
In Proverbs and Ecclesiastes, He is our wisdom.
In Songs of Solomon, He is our Lover and Bridegroom who will soon come to take His Bride, home to heaven.
In Isaiah, He is the Prince of Peace.
In Jeremiah, He is the Righteous Judge.
In Lamentions, He is our weeping Prophet.
In Ezekiel, He is the wonderful four-faced Man.
In Daniel, He is the fourth Man In the fiery furnace that prevents His own from being consumed In Hosea, He is the faithful Groom who demonstrates great love and affection for His Bride, the Church despite her unfaithfulness.
In Joel, He is the Baptiser of the Holy Spirit and the Hope of Restoration for HMissionarff.
In Amos, He is our Burden-Bearer
In Obadiah, He is the mighty One to save and deliver His people.
In Jonah, He is presented as the foreign Missionary, willing to go to preach the gospel.
In Micah, He is the Messenger with the beautiful feet of glad tidings.
In Nahum, He is a Stronghold in the day of trouble and the Avenger of God's elect.
In Habbakkuk, He is the visionary Evangelist, crying for revival of God's work.
In Zephaniah, He is our Saviour and King.
In Haggai, He is the Restorer of God's lost heritage.
In Zechariah, He is the Fountain, opened up In the house of David for sin and for uncleaness.
In Malachi, He is the Sun of righteousness, rising with healing in His wings.
In Matthew, He is King and Messiah.
In Mark, He is the servant-God and the miracle-Worker
In Luke, He is Son of man, touched with the feeling of our infirmities
In John, He is the Son of God, the Lamb of God that takes away the sin of the world and the true Vine.
In Acts, He is Saviour of the world.
In Romans, He is the Justifier of the unjust and the righteousness of God.
In First Corinthians, He is Rock that followed us.
In Second Corinthians, He is the Triumphant One, giving victory to His people.
In Galatians, He is our Liberty, redeeming us from the curse of the law.
In Ephesians, He is the Head of the Church.
In Philippians, He is our Joy and the Supplier.
In Colossians, He is the image of the invisible God and the fullness of the Godhead bodily.
In Thessalonians, He is the soon coming King and our Hope of the Rapture.
In Timothy, He is the Mediator between God and Man.
In Philemon, He is the friend that sticks closer than a brother and Our Benefactor.
In Titus, He is the faithful Pastor.
In Hebrews, He is a priest forever after the order of Melchisedec. Priest of the new and everlasting covenant, touched with feeling of our infirmities.
In James, He is the Lord of glory and the Lawgiver.
In First Peter, He is the Chief Shepherd and Bishop of our soul.
In Second Peter, He is the long suffering Lord, not willing that any should perish.
In First, Second and Third John, He is the Word of life and our Everlasting Love.
In Jude, He is the Lord coming with ten thousands of His Saints to execute judgement upon the earth.
In Revelation, He is the King of kings, and Lord of lords.
Behold the Man Jesus!