Branch: A Title of the Messiah — Described in 3 Ways

Studying Bible Prophecy

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In my study I have come up with eight titles and descriptions of Christ, which will be used in the millennial kingdom that depicts His deity.  In this post we will look at the title simply called Branch.

 

This title may seem odd, however, it gives us a vivid picture of His origin, His humble life, and His glory. First of all then, in this picture we see that God has caused His human life to spring forth from the roots and stem of Jesse and David.  And because He is descended from them, this is a validation to us that He is the Messiah; so He is called “a righteous Branch of David.”

Jeremiah 33:14-15

‘ Behold, days are coming,’ declares the Lord,’ when I will fulfill the good word which I have spoken concerning the house of Israel and the house of Judah. 15 ‘In…

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2 Responses to Branch: A Title of the Messiah — Described in 3 Ways

  1. James J. S. Johnson says:

    One of the comforting things about Bible prophecy, to me at least, is that it demonstrates and illustrates how the Lord has human history under control, not just a little, but even unto the small details. He sovereignly orchestrates the lives of birds — and we are more valuable than they — and He even paints beauty onto/into their little feathery lives, as illustrated by the scarlet epaulet on that red-winged blackbird.

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