Jesus from Genesis to Revelation

21 Nov

In Appendix 1 of his book, The Power of God’s Names, pastor and author includes a chart describing how Jesus is portrayed in each book of the Bible. Please click on the link to download a pdf copy of the chart.


From cover to cover, the Bible offers us insight into Jesus’ character and purpose. These descriptions from the 66 books of the Bible aren’t actual names, but they give us a deeper and clearer glimpse into the one who has come as Immanuel to the be the living fulfillment and manifestation of God’s names.


In Genesis, He is the Creator God
In Exodus, He is your Redeemer
In Leviticus, He is your sanctification
In Numbers, He is your guide
In Deuteronomy, He is your teacher
In Joshua, He is the mighty conqueror
In Judges, He gives you victory over your enemies
In Ruth, He is your kinsman, your lover, your redeemer
In 1 Samuel, He is the root of Jesse
In 2 Samuel, He is the Son of David
In 1 and 2 Kings, He is the King of kings and Lord of Lords
In 1 and 2 Chronicles He is your intercessor and high priest
In Ezra, He is your temple, your house of worship
In Nehemiah, He is your mighty wall, protecting you from your enemies
In Esther, He stands in the gap to deliver you from your enemies
In Job, He is the arbitrator who not only understands your struggles but also has the power to do something about them
In Psalms, He is your song and your reason to sing
In Proverbs, He is your wisdom, helping you make sense of life and live it successfully
In Ecclesiastes, He is your purpose, delivering you from vanity
In the Song of Solomon, He is your lover, your Rose of Sharon
In Isaiah, He is the Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, and Prince of Peace
In Jeremiah, He is your balm of Gilead, the soothing salve for your sin-sick soul
In Lamentations, He is the ever-faithful one on whom you can depend
In Ezekiel, He is your wheel in the middle of a wheel—the one who assures that dead, dry bones will come alive again
In Daniel, He is the Ancient of Days, the everlasting God who never runs out of time
In Hosea, He is your faithful lover, always beckoning you to come back—even when you have abandoned Him
In Joel, He is your refuge, keeping you safe in times of trouble
In Amos, He is the husbandman, the one you can depend on to stay by your side
In Obadiah, He is Lord of the kingdom
In Jonah, He is your salvation, bringing you back in His will
In Micah, He is judge of the nation
In Nahum, He is the jealous God
In Habakkuk, He is the holy one
In Zephaniah, He is the witness
In Haggai, He overthrows the enemies
In Zechariah, He is Lord of hosts
In Malachi, He is the messenger of the covenant
In Matthew, He is King of the Jews
In Mark, He is the servant
In Luke He is the Son of Man, feeling what you feel
In John, He is the Son of God
In Romans, He is the righteousness of God
In 1 Corinthians, He is the rock that followed Israel
In 2 Corinthians, He is the triumphant one, giving victory
In Galatians, He is your liberty, setting you free
In Ephesians, He is the head of the church
In Philippians, He is your joy
In Colossians, He is your completeness
In 1 Thessalonians, He is your hope
In 2 Thessalonians, He is your glory
In 1 Timothy, He is your faith
In 2 Timothy, He is your stability
In Titus, He is God our Savior
In Philemon, He is your benefactor
In Hebrews, He is your perfection
In James, He is the power behind your faith
In 1 Peter, He is your example
In 2 Peter, He is your purity
In 1 John, He is your life
In 2 John, He is your pattern
In 3 John, He is your motivation
In Jude, He is the foundation of your faith
In Revelation, He is your coming King.


Author Unknown, Cited in The Power of God’s Names, by Tony Evans


Posted by on November 21, 2014 in Bible Study, Books, Quotes, Theology


4 responses to “Jesus from Genesis to Revelation

  1. Lee Lamagdeleine

    November 21, 2014 at 9:40 am

    this is a great tool to have…..Thank You for sharing it.

    • wheelsms

      November 21, 2014 at 9:41 am

      You are welcome. Glad you found it helpful.

      Mark Wheeler

      “Wherever you are, be all there. Live to the hilt every situation you believe to be the will of God.” Jim Elliot

  2. Marcus Ampe

    December 1, 2014 at 7:38 am

    It seem s you are mixing up two different persons, 1. The only One Eternal God, a Spirit and 2. God His son, Jeshua (Jesus Christ).

    • wheelsms

      December 1, 2014 at 9:29 am


      Thanks for your comment. As I mentioned in the post, I was not the author of the chart, but borrowed it from a book I was reading. That being said, I don’t think the author is confusing God the Father and God the Son. Scripture teaches that while there is only one God, he exists in three persons. God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit are co-equal and co-eternal. The chart illustrates how Scripture describes the person and work of Jesus.

      Mark Wheeler

      “Wherever you are, be all there. Live to the hilt every situation you believe to be the will of God.” Jim Elliot


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