You Can Find Jesus in Every Book of the Bible
Gregory Dickow
I don’t have a complicated message: I want to encourage people with the good news of God’s unconditional love—and to see that reality change their thinking and their emotions.

You can find Jesus in every book of the Bible... In Psalms, He’s the good shepherd—the goodness and mercy that follows you. In Proverbs, He’s the wisdom of God; the understanding; the revelation. In Ecclesiastes, He’s meaning of life. In Song of Solomon, He is the lover of our souls. In Isaiah, He is the prince of peace; wonderful counselor. In Jeremiah, He’s the potter—and we’re the clay. In Ezekiel, He’s the son of man; He breathes LIFE into what’s dead. In Daniel, He’s the 4th man in the fire—He’s the fire that consumes the fire. In Lamentations, He’s the weeping prophet; He’s the mercy that’s new every morning; He’s the faithfulness that never comes to an end. In Hosea, He’s faithful bridegroom married to the rejected harlot—the sinner—the broken one. In Joel, He’s the restorer of the years. In Amos, He’s the burden bearer; He’s the one who walks with you. In Obadiah, He’s the mighty savior. In Jonah, He’s the merciful and forgiving god. In Micah, He’s the messenger with beautiful feet. In Nahum, He’s the avenger of God’s people. In Habakkuk, He’s the great evangelist crying for revival. In Zephaniah, He’s the restorer of God’s lost heritage. In Haggai, He’s the cleansing fountain. In Zachariah, He’s the merciful father and covenant keeper. In Mal, He is the son of righteousness rising with healing in His wings. In Matt, He’s the savior king. In Mark, He’s the savior servant. In Luke, He’s the savior son of man. In John, Jesus is the savior son of God. In Acts, He’s the risen resurrected God. In Romans, He’s the justifier of sinners. In 1 & 2 Corinthians, He’s the giver of gifts of the spirit—the definition of love. In Galatians, He’s the giver of grace & freedom. In Ephesians, He’s the unsearchable riches of God; He’s the depth of God’s love.