This booklet was written by an Iranian pastor. It was written for the specific purpose of reaching Muslims. It addresses the main objections made by Muslims and brings them the Gospel in a clear way which they understand.
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Some people think that we are trying to make Jesus greater then he really is. They believe there is no difference between him and the rest of the prophets. They feel that they are all on the same level, but we are just saying what God has said about him. We are not making him great, he is great. Now we invite you to notice some quotes which answer questions about Jesus with a sincere heart:
- Jesus’ name was unique
- Jesus’ birth is not ordinary
- His titles are incomparable
- His teaching and his miracles are incomparable
- The price he has paid for the sins of men is wonderful
- His raising from the dead is wonderful
- And finally, his message for the world is unique
Why did God act differently just for his birth out of all other men? If we pay special attention,, we’ll find out that he couldn’t have even a little bit of sin on him due to the responsibility he had, which is why the Holy God brought him into the world differently.
When Gabriel met Mary he brought her a commandment from God. He told her name the baby boy “Jesus”. Also when the angel met those shepherds in the desert, he told them that Christ the Lord has come to the world and that’s why we know him as Jesus Christ. In Hebrew, the language with which they were speaking, Jesus means “savior” and Christ means “chosen one” so, we find out that the name, Jesus Christ which was chosen by God, means “chosen savior.” Why did God only consider him as the one worthy to receive such a name amongst all the prophets? For the only responsibility of the prophets was leading the people, but saving the people was Jesus’ responsibility and only his.