John 1:1 ESV

In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.

The Word Was Made Flesh
Christians must know Jesus well so that they can discern between the Christ of Scripture and the Christ that other religions claim to honor.
What does it mean that the Word became flesh (John 1:14)?
What does it mean that the Word became flesh (John 1:14)? Does the Word becoming flesh refer to God becoming a human being in the Person of Jesus Christ?
Lesson 4: The Word Became Flesh (John 1:14)
Expository study of John: Jesus, the eternal Word, is God in human flesh, glorious as the only Son from the Father, full of grace and truth.
Christmas [2006]: The Eternal Word Made Flesh (John 1:1, 14)
Expository Christmas Message: Because Jesus Christ is the eternal God in human flesh, we must trust Him as Savior and follow Him as Lord.
The Word Became Flesh
Lets go back to John chapter 1 and talk a little bit about the coming of the Lord Jesus Christ, back to John chapter 1. I think this year weve received fewer Christmas cards than any other year....
In the Beginning Was the Word
Whatever else you may enjoy about Jesus, Johns Gospel wants you to know and treasure Jesus in his infinite majesty.
John 1
The Word Became Flesh and Dwelt Among Us: Sermons on John 1
The Word Was God and Became Flesh: Education for Exultation In Jesus
All true education is built upon Gods truth because Jesus reigns over every square inch of the universe.

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