1. Both Rode on a Donkey as King Announcement Solomon rode on a mule, which a donkey/horse breed. He was anointed as king (1 Kings 1:33-34). Jesus Christ was riding on a donkey and colt to Jerusalem. Before he did, he quoted this scripture to his...

Whenever you may be feeling down or seem like life is turning for the worst. Always remember with God, nothing is impossible. We list scriptures to remind us this very thing.   He is King of Kings, Lords of lords, God of gods For the Lord your God is...

1. Both Proclaim Judgement on A Great City Jonah proclaimed that Nineveh, which was a great city, shall be overthrown in 40 days (Jonah 3:2-4). Not only did Jesus Christ preached about repentance but told the people in Jerusalem that they will get a sign of...

1. Name Both Joshua and Jesus means salvation in Hebrew.   2. Commanders Both men are commanders of an army (Joshua 1:10, Revelation 19:11-14).   3. Rewards Both men rewards their people inheritance (Joshua 15-18, 2 John 1:8, Revelation 22:12).   4. Command Nature to be Still Joshua commanded the sun to be still and...

1. Woman's Seed "And I will put enmity between you and the woman, and between your seed and her seed. He will crush your head, and you will strike his heel.” - Genesis 3:15.   2. God Will Provide a Lamb Abraham answered, “God Himself will provide the lamb...

Why do we know God exist? How does God show he exist? We will list the top reasons we know God exist.   1. His Presence During crusades, thousands of people have testified that they felt his presence through the Holy Spirit. The one thing they do in...

1. Ascended to Heaven After Sacrifice The angel of the Lord ascended to Heaven after Samson's parents made a sacrifice to God (Judges 13:20). Jesus Christ ascended to Heaven after his sacrifice to God (Luke 23:46-24:51).   2. Glory of God The glory of God was shone when the...

1. Shepherds David was a shepherd before being anointed as king (1 Samuel 16:11). Jesus Christ refers to himself as the good shepherd (John 10:11).   2. Kings David was a king of Israel (2 Samuel 5:3). Jesus Christ is the king of kings (Revelation 19:16).   3. Holy Spirit Both men...

1. Ascended to Heaven Both Jesus Christ and Elijah ascended to Heaven in front of a crowd (2 Kings 2:11, Luke 24:51).   2. Did Not Eat for 40 days in the Wilderness A meal prepared by angel strengthened Elijah on a 40 day journey in the wilderness (1...

The one of the most unfortunate righteous man in the Bible, Job, has deep parallels to Jesus Christ. We will list the top parallels between Jesus Christ and Job.   1. Popularity Both men was popular in their prime. Job spoke about his popularity to his friends. People...

1. Shepherd Abel was a keeper of sheep or a shepherd (Genesis 4:2). Jesus Christ refer to himself as the good shepherd (John 10:11-14).   2. Sacrifice Both men's sacrifice was pleasing to God (Genesis 4:4, Ephesians 5:2). Abel sacrificed the best portions of the first born (Genesis 4:4)....

There are some debate to whether Jesus is god or a man. However there are clues that point that Jesus is God in the flesh and image, being part of the Holy Trinity. We will list 8 reasons why Jesus is God.   1. His Name In the Hebrew...

1. King of Righteousness Melchizedek means king of righteousness (Hebrews 7:2). Jesus Christ is the king of righteousness (1 John 2:1, Revelation 19:16).   2. King of Peace Salem is derived from the Hebrew word, shalom, which means peace. Both men are kings of peace (Hebrews 7:2, Philippians 4:7)....

There are parallels between the Adam and Jesus Christ. This is why they are called the two Adams. Adam is the 1st Adam, and Jesus is the 2nd Adam. We will list how they are paralleled to each other.   1. Covenant The 1st Adam broken a...

1. Preachers of Righteousness Both men were preachers of righteousness. Jesus Christ had a ministry, teaching righteousness in order people will make it to Heaven (Matthew 5:44-48). Noah taught righteousness in order to save people from the big flood (2 Peter 2:5).   2. Walk Faithfully with God Both...

Many ask this question, Why did God create evil? Let's begin with the definition of evil. What is evil? Evil is not conforming to accepted standards of morality. Morality can be shaped by factors such as society, age, religion, education level, family, peers, and culture....

Jesus Christ states, "My sheep listen to my voice; I know them, and they follow me". - John 10:27. Sometimes we hear a voice in our head and don't know whether it is God's voice, our imagination, or another spirit's voice. We will list the...

There are many debates between Christians or Messianic Jews, and Orthodox Jews on whether Jesus Christ is the Messiah. The Bible made it clear that Jesus Christ is the Messiah. We will list the top reasons why.   1. Jesus Christ Fulfilled Prophecies   Major Prophecies Jesus Christ had...

1. Both Were Born Miraculously Samson's mother was unable to conceive before she became pregnant with Samson. Mary, Jesus' mother, was a virgin when she became pregnant with Jesus.   2. Angels Announced Both Births An angel of God appeared to both Samson's mother and father to announce the...

The Bible mention briefly in the New Testament on the fruit of the Holy Spirit and how to walk in the spirit. But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, longsuffering, gentleness, goodness, faith, meekness, temperance: against such there is no law. -...

In the Bible, Paul mentions the certain gifts that can be given to you by the Holy Spirit. These gifts are used for the common good of the people and edifies the church. These gifts are compare to body parts. The human body has many parts,...

Some think he is a force or ghost but the Holy Spirit is the third person of the Holy Trinity. However the Holy Spirit is also a person. He is as real as you and me. He can smell, see, taste, touch, and have emotions...

1. Both were in Danger as Babies During the time of Moses, Pharaoh ordered all first born boys to be sacrificed to a marine spirit demon called Hapi. Then Pharaoh gave this order to all his people: "Every Hebrew boy that is born you must throw into...

The story of Joseph from The Book of Genesis teaches us about two things. The first thing this story teaches us is that not matter how many tribulations and tests that come your way, through God, you'll triumph over them. Even though Joseph went through...