Foundational U Podcast: Ep. 38 – Jesus Christ is Greater Than the Angels
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Jesus was more than just a good man.
The Bible declares that when Jesus was here on Earth, He had not only taken on the form of man, but He fully retained His deity. He was God in the flesh.
This is why His name is superior to any other name, even the names of angels.
Hebrews 1:5 says, “For to which of the angels did He ever say: ‘You are My Son, today I have begotten You’?” That is why religious groups that teach Jesus and Michael are brothers are in such great error.
Jesus created the angels, which is why He and His name are superior to the angels. His name has power.
If you have a tendency to look to angels for power and protection, please listen to today’s podcast, or share with someone who needs this podcast today.
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The Offense of Jesus Christ
The Humanizing of Jesus
Which Jesus Is the Church Preaching?
Jesus Christ is Greater Than the Angels
Who Is Jesus Christ? – Podcast Episode
Who Is Jesus Christ – Why His Death?
Who is Jesus Christ – Did He Rise from the Dead?
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About F. Dean Hackett
Dr. F. Dean Hackett has served in full-time Christian ministry since October 1971. He has ministered throughout the United States, Canada and Europe, serving as pastor, conference speaker and mentor. He has planted four churches, assisted in planting 15 others and currently serves as lead pastor of Living Faith Church in Hermiston, Oregon. Dr. Hackett founded Spirit Life Ministries International in 2001 to facilitate ministries in Croatia and Bosnia Herzegovina and to open a training center for workers in those nations.