John 14:6, “Jesus said to him, “I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.

Jesus made many remarkable claims about His identity.

Firstly, Jesus regularly talked about Himself. In fact, one might say that the most striking feature of the teaching of Jesus is that he was constantly talking about himself.

Secondly, Jesus regularly made direct claims to divinity. He claimed to be the promised Messiah, He claimed to have a unique relationship with God, and He claimed to be one with God.

Thirdly, Jesus regularly made indirect claims to divinity. In other words, He did things that only God can do, things like commanding demons, healing the sick, and even forgiving sins.

Now, in light of the claims that Jesus made about Himself, we must decide whether or not we will believe the truth about Jesus and His mission. Because Christianity is not just about what we believe; it’s also about how we behave. Our intellectual belief may be beyond criticism; but we have to put our beliefs into practice.

Therefore, we must commit ourselves, heart and mind, soul and will, home and life, personally and unreservedly to Jesus Christ.