What does “Believe in Him” really mean?

Before listing these scriptures, let us begin by giving some background explanation as to what is meant by the term “I believe in Him“. We’ll start by looking at John 1 v.1 which tells us: In the beginning was the word, and the word was with God, and the word was God. v.14 tells us: and the word was made flesh and dwelt among us. From these two scriptures we can clearly see that Christ is the Word of God.

In John 1 v.12 we are told “But as many as received Him, to them gave He power to become the sons of God, even to them that believe on His name. And Romans 10 v.13 tells us “For whosoever shall call upon the name of the Lord shall be saved”.

Note the command associated with Jesus Christ that whosoever believeth in Him, the totality of the Word of God made flesh, shall be saved. When you receive Him and believe, then through the power of the totality of the Word of God made flesh, you are made a true child of God.

The above scriptures show that “I believe in Him” means all the words spoken to mankind by our Almighty Father in heaven. Revealed by “His Word made flesh” and is called Jesus Christ, our savior.

When we say we believe in Him, it then means we believe in the totality of God’s Word made flesh. Remember denying a word spoken by God means denying our Savior Jesus Christ whom we always say that we believe in.

The meaning of the phrase “I believe in Him” means that I shall obey the totality of both the words and commandments of the laws of God. Then when we really believe, the mighty Word shall come unto us and overtake our life as long as we continue to abide and do the will of God, the Father. But if we only say “I believe in Him,” but fail to do the Word we believe, then we are not true believers and something still has to be done if we really are to be saved.

We can now see clearly that our Lord Jesus Christ is the Word of God, and that through Him all things were created, and without Him there is no life. Believing in Him means believing in eternal life. We can summarize it this way: when we say that we believe in Jesus Christ, we are saying that we believe in the totality of the Word of God. If we really believe in the Word of God, “Jesus Christ”, we should demonstrate this by keeping the whole commandments of God.

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