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Chrestes, Chrestos, Chrestians chrestos (Greek) applied by the greeks as a title of respect equivalent to "the worthy." Chrestes meant an interpreter of oracles. In the language of the Mysteries, a chrestos was a candidate or neophyte, and a christos (anointed) was an initiate. christ is a mystical expression for the human inner god, while chrest is the good but as yet unregenerated nature; using here the language of the Mysteries, christ may be likened to Dionysos, Osiris, or Krishna, who will deliver the suffering Chrest, mankind or Prometheus, in its trial. It is christos that incarnates in Chrestos. these usages were taken over by the gnostic schools out of which christianity largely sprang, and there is abundant evidence to be found among the early christian writers and the Gnostics themselves that the adherents originally called themselves Chrestians.

Christos (Greek) Anointed; applied in the greek mysteries to a candidate who had passed the last degree and become a full initiate. also the immanent individual god in a person, equivalent in some respects to Dionysos, Krishna, etc. the hebrew word for anointed (mashiah) is generally written in english as Messiah. what we know as christianity is a syncretism of borrowings from Neoplatonism, neo-Pythogoreanism, greek Gnosticism, and hebrew religion. christos was commonly used in the greek translation of the bible as a title of the jewish Kings, those who had been anointed for reigning -- a symbolic rite taken originally from the Mysteries. St. Paul's use of the word shows that he understood its true mystical meaning, but spoke with precaution in his public epistles or writings. the first two letters of the greek word, , superimposed in a monogram, were on the military standard of the later christian emperors of Rome, probably dating from Constantine, and have a significance as geometrical symbols besides. See also CHRESTOS 

Messiah mashiah (Hebrew) Anointed; translated into the greek as Christos. the hebrews had their special form of the universal belief in the coming of avataras, and the christians claimed that jesus was the fulfillment of the particular hebrew expectation. hence messiah is often used as a title for Jesus. Generally, a messiah is an esoteric spiritual sun, surrounded by his spiritual family composed of twelve less powers (as in the 12 disciples); the term is connected with fish and water symbols and with the zodiacal sign pisces (Fishes). early christian astrologers expected the coming of the messiah to be signalized by a conjunction of saturn and jupiter in Pisces, in connection with other planetary configurations. As regards the future, the looked-for great avatara is the Kalki-avatara of the Brahmins, virtually identical with Maitreya, the fifth buddha.



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anointed, the greek translation of the hebrew word rendered "Messiah" (q.v.), the official title of our Lord, occurring five hundred and fourteen times in the new Testament. It denotes that he was anointed or consecrated to his great redemptive work as Prophet, Priest, and king of his people. He is jesus the christ (Acts 17:3; 18:5; Matt. 22:42), the anointed One. He is thus spoken of by isaiah (61:1), and by daniel (9:24-26), who styles him "Messiah the Prince." the messiah is the same person as "the seed of the woman" (Gen. 3:15), "the seed of Abraham" (Gen. 22:18), the "Prophet like unto Moses" (Deut. 18:15), "the priest after the order of Melchizedek" (Ps. 110:4), "the rod out of the stem of Jesse" (Isa. 11:1, 10), the "Immanuel," the virgin's son (Isa. 7:14), "the branch of Jehovah" (Isa. 4:2), and "the messenger of the covenant" (Mal. 3:1). this is he "of whom moses in the law and the prophets did write." the old testament scripture is full of prophetic declarations regarding the great deliverer and the work he was to accomplish. jesus the christ is jesus the great Deliverer, the anointed One, the saviour of men. this name denotes that jesus was divinely appointed, commissioned, and accredited as the saviour of men (Heb. 5:4; Isa. 11:2-4; 49:6; john 5:37; acts 2:22). To believe that "Jesus is the Christ" is to believe that he is the Anointed, the messiah of the prophets, the saviour sent of God, that he was, in a word, what he claimed to be. this is to believe the gospel, by the faith of which alone men can be brought unto God. that jesus is the christ is the testimony of God, and the faith of this constitutes a christian (1 Cor. 12:3; 1 john 5:1).

(Phil. 2:8), seen in (1) his birth (Gal. 4:4; luke 2:7; john 1:46; Heb. 2:9), (2) his circumstances, (3) his reputation (Isa. 53; Matt. 26:59, 67; Ps. 22:6; Matt. 26:68), (4) his soul (Ps. 22:1; Matt. 4:1-11; luke 22:44; Heb. 2:17, 18; 4:15), (5) his death (Luke 23; john 19; mark 15:24, 25), (6) and his burial (Isa. 53:9; Matt. 27:57, 58, 60). his humiliation was necessary (1) to execute the purpose of god (Acts 2:23, 24; Ps. 40:6-8), (2) fulfil the old testament types and prophecies, (3) satisfy the law in the room of the guilty (Isa. 53; Heb. 9:12, 15), procure for them eternal redemption, (4) and to show us an example.

Christ's priestly office consists of these two parts, (1) the offering up of himself as a sacrifice, and (2) making continual intercession for us. when on earth he made intercession for his people (Luke 23:34; john 17:20; Heb. 5:7); but now he exercises this function of his priesthood in heaven, where he is said to appear in the presence of god for us (Heb. 9:12,24). his advocacy with the father for his people rests on the basis of his own all-perfect sacrifice. thus he pleads for and obtains the fulfilment of all the promises of the everlasting covenant (1 john 2:1; john 17:24; Heb. 7:25). He can be "touched with the feeling of our infirmities," and is both a merciful and a faithful high priest (Heb. 2:17, 18; 4:15, 16). this intercession is an essential part of his mediatorial work. through him we have "access" to the father (John 14:6; Eph. 2:18; 3:12). "The communion of his people with the father will ever be sustained through him as mediatorial Priest" (Ps. 110:4; Rev. 7:17).

the term "christ" comes from the greek word "Xristos," which means "the anointed one." It has the same meaning as "meshiach"--that is "messiah"--in Hebrew. It is applied to jesus as a title, indicating his status as the one messiah. It is not Jesus' last name (i.e., surname).

christchrist (?), n. [l. christus, gr. &?;, fr. &?; anointed, fr. chri`ein to anoint. see chrism.] the anointed; an appellation given to jesus, the savior. it is synonymous with the hebrew messiah.christ n 1. a prophet of the first century; to christians he was both god and man--the messiah sent to save the human race from the sin it inherited through the fall of man (circa 8 bc - 29 ad) [syn: jesus, jesus of nazareth, jesus christ , christ, savior, saviour, good shepherd, redeemer, deliverer] 2. any expected deliverer [syn: messiah]christ anointed, the greek translation of the hebrew word rendered "messiah" (q.v.), the official title of our lord, occurring five hundred and fourteen times in the new testament. it denotes that he was anointed or consecrated to his great redemptive work as prophet, priest, and king of his people. he is jesus the christ (acts 17:3; 18:5; matt. 22:42), the anointed one. he is thus spoken of by isaiah (61:1), and by daniel (9:24-26), who styles him "messiah the prince." the messiah is the same person as "the seed of the woman" (gen. 3:15), "the seed of abraham" (gen. 22:18), the "prophet like unto moses" (deut. 18:15), "the priest after the order of melchizedek" (ps. 110:4), "the rod out of the stem of jesse" (isa. 11:1, 10), the "immanuel," the virgin's son (isa. 7:14), "the branch of jehovah" (isa. 4:2), and "the messenger of the covenant" (mal. 3:1). this is he "of whom moses in the law and the prophets did write." the old testament scripture is full of prophetic declarations regarding the great deliverer and the work he was to accomplish. jesus the christ is jesus the great deliverer, the anointed one, the saviour of men. this name denotes that jesus was divinely appointed, commissioned, and accredited as the saviour of men (heb. 5:4; isa. 11:2-4; 49:6; john 5:37; acts 2:22). to believe that "jesus is the christ" is to believe that he is the anointed, the messiah of the prophets, the saviour sent of god, that he was, in a word, what he claimed to be. this is to believe the gospel, by the faith of which alone men can be brought unto god. that jesus is the christ is the testimony of god, and the faith of this constitutes a christian (1 cor. 12:3; 1 john 5:1).christ anointed   similar words(9) 

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(n.)

The Anointed; an appellation given to Jesus, the Savior. It is synonymous with the hebrew Messiah.  

A title of Jesus

Noun1. a teacher and prophet born in bethlehem and active in Nazareth; his life and sermons form the basis for christianity (circa 4 BC - AD 29) (synonym) Jesus, jesus of Nazareth, the Nazarene, jesus Christ, Savior, Saviour, good Shepherd, Redeemer, deliverer (hypernym) Son, Word, logos (hyponym) El Nino

Noun1. any expected deliverer (synonym) messiah (hypernym) savior, saviour, rescuer, deliverer

Críost

CRIST = n. Christ, Messiah

exclamation indicating surprise, indignation, etc.

exclamation indicating surprise, indignation, etc.

this page is about the title, office or what is known in christian theology as the 'Divine Person.' for other uses, see Christ (disambiguation).

Christ. is a Scottish solo electronic music artist. there is no religious meaning in his name; rather, it is an abbreviation of his real name, Christopher Horne, which also explains the full stop (period) which is an official part of his handle.

To dream of beholding Christ, the young child, worshiped by the wise men, denotes many peaceful days, full of wealth and knowledge, abundant with joy, and content. If in the garden of the Gethsemane, sorrowing adversity will fill your soul, great longings for change and absent objects of love will be felt. To see him in the temple scourging the traders, denotes that evil enemies will be defeated and honest endeavors will prevail.  

fear of crosses or the crucifix

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Word analysis of christ

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