Jesus is the savior of the world.
God loves the world so much, He gave His only begotten Son, that the world might be saved. Whoever believes in Jesus receives eternal life (John 3:16-17).
God the Father sent Jesus to die for the life of the world (John 6:51).
Jesus is the lamb slain before the foundation of the world, an eternal mystery (Revelation 13:8). The Father knew He would send Jesus to die to redeem mankind. For all eternity, the sacrifice of Jesus will be honored, proclaimed and infinitely more.
God is holy, perfect and righteous in all His ways (Leviticus 19:2, Matthew 5:48). He cannot even look upon sin or fallen man (Habakkuk 1:13). Therefore, Jesus shed His blood seven times, to save mankind from their sins and fallen condition.
The Father gave Jesus to the world. Jesus died and shed His blood for humanity. He rose again and lives forevermore. Whoever believes in Jesus Christ has everlasting life and will live forever.

Jesus the savior is an eternal revelation.
For all eternity, Jesus the savior will be honored, proclaimed, worshipped and everlastingly more.

The name “Jesus” in Hebrew literally means “God saves.”
God sent Jesus to save His people from their sins (Matthew 1:21).
Jesus came to the earth to seek and to save that which was lost (Matthew 18:11, Luke 19:10).
Jesus spoke and revealed truth to the people, that they may be saved (John 5:34). Jesus spoke and said what the Father commanded and told Him to speak and say (John 12:49-50).
Jesus is the bread of life. The Father sent Jesus from heaven to give life to the world. Jesus gave His body on the cross and died for the world. If anyone eats Jesus’ flesh, he will live forever. As the living Father sent Jesus, and Jesus lives because of the Father, so he who eats Jesus’ flesh will live because of Jesus (John 6).
Jesus is the door. If anyone enters by Him, he will be saved, and will go in and out freely and find pasture and spiritual security (John 10:9, NKJV & Amplified).
Jesus is the good shepherd (John 10:11). He laid down His life for His sheep. He came to the earth that His people might have life and have it to an abundance, to the full, until it overflows (John 10:10).
Jesus did not come to judge the world. Jesus came to save the world (John 12:47).
The truth and revelation that Jesus is the Savior is so glorious and wonderful, human words cannot express it.