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JESUS IS MEDIATOR FOR WHOM?
Anointed - w50 11/1 p. 412 par. 22 New Systems of Things
The new covenant is no part of the old world arrangements but it takes out of this world a people for Jehovah’s name. (Acts 15:14) These are no longer a part of the old world, no more than Jesus their Mediator was ever a part of it.
All men - w54 10/15 p. 622 Why Prayers Go Unanswered
Now what does it mean to pray in the right manner? First of all it means to approach Jehovah in the name of Christ Jesus, who the Bible says is the “one mediator between God and men.” So can one expect an answer to his prayer if he does not ask it in Jesus’ name? Said the Son of God himself: “No one comes to the Father except through me.” Since Christ is the only mediator, the “one mediator,” there can be no more mediators between God and men.
All men - w57 12/15 p. 747 “Confess Your Sins”
The overseer does not presume to take the role of God, nor to be the mediator between God and men. Rather, as a loving Christian brother, he approaches God in prayer along with the spiritually sick one, doing so through the one Mediator Christ Jesus.
Anointed - w59 12/15 p. 750 par. 4 The Pursuit of Peace
By Jesus Christ as Mediator between God and men he established a new covenant with Christians.
All men - w60 10/15 p. 629 par. 49 Security During “War of the Great Day of God the Almighty”
We cannot seek Jehovah today except through the kingdom of his Son, the Mediator between God and men.
All men - w66 8/1 p. 465 par. 16 Baptism Shows Faith
When one makes his dedication he prays to Jehovah in the name of Jesus Christ, the Son, the Mediator between God and man.
Anointed - w66 2/15 p. 115 Benefits from God’s New Covenant Spreading Worldwide
On the other hand, the new covenant is made through a mediator, Jesus Christ, with his 144,000 disciples. Hence we must distinguish between the Kingdom covenants that apply to the one person, Jesus Christ, and the new covenant that applies to the nation of spiritual Israel.
All men - w73 2/15 p. 106 par. 6 God Cherishes the Lowly Ones
6 That Jehovah does lovingly enable persons of all backgrounds to come into harmony with him through Christ Jesus is repeatedly shown. For example, 1 Timothy 2:3-6 states: “This is fine and acceptable in the sight of our Savior, God, whose will is that allsorts of men should be saved and come to an accurate knowledge of truth. For there is one God, and one mediator between God and men, a man, Christ Jesus, who gave himself a corresponding ransom for all"
Anointed - w79 11/15 p. 24 par. 12 Benefiting from “One Mediator Between God and Men”
12 So Jesus Christ in heaven is the Mediator between God and the spiritual Israelites,
All men - w80 6/1 p. 18 par. 11 Praying to Jehovah so as to Be Heard
11 How can we gain access to the great “Hearer of prayer”? He has appointed that this be through Jesus Christ alone. There is only one Mediator between God and men, and one High Priest, Jesus Christ.
Anointed - w83 3/15 p. 8 Who Should Partake?
Moses was the go-between, or mediator, of that covenant made between Jehovah God and the Israelites (just as Jesus is the “mediator of a new covenant”)
All men - w97 2/15 p. 28 Agreement Between “God’s Temple” and Idols in Greece?
Jesus further stated: “I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me. If you ask anything in my name, I will do it.” And the apostle Paul stated: “There is one God, and one mediator between God and men, a man, Christ Jesus.” If we truly want our prayers to be heard by God, it is essential that we approach him in the way that his Word directs.
Anointed - w08 12/15 p. 13 Appreciate Jesus ’ Unique Role in God’s Purpose
11 Read 1 Timothy2:5, 6. Jesus is the “one mediator between God and men.” He is “the mediator of a new covenant.” (Heb. 9:15; 12:24) However, Moses is also spoken of as a mediator—the mediator of the Law covenant. (Gal. 3:19)
14 What about those who are not in the new covenant, those who hope to live forever on earth, not in heaven? While not participants in the new covenant, these are beneficiaries of it. They receive forgiveness of their sins and are declared righteous as God’s friends. (Jas. 2:23; 1 John 2:1, 2)