What would you like to do?
How do you say Jesus loves you?
Cristo te ama
Yes, it says so in John 3:16.
Jesus loved and still loves many things: his friends on earth eg. Lazarus, his earthly mother and father, his father God in Heaven. And today Jesus still loves all the people …of the earth including the Romans who crucified him, the people who mock him, those who don't know anything about him, those who wonder who he is and those who have invited him to be their God. To say it simply, Jesus loves everyone!
love your neighbour as yourself . love is not a sin. true love does not pushed into sin.
Jesus loves you - E alofa Iesu ia te oe.
Khubothakh Ana, Ieshu
If you believe Jesus is the God of the Old and New Testaments and spoke through the prophets in the writing of all scripture then 311x. In the Old Testament: 131x In… the New Testament: 180x If you are asking about while Jesus walked the earth, then in the NT it is recorded that he personally said it : 51x (and then 2x in Revelation.)
Te amo Jesús (when referring to the Lord's Son). Te quiero Jesús (when referring to a simple man)
A: In John's Gospel, Jesus says "I am" several times in a play on words that has Jesus claim to be God: In John 18:4-6, when the Jewish authorities came asking for Jesus in th…e garden, he answered 'I am', using the absolute form of ego eimi, which is the Greek translation in the Septuagint for Yahweh (God), based on a possible meaning of the tetragrammaton (YHWH). The reaction of the authorities demonstrates John's intent: Jesus asked, 'Whom seek ye?' They answered him, 'Jesus of Nazareth.' He said to them, 'I AM' [the KJV makes this 'I AM he', with 'he' in italics to show that it is not a literal translation; other Bibles, more correctly, do not]. When he said to them, 'I AM', they turned away and fell to the ground. Provided that he was speaking in fluent Greek, the language of the Gospel, Jesus was claiming to be God by saying 'I am' in the absolute form, and the Jews clearly understood his intent. This conversation is not intended to be read in Aramaic or Hebrew.In another version of the same word game earlier in this Gospel, the Jews did not at first understand the hidden meaning, that Jesus spoke to them of the Father. At John 8:23-24, with translations from both the King James Version and the New American Bible: (KJV) And he said unto them, Ye are from beneath; I am from above; ye are from this world; I am not of this world. I said therefore unto you, that ye shall die in your sins; for if ye believe not that I AM he, ye shall die in your sins. (NAB) He said to them, 'You belong to what is below, I belong to what is above. You belong to this world, but I do not belong to this world. That is why I told you that you will die in your sins. For if you do not believe that I AM, you will die in your sins.' In the above passage, KJV again has 'he' in italics to show that it is not a literal translation, and in any case there is no one previously mentioned, that the pronoun 'he' can refer back to. NAB acknowledges that the reference is to Yahweh. John was causing Jesus to make a claim to divinity in a very careful way. Additional Answer: As the Word who became Jesus, is the only member of the God Family with direct contact with man, the term 'I am' is found throughout the Scripture starting in Genesis. The specific title is first used in Exodus 3:14 when Moses asked what name should he tell the captive Israelites sent him. The most prevalent use of the term as a title of particular significance comes in John who uses it 7 times - the number of completion/perfection. "I am the bread of life' in chapter 6; 'I am the light of the world' in chapter 8; 'I am the door of the sheep' in chapter 10; 'I am the good shepherd' also in chapter 10; 'I am the resurrection and the life' in chapter 11; 'I am the way, the truth, and the life' in chapter 14; and 'I am the true vine' in chapter 15.
I walk,talk,eat,sleep and cry with him every day in my life.
The Scottish Gaelic for [Jesus loves you] is: i. 'Tha gaol aig Ìosa ort'. ii. 'Tha gràdh aig Ìosa ort'. I pronounced the [two phrases above ] in sources and related li…nks below▾
In The Bible
When he was asked, "are you the son of God?" he answered, "You rightly say that I am." (Luke 22:70)