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70 Aspects of Christ as Everything for Your Enjoyment

Here are 70 aspects of Christ as everything for your appreciation, experience and enjoyment!

70 Items of Christ as Everything for your enjoyment

I found them while singing and musing on this hymn by Witness Lee entitled: “I’ve found the One of peerless worth.”

This hymn expresses God’s desire for us! He wants us to experience and enjoy Christ as everything.

However, to adequately experience Christ in a certain aspect, we first need to see Him, to appreciate Him in that aspect from God’s word.

Once we see an aspect of Christ we should lay hold of it by praying and musing on those Scripture verses that reveal  Him as such a One.

A Hymn on The Experience of Christ as Everything: “I’ve Found the One of Peerless Worth”

Stanza one of the hymn I enjoyed says:

I’ve found the One of peerless worth,
My heart doth sing for joy;
And sing I must, for Christ I have:
Oh, what a Christ have I!

May we all make such a discovery! May we find “the One of peerless worth.”

Since this hymn has fifteen stanzas, I won’t attempt to cover each stanza individually. I will simply list the seventy wonderful items of Christ I discovered with related Bible verses that reveal such an aspect.

I encourage you to follow the Scripture links for each aspect of Christ. Pause to pray and muse over them a little at a time until your appreciation for Christ grows and you experience Christ in that particular aspect.

70 Aspects of Christ as Everything for Your Experience

Christ is…

  1. The Lamb of God—John 1:29; 1 Pet. 1:19; Exo. 12:3-4
  2. The Sun of Righteousness—Mal. 4:2; Psa. 84:11; Luke 1:78
  3. The Tree of Life (also the Bread of life)—John 15:1; 1:4; 6:35, 57; Rev. 22:14
  4. The smitten Rock, whence living waters burst—1 Cor. 10:4; Exo. 17:6
  5. The fountain in my heart—John 7:37-39
  6. My life—Col. 3:4; John 1:4a;
  7. My light—John 1:4b; 8:12
  8. My way—John 14:6
  9. My comfort—Psa. 23:4; Matt. 5:4; 2 Cor. 1:5
  10. My health—Luke 5:31-32
  11. My peace—Eph. 1:2; 2:15
  12. My rest—Matt. 11:28
  13. My joy—John 15:11
  14. My hope—Col. 1:27
  15. My glory—Col. 1:27; 3:4; 2 Thes. 1:10
  16. My wealth—Eph. 3:8; Col. 2:3 6
  17. My wisdom—1 Cor. 1:24b, 30
  18. My power—1 Cor. 1:24a
  19. My boast—Rom. 5:2, 11; 15:17; 1 Cor. 1:31
  20. My righteousness—1 Cor. 1:30
  21. My victory—1 Cor. 15:57
  22. My redemption—1 Cor. 1:30
  23. My truth—2 Cor. 11:10
  24. My holiness—1 Thes. 3:13
  25. My Savior—John 4:42; Acts 13:23; Tit. 2:13
  26. My Shepherd—Psa.23:1; John 10:11; Rev. 7:17
  27. My Lord—John 20:28; Phil. 2:11
  28. My Advocate above—1 John 2:1
  29. My Counsellor—Isa. 9:6
  30. My Father—Isa. 9:6
  31. My God—Isa. 9:6
  32. My Brother—Matt. 12:49; Luke 8:21; John 20:17; Rom. 8:29
  33. My Friend—John 15:14-15
  34. My Love—S.S. 2:9-10
  35. My Captain—Heb. 2:10 (alternate translation for “Author”)
  36. My Guard—Phil. 4:7
  37. My Teacher—Matt. 10:24
  38. My Guide—Exo. 15:13; Psa. 23:3; Luke 1:79; Rev. 7:17
  39. My Bridegroom—Matt. 9:15; John 3:29
  40. My Master—Matt. 10:25; 24:45
  41. My Head—1 Cor. 11:3; Eph. 1:22
  42. Who “In me doth He reside”— Rom. 8:10; 2 Cor. 13:5; Col. 1:27
  43. My Prophet—Matt. 21:11, 46; Luke 7:16; John 6:14; Deut. 18: 18
  44. My Priest—Heb. 7:26; 8:1
  45. My King—Luke 19:38; Matt. 25:34; Rev. 17:14; 19:16
  46. The Author of my faith—Heb. 12:2
  47. The Perfecter of my faith—Heb. 12:2
  48. My Mediator—1 Tim. 2:5; Heb. 8:6
  49. My Guarantee (surety)—Heb. 7:22
  50. My faithful Witness—Rev. 1:5; 3:14
  51. My everlasting home—John 14:23; 15:4-5
  52. My all-sufficient land—Col. 2:6-7; Deut. 8:7-8
  53. My fortress—2 Sam. 22:2; Psa. 18:2
  54. My tower—Psa. 61:3; 94:22; Prov. 18:10
  55. My hiding-place—Psa. 32:7; 119:114
  56. My eternal stand—Eph. 6:11, 13; Rom. 5:2; Gal. 5:1
  57. My sabbath—Col. 2:16-17
  58. My new moon—Col. 2:16-17
  59. My morning—Lam. 3:22-24
  60. My day—2 Pet. 3:8; 2 Cor. 4:16
  61. My age—2 Pet. 3:8; 2 Cor. 5:17
  62. My eternity—John 3:15-16
  63. My trust—Psa. 28:7; 40:3; Isa. 12:2; Jer. 17:7
  64. My desire—Psa. 73:25
  65. My satisfaction—Isa. 58:11
  66. My delight— Matt. 3:17; 17:5
  67. The all-inclusive One—Col. 1:14-19
  68. The first—Rev. 22:13
  69. The last—Rev. 22:13
  70. All in all—Col. 3:11

Make these 70 items of Christ as everything your subjective reality

In the final stanza (s. 15) the author exclaims:

Since such a treasure I possess,
My heart doth sing for joy;
And I must sing, and sing again;
Oh, what a Christ have I!

God desires that we make His unsearchably rich Christ, “my Christ!” Make such a Christ your Christ by calling on His name to partake of all His riches bit by bit, even bite by bite.

Romans 10:13 says, that the same Lord is Lord of all and rich to all who call on Him. As you muse on this list of aspects of Christ,  call on His name, “Lord Jesus!” Then thank and praise Him for being these items to you and ask Him to make these aspects of Christ as everything your personal experience.

If you have enjoyed some items of Christ from this post please take a moment to share it in a brief comment.


  • This post was inspired by my enjoyment of hymn #510 in Hymns written by Witness Lee and published by Living Stream Ministry. You can listen to the whole hymn here.
  • I would also encourage you to obtain a copy of the Recovery Version Study Bible with footnotes. The footnotes open up many of these precious points of Christ for your further appreciation and enjoyment. You can get a free copy from Bibles for America (in the USA) or one of its affiliates in some other countries.
  • In addition, the companion exposition, Life-study of the Bible opens up many of these items of Christ for your further appreciation and experience.

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Hi. My name is Tom Smith. I'm the writer behind Holding to Truth in Love, and I love the Lord Jesus and His life-giving Word. Please feel free to send me an e-mail through the contact page if you have any questions. I hope you'd take a moment to subscribe to the Holding to Truth blog. Then you'll be sure not to miss a post. Thanks!

2 Replies

  1. Thank you for writing this. It is a good exercise to find the verses underlying all the points in a hymn about the rich Christ. Here are a few more aspects, not included in this hymn: the Holy One, the True One (Rev. 3:7), the Root of David (5:5), the Lion of the tribe of Judah (5:5), the Alpha and Omega, First and Last, Beginning and End (22:13). Christ is so rich! Praise Him!

    1. Tom Smith

      Thank you for sharing these additional aspects of Christ as everything for our enjoyment. Everyone of these items is so rich because they are a description of what our Christ is to us for our experience. May be reminded to apply each of these precious items of Christ through our prayer and life in the spirit.

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