You may have heard of Jesus. When we say that name, many different emotions and imaginations come to mind. Depending on the culture you come from, you may have very strong feelings about him—either positive or negative. Or you may not even care one way or the other. At some point in this life or the life to come, even if you don’t think there is one, you will be confronted with the idea and what to do about it. This book has tried to stay as close to Jesus’s own words about himself as possible and may prove helpful in making any decisions about what to do because of who he is and what he said. It’s different. Even if you’ve given up on man, the church, God, life after death, religion, I think there will be parts of this book that you’ve never heard before even if you’ve heard them before. Sometimes, there’s so much “fluff” that we lose interest in the subject. This has been written to intentionally eliminate “fluff.” So if you want a concise, accurate account of who Jesus says he is, you will not get bored with this book. If you don’t care, you wouldn’t have read this much, so I would suggest you read this and that you don’t tell anybody yet. This book is for you—only you—in your own private time.