to you, who is he?

To his mother Mary, a Son and Savior. (Luke 1:47;2:16)
For the wise men, the king that has come. (Matthew 2:11)
Salvation seen for Simeon. (Luke 2:30)
The redemption of Jerusalem for Anna. (Luke 2:36)
A curiosity to Nicodemus. (John 3:1-9)
For John the Baptist, his cousin and one mightier than him. (Matthew 3:11)
The stiller of storms for the scared disciples. (Mark 4:39)

For Peter, the Christ, the Son of the Living God. (Matthew 16:16)

The great sustainer for the crowd of five thousand. (Matthew 14:19-20)
The giver of life for Jarius and his daughter. (Mark 5:41)
To Lazarus, the weeping friend. (John 11:35)
The power over Hell for the man amongst the tombs. (Matthew 8:32-33)
For the woman at the well, the living water. (John 4:10)
The deliverer for Mary Magdalene. (Mark 16:9)
To the thief beside him, the way to paradise. (Luke 23:42-43)
For the two men on the Emmaus Road, the mystery revealed. (Luke 24:31) 
To the disciples huddled in the upper room, the peace of God. (John 20:26)

To you, who is he?

“And the word became flesh and dwelt among us, and we beheld his glory, glory as of the only begotten from the Father, full of grace and truth” (John 1:14).