Many people in Jesus' day wondered who he was and had lots of different ideas about who he might be. So much so that at one point, Jesus asked his disciples, "Who do the people say I am?" and then, "Who do you say I am?" The truth is that many people today still wonder who Jesus was. Lent is a time to focus on Jesus, His life and teachings, and especially on the meaning of his death. We do this because we can't fully understand or celebrate Jesus' resurrection on Easter unless we first understand who He was and why he died. So with this series, we'll look at who people in Jesus' time said He was at points and, more importantly, at who He truly is. And as we do, each of us should ask, "Who do I say Jesus is?" Some of us may be considering this question for the first time; for others, it's a chance to think through who Jesus is more deeply as we seek to know Him more.