One of the titles of Jesus was the Word of God. In John’s gospel we read.
John also wrote.
In the Book of Revelation it says.
This Term Is Not Defined
Although there is no explanation given in Scripture as to why Jesus is called the Word of God there have been several suggested reasons.
It May Refer To Wisdom Personified
It has been argued that Jesus is the personification of wisdom as is described in Proverbs 5-8. This section begins by saying.
The Word Is God’s Communication To Humanity
It is possible that the term “word” is used the same manner as does the Old Testament – the communication of God to humanity. This is exactly what Jesus did – He revealed to the world the Word of God. Jesus was the personification of the written and spoken Word. In the Old Testament God revealed His word through the prophets while in the New Testament the word of God was revealed in a Person – God the Son.
Jesus is called, “the Word of God.” Although Scripture does not define what is meant by that term it could refer to the fact that He is the personification of the written and spoken word. The testimony that God revealed through the prophets during the Old Testament period was now made human with the coming of Christ. Hence the Word became flesh.