The Resurrection In Jesus: Are You The King Of Jesus

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In the next gospel Matthew Jesus was taken in front of the governor and was asked “Are you the king of the Jews?” Saying that he was would be treason, therefore leading to a conviction. Pilate released Jesus to soldiers of the governor to be crucified. They dressed him in a scarlet robe, took him to Golgotha, gave him wine he tasted it but didn’t drink it all, and then he was mocked for being the son of God once again. Eventually his clothes were divided and he was crucified. The resurrection in Matthew began with Mary Magdalene and the other Mary going to the tomb. There was an earthquake which brought an angel of the Lord from heaven. It came down and sat upon a rock the two women were instructed to talk with the other disciples and explain…show more content…
Pilate then wanted to release him, but instead was convinced by Jews that “release of this man meant you are no friend of the emperor.” Then Jesus was led to his execution, his clothes were divided, and he was given wine to drink. After drinking the wine he bowed his head and gave up his spirit. Since Jesus was on the cross during Sabbath the Jews wanted him removed. Pilate gave permission to remove the body. Nicodemus was said to have brought mixtures of myrrh and aloe and wrapped the body in linen. On the first day of the week Mary Magdalene, Peter, Simon, and another disciple went to the tomb. Jesus appeared to the disciples several times, yet one that stood out the most to me was when he appeared and explained that “the book was written (the bible) so that you may come to believe the Messiah, the Son of God, and that through believing you may have life in his name” (O’Day).
Although each of the four gospels differed in many ways the end result was the same. Jesus was executed and later revived coming to his disciples showing that he was still with them and they still needed to believe in him and his presence. Believing in God is what helps Christians were their everyday
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In Romans 10:9, we are told how to be saved. It says that "if you confess with your mouth 'Jesus is Lord ' and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved." This means that you cannot be a Christian unless you believe in the resurrection of Jesus Christ. This should tell us that even if some people are in churches, if they reject the resurrection of Jesus Christ, they are not Christians (Bright).
God has the power to take away pain and suffering he shows Christian that by believing may not be seeing but knowing deep in your heart that he is with you and will not give you more than you can handle. Jesus, himself, has shown Christians that there is still hope to come into the kingdom of Heaven and have eternal peace. The resurrection proved that Christ has the power to forgive sin, defeat God’s enemy, and hold power over
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