Jesus and his disciples went to a wedding at a place called Cana in Galilee. Everyone who is at the wedding they were drinking wine and when they ran out of wine Jesus’ mother said that He could turn water into wine. Jesus told the servants to fill six water jars and fill them with water and that is when Jesus made it possible for the water to turn.( John 2:2-9) A man name Nicodemus who was a Pharisee he was a member of the Jewish ruling council. Nicodemus went to Jesus and asked if he was a teacher who came from God because no one can do the miracles Jesus said that is true but no one can enter God’ kingdom. (John 3:1-3) The Pharisees did not like the fact that Jesus has gained and is baptizing more disciples.
The Pharisees and the chief priests wanted Jesus arrested so they did. Jesus told them that He is only here for a short time and because they do not believe in Him and they are trying to make other people see that He is being dishonest. Jesus also has said that they will look for Him and will not find him because the place He is going they cannot come with Him. (John 7: 32-36)
Jesus main teaching is that if you believe in Him, have faith in Him you could see amazing things. Jesus seen a women upset and when He asked her what was wrong so told Hi...
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... there is just some evidence that a resurrection would leave behind. There was an empty tomb and countless of eyewitnesses and several of them who died for that claim. (Dickson, J. (n.d.). Life of Jesus (p. 162).
God knows everything that we do and even with our failures in our life is all the sin that is profound and unpayable. God will wipe the slate clean in all of our wrongdoing and he forgives and forgets as long as you put your faith into him. ((Dickson, J. (n.d.). Life of Jesus (p. 167). What is the most important part of Jesus was repentance of trusting him for God’s forgiveness and for that; God said Jesus had to die. With all the sinners of his day have recognized him for the only help of the divine mercy and the prodigal son looked to the awaiting father so the undeserved is pardon and trusting in his mercy.( Dickson, J. (n.d.). Life of Jesus (p. 169)
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