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  • Jesus, Jesus And The Bridegroom Of Jesus

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    From the original Jewish wedding practices, we can see that like a bridegroom of ancient times; Jesus came to the home of His bride, which is the Earth, for a betrothal. He made a covenant with His bride, sealed the covenant with a cup of wine, paid the bride price with His life, and gave His bride gifts of the Holy Spirit. We, the betrothed church, currently await the return of our Bridegroom to take us to the wedding chamber at the Rapture; where we will spend seven years with Him, while the Great

  • Comparing Jesus And Jesus In The Gospel Of Jesus

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    New Testament in the Gospel of John, Jesus said “I am the way, the truth, and the light and by following me you can enter the kingdom of God.” Buddha taught, that if you follow his path and live a moral life, be mindful of your thoughts and actions, and develop wisdom and compassion, you can reach enlightenment too. In their teachings, both Jesus and Buddha, provide a very practical guide to personal transformation that is remarkably similar. The Buddha and Jesus were both attempting to reach the

  • Jesus

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    When one thinks of Jesus, immediately as a Christian, we think of Easter and what it represents. There are few people today that have not at least heard of Jesus. In this essay, I will be discussing who Jesus of Nazareth was and what his message was to the people. I will go further and explain how that message was conveyed and what role his miracles played in his ministry. Finally, I will discuss the final event that convinced his followers that he was indeed more than just an ordinary man. The


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    Gospel of Max Set in Jesus’ Time Jesus Christ, our Lord and Saviour, was born in the city of Bethlehem surrounded by animals in a stable. He was visited by men who had come many miles to see him, to see the king of the Jews. The son of god and the Shepard of man was lying in a manger. It was a not even fit for a peasant ad certainly not fit for a king, but he did not mind. He was then taken to the town of Nazareth where he was then raised. Jesus was raised by his mother Mary and her husband Joseph

  • Jesus

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    Jesus of Nazareth The movie Jesus of Nazareth brings to life the life and story of Jesus Christ. The movie helped portray Jesus as something were not used to and showed the story of his life on a more relatable level. The miracles described in the bible are hard to imagine actually happening but the movie was able to materialize these things happening. It enables us to imagine what it would be like if Jesus were here today. The movie also incorporated many characters other minor characters that

  • Jesus

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    From birth until his death, Jesus has healed so many people suffering from illnesses and diseases. Healing was a general characteristic of his ministry. Jesus proved to be an unselfish individual by providing infinite care for others. Those who came to him never went away unaided. Jesus saw those in need as his children and he couldn’t bear to see their suffering. His healings by others were seen as miracles. Jesus was compassionate to serve others in need so they can be forgiven for their sins.

  • Jesus: The Importance Of The Resurrection Of Jesus

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    The resurrection of Jesus is a topic in Christian Apologetic that confirms the faith of a believer. Groothuis submits, “Of all the world’s religions Christianity alone purports to be based on the resurrection of its divine founder. No other religion or worldview makes such an audacious and consequential claim. Throughout the Gospels, Jesus himself predicts his own betrayal, death and resurrection.”1 The Bible reveals the importance of the resurrection in Corinthians 15:14-17, “And if Christ wasn’t

  • The Portrait Of Jesus In The Gospel Jesus

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    The portrait of Jesus is portrayed in the Gospel Matthew with Jesus being seen as the healer and a miracle worker. This is where everyone started to see Jesus differently and gain a new perspective of Jesus. He performed miracles that the people deemed as not possible. One example, is when Jesus stepped into a boat, crossed over and came to his own town. 2 Some men brought to him a paralyzed man, lying on a mat. When Jesus saw their faith, he said to the man, “Take heart, son; your sins are forgiven

  • Jesus: The Humanity Of Jesus In Scripture

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    The humanity of Jesus is evident throughout Scripture. He was born of a woman (Galatians 4:4), and later he would die a human death. Though his conception was spiritual his birth was fully human. Jesus had human emotion. He became weary after long travels, and as depicted in John 11:35 “He wept”. His outpouring of emotion over the loss of a friend shows that he cared deeply for the people he was connected with. Jesus was fully human. He was born human, felt human emotions, and live on Earth as a

  • Jesus the Christ: The Historical Jesus

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    The Birth of Jesus We can see the birth of Jesus in Matthew (Matt 1:18-25) (Matt 2:1-12), Luke (Luke 2:1-2) and John (John1:1-18). Both Matthew and Luke tell us that Jesus’ birth place was in Bethlehem in Judea in the time of King Herod of Judea and Emperor Augustine of the Roman Empire. The gospels tell us that Jesus was born in a stable under an inn (Luke 2:7). This is unlikely because Bethlehem was the birthplace of David, who was Joseph’s ancestor. This means that there may have been a