Life of Jesus tells about His incomparable sacrifice to mankind. We need to learn patience and endurance whenever we happen to come across the people those who are ignorant about our good will and activities.
God always loves His all people even then they have done a lot of sins in their life. He treats them as His children. He will always forgive them when they surrender to Him and pray for His apologizes.
deepthganesh, what you are speaking of was not his life, but his death... his "life" also teaches us a lot... his compassion for others, his righteousness, his seeking to establish the Kingdom of God on earth through mutual loving-kindness... from all this, Jay, I feel, God's intention is that we have heaven within our hearts, here and now... which we can accomplish when we fulfill our God given purpose, which is why we were created in the first place: to care for God's creation.
Jesus was the Son of God and His life I believe was seeing what human life was in the flesh. He was about God's work but He also was a carpenter, can we imagine He spent days or probably years laboring at a job just as we do, up until His time He lived much like us but also preaching and teaching just as we should. Having a job does not mean we have no time to be a witness and I believe He showed that. Our Lord had no special treatment and although. He showed man could resist temptation keeping in the Word and obedience to God's law. His mission was to shed blood for sinners sins and Create the Church, His body, not a building, giving all non Jews (and even Jews who so chose to accept him) a place of everlasting life. The Church being a spiritual promise, the Jew an earthly one and I believe the Jews who love God and have died will arise to a physical body. He will bring all parts back together,gather them up, no matter how wide spread the parts may be or decayed, burned, etc. Maybe God's intention simply was giving the Gentiles a place in His plan.
by M. T. Dremer 2 years ago
Atheists, can you make an argument for god's existence?They say that, in order to understand both sides of an issue, you must know enough that you could argue for the other side. It's a common practice in speech/debate classes. So this question is for atheists; can you make a convincing argument...
by Origin 8 years ago
I'm not a religious person for the most part, probably an agnostic/christian hybrid, if that makes sense. Anyhow, some people seem to believe that God is a He, but if God is all knowing and everything, then wouldn't that make God a She as well? I think it's because of the male dominated society...
by heavenbound5511 7 years ago
How to is much easier than - that is and isn't true! If you want your life to change for the better and actually see how God does honor his word as we believe and walk it out.There is help for those that acknowledge and choose to believe without evidence that Jesus died and rose from the dead 3...
by glendoncaba 8 years ago
Atheists are looking for evidence to attack the story of Jesus and have been all over the internet saying that Christians stole the myth of Horus.Here is a good article which debunks the lie. Read it and comment:http://www.pleaseconvinceme.com/index/I … Horus_Myth
by marty1968 7 years ago
Athiest are very misled. Who will Agree
by graceinus 4 years ago
What does God's Grace mean to you?Do we understand or under estimate the Grace of God? Is God's grace far more than what we think it is? What is all covered in His Grace? God's grace is unmerited, unearned favor or pardon. But what exactly does this mean for all of us. Does one have grace if...
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