Who Is Jesus Christ? and What Is His Missions to the World?

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Shirley Spencer
06/18/2010
Who is Jesus Christ? And what is his missions to the World? Jesus Christ? Who is that? Jesus Christ was the human form of God, that came to Earth to preform miracles, teach people his people about God, our Holy Father, and our savior. although he was born in Bethlehem, on December 25th, unto Mary and Joseph. Jesus Christ is the Son of God! “For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not parish, but have ever lasting life.” John 3:16

Christ was a many things to the people of his time, such as: a husband, a father, and a carpenter.

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