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give birth to a son. She would name her son Jesus. Mary being a virgin gave birth to a child, conceived by God through his Spirit. Jesus being conceived in a supernatural manner became man and God in one creation. God became incarnate in this child who became known by the name of Jesus (Mathew 1:18-25). Jesus was a Palestinian Jew, born in a town south of Jerusalem, raised in Nazareth in a small village in Galilee. Jesus was not any ordinary child. Jesus was the son of the living God. Not only was...

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human morality. The fall of man, initiated by Adam’s inability to resist Eve’s temptation to disobey God in the Garden, is paramount. Sin had not entered this world until that moment. It explains why we are all sinful by nature. We must follow Jesus’ teachings and develop discipline and self-control in order to counteract this original sin. Write 2-3 sentences explaining the importance of God revealing Himself through covenants. The Covenants, New, and Old alike are God’s way of interacting...

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Jesus of Nazareth

 Jesus of Nazareth The purpose of life is to serve, know and love God. This is one example of the standards for Christianity. Jesus once said, “I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life. No one comes to the Father except through me.” This expresses his opinion that whoever follows the religion should only believe in one God. Jesus’s religion, Christianity, has spread throughout the world. While influencing the world for about 2,000 years, about 33% of the world is Christian. (Garza,1). Jesus Christ...

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The Uniqueness of Jesus

thousand years ago God came to earth as one of us. Jesus, born in a manger, came to earth at a time were everything was at its best and worst depending on the situation. While the Romans did bring common language, roads, and currency, they also brought along pagan ideas and the idea that Caesar Augustus was god. At the time of Jesus, Israel had never been worse. With their traditions and rejection, Jesus entered into Israel's worst times. While Jesus could pick to come to earth whenever he pleased,...

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Reflection on Jesus

Reflections on Jesus The teachings of Jesus, His death and resurrection, and the promise of His return provide believers with a firm foundation for living, confidence in God’s power and provision in our lives, and clear direction in The Way. As a believer, His message directs my educational choices, guides my life experiences, and determines how I approach society. Christ teaches that the measure of successful living in His eternal kingdom is far different than the standards society espouses. In...

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Who Is Jesus

Response Paper: Who is Jesus? Abstract This paper discusses who Jesus is in the context of Matthew 16 13-20. Also discussed are the historical and modern views of Jesus and my own personal view of who he is. From the time he was in the womb, to millennia after his death, the world has been trying to answer the question, “Who is Jesus?” For some he was a crazy lunatic, a heretic, a political problem. Some thought he was a religious prophet, John the Baptist, Elijah, or even Jeremiah. However...

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Jesus Essay

Leadership Essay “Jesus” In the Bible, Jesus' leadership can be summed up as having vision translated into reality, creating a leadership team, establishing authority for the church and over Satan, and preparing himself for any situation. Jesus walked the earth more than 2,000 years ago. This one man made such an impression on those around him that he is still to this day considered the greatest leader of all time. For one man to make such an impact on the world, especially considering...

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Jesus and Muhammed

Jesus and Muhammad your name University of Phoenix HUM/130 Christianity and Islam are currently and arguably the largest religions with a following. Today you will find Muslims and Christians present in every territory and country in the world. Jesus and Mohammed are two of history's most important and well known figures in religion today. The lives of men and women has been shaped by the teachings of Jesus and Mohammed for a long period of time. Jesus...

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Jesus and Mohammed

HUM/130 Jesus and Mohammed 1. Jesus was born in 4 BC in Bethlehem whereas; Mohammed was born in 570 A.D. in Mecca. (Let us reason ministries 2011) 2. Jesus’s name has meaning it means God is our savior similar to the meaning of Mohammed’s name which means the praised one. (Let us reason ministries 2011) 3. Jesus had to move to a part of his town that was called Capernaum because he was being rejected from people in his hometown very similar to what Mohammed had to do when he moved...

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Christianity and Jesus

HARVESTING AS GOD’S BUSINESS Jesus said in Luke 19:10 that He came to seek and save the lost. And just like in new testament time, there’s plenty of lost in our midst today that needs Jesus in their lives. You and I, as a youth of this generation needs to make a stand and obey Jesus on His mandate that in His name forgiveness and repentance of sins must be preach Luke 24:47. Jesus was twelve years old when he went up to the Jerusalem together with Mary and Joseph, to fulfill temple duties and...

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