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4. who is jesus christ?



Jesus Christ was born in Bethlehem; his earthly parents were Mary and Joseph. Mary’s pregnancy was not produced by the union of Mary and Joseph, but by the Works of the Holy Spirit. ( Matthew 1:18/ Luke 1:26-35). Jesus is therefore, the Son of God (second person in the Trinity), the Anointed and the Messiah. Jesus, God and the Holy Spirit are the same person, hence Jesus Christ is God.


The Bible indicates that Jesus had earthly brothers, produced from the marriage between His parents, Mary and Joseph. Mary and Joseph had four sons: James, Joseph, Judas and Simon (Matthew 13:55 and Mark 6:3) along with several daughters. This is clear, not only by the various quotations found in the Bible, but also because Jesus is called the firstborn son (Matthew 1:25, Luke 2:7) indicating He had brothers who followed Him. Had Jesus been Mary’s only son, He would have been called the only begotten.


Jesus Christ was a very intelligent child, wise and interested in the things of God (luke 2:44-52). He worked as a carpenter and at the age of 30 He began His ministry. ( Like 3:23).


Over the next three years of His life, Jesus Christ was fully devoted to His ministry and preaching the Word of God with power and authority. Jesus healed the sick, saved, casted out demons, cleansed lepers and amazed all who were around Him.


After a period of time, Jesus was betrayed by Judas, one of his twelve disciples, and was surrendered to the authorities for His upcoming crucifixion. All these events confirmed the biblical prophecies written previously (Psalms, Isaiah, Zecharia, etc…) concerning Jesus’s life, betrayl, and how the Son of God and Messiah was to die. None of these facts suprised Jesus, for He knew the events to come in advance.


Jesus Christ was crucified and on the third day, He rose from the dead and resurrected ( Matthew 28, Mark 16, Luke 24, and John 20). After the resurrection, Jesus appeared a total of 12 times to His disciples and other persons.


The death and resurrection of Jesus meant the forgiveness of sins, a new life free from the condemnation of past sins and eternal life for everyone who believes in Him.


What was His purpose?


His purpose on earth was to come as man and live life as a man without sin, showing that when submitting to God we can do His will and overcome temptation. He came to bear all the sins of mankind on the cross, to free us from condemnation, to die for us, to forgive our sins by showing repentance and faith in Him, to free us from all bondage of this world, to free us of eternal death and to bring eternal salvation through faith in Him and only in Him.


Do you want to know more about Jesus Christ?


We propose a challenge that lasts 21 days and requires about 10 minutes a day. It consists of reading a chapter a day from the Gospel of John (the fourth book from the New Testament of the Bible). After these 21 days you will discover the history of the most impressive person that ever lived, the only person who has been able to impact the world and change the course of humanity and history, the wonderful person who is Jesus Christ.


If you do not have a copy of the Gospel of John, please email us with your address and we will send you one for free. If you want a complete Bible, please send us an email with your name and address and we will send it as soon as possible free of charge (Please write us a message on "are you willing to accept the the 21 day challenge?" in the top right of the page, and we will send you a free Gospel of John).


Note: This is a very short introduction to the life of Jesus Christ. To learn more about him, please contact us, we will answer all your questions.

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