Jesus Christ Is A Historical Figure

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Who was Jesus Christ? Some claim he was a prophet while others claim he is the Son of God. Some say he was a historical figure while others say he was never even here. So who is this man know as Jesus Christ? From Messianic prophecies to the coming of the Son in the end times, no matter who Jesus is to someone he is a historical figure with a background that has been documented within the Bible. The book of Isaiah was written almost seven hundred years before Jesus was born. Isaiah claims the coming of a child of great importance.”For a child will be born to us, a son will be given; and the government will be upon his shoulder…” (Isaiah 9:6, New American Standard Version) This verse was written hundreds of years before the coming of Jesus …show more content…
Jesus’ ministry started three years before he was crucified, during this time he performed many miracles and taught multiple crowds about God through parables. Throughout the parables, Jesus uses stories as examples to explain to the crowds the love of God while pointing out the consequences of their sins. For example in the parable of “The Lost Sheep,” located in Luke 15, Jesus claims “I tell you that in the same way, there will be more joy in heaven over one sinner who repents than over ninety-nine righteous persons who need no repentance.” (Luke 15:7, New American Standard Version) Jesus did not come with the intention of saving the whole world or no one. He came with the intention to save all the people who are willing to believe in him. If only one person were to come to Him after everything He has done, it would have still been worth it because He came to Earth out of …show more content…
One day He is going to return from Heaven to save the world from sin, while He resumes His reign over the Earth from the Earth. When Jesus returns to Earth He will bring hope with Him. He will abolish all pain from those who love Him. “And He will wipe every tear from their eyes; and there will no longer be any mourning, or crying, or pain; the first things have passed away.”(Revelation 21:4, New American Standard Version) When Jesus returns the world is going to pass away, a new world will take it’s place. This new home will be a place of hope and love. We will forever be with the one who has created us and their in the love of Jesus is where we shall always

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