Jesus Christ Essay

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I learned all about Jesus Christ in this some lessons in our Christian Living subject with our subject in-charge Ma. Imelda Grace G. Daña RVM. First, I learned about the Four Gospel: One Message of Lesson 1 of our subject. St. Paul, in his letter to the Galatians, stress two important facts about gospel: there is no other gospel and that the gospel he and the other apostles preach came from Jesus Christ. The Gospel writers are Matthew, Mark, Luke, John. Matthew, Mark and Luke are Synoptic Gospels because it explains about Jesus’ Humanity. John’s Gospel explains about Jesus’ Divinity. The account of Jesus teaching His audience about the values of the kingdom contained in the Beatitudes and the many new laws on praying, almsgiving, and …show more content…
The three temptations that Jesus’ face are first, turning the stones to bread. Second, If He is the Son of God, Throw yourself down and commands His angels concerning you and with their hands they will support them. Third, If He will prostrate Satan and worship him, he will give all of this kingdom. Lesson 4, Jesus Proclaim the Kingdom! Jesus Proclaim the Kingdom by Parables, Stories, etc. The Kingdom of God is His precious gift to us. Jesus came to proclaim that gift has come when He was sent by the Father to save us. We work for the growth of God’s kingdom by Changing our mind and heart in conformity to the will of God, Mending our relationship with God and others, Doing things that reflect God’s peace, justice, and love, Living the virtues and values of the Kingdom without compromise and Using our talents and resources for the accomplishment of the Kingdom. Lesson 5, Jesus Calls the First Disciples! Jesus had many followers, but the Bible tells us He had twelve who were specifically called to be His closest friends. They spent a great deal of time with Jesus. The mission of the Twelve are to over all demons and to cure diseases. The Twelve followers of Jesus or the twelve Disciples are Peter, Andrew, James, John, Philip, Nathanael or Bartholomew, Matthew, Thomas, James the Less, Simon the Zealot, Thaddeus or Judas and Judas Iscariot. Judas Iscariot is the apostle who betrayed his Master with a kiss. Lesson 6, Jesus Heals and Forgives! Healing and

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