Matthew And Jesus Comparison

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Sharing the Gospel with Joe will be different than the manner I normally share. I rarely encounter people who deny any belief of God. Joe who has told be Catholicism was in his childhood, but is something he does not practice as an adult has also shared he does not attend church and has not accepted any of my invitations to visit my church. HE has indicated a desire to socialize with me, hence my invitations to church. I have come to realize he is seeking to establish a relationship with me prior to attending church with me. I will simply have to set aside some time to socialize with him away from work and allow us to become better acquainted before he will attend church with me or receive the message I wish to share with him. When I feel, …show more content…
“The Lamb of God which taketh away the sin of the world” (John 1:29 KJV), He has arrived and many accounts of His deeds are found in the testimonies of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. Jesus, born of a virgin, descendent of Abraham and David (Matthew chapter1), is the seed of Eve in Genesis, the Passover Lamb in Exodus, Emanuel of Isaiah, the redeemer of mankind. He was sent by God, His Father to be the sacrifice to atone for the sin of the fall which could not be washed away by the flood. Our constant and ongoing struggle against the will of God. We do not take care of His temple, we seek to rule it. God in His love for us sent His only Son to Die in our place for the sin we commit, salvation is through Him (John 3: 11-21). Jesus is our example, in His life He shows us the love of the Father. His sacrifice is what allows us the ultimate restoration, we are adopted into the family of God, given rights and privileges as joint, is the collimation of the family, shows us how we should live. Loving our fellow man, of the same Spirit, heirs with Jesus (Romans 8:14-17). The people did not believe Jesus to be the Son of God. They spit on Him, beat Him, humiliated Him, nailed Him to a cross and when He passed from this life, the ground shook, rocks were split, dead saints came out of their graves and walked about. The Roman soldiers at the site witnessed this and fearfully admitted Jesus was surly the Son of God (Matthew 27:

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