The Beliefs Of Jesus Christ: The Son Of God

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There are many types of religions in the world, all in which different cultures believe in. It is one thing to be raised and taught to believe in a “God” but it is an other thing when that “God” is proven real. Many people believe in a “higher power” but do not want to classify that “higher power” so that it does not change their lifestyle or their behaviour. Humans like to be comfortable in their own skin, with their own beliefs, therefore, they will try and convince themselves in what they believe is real for their own comfort. In that case, couldn 't that be very scary if they are wrong? In today’s day in age, no religion is the new religion. We no longer want to praise and worship God, people want to worship celebrities, by surrounding …show more content…
He was an icon over 2000 years ago for the christian believers, and the rest of the world. Jesus Christ’s existence had a huge significance in our world that still effects us today. He was known as the “Son of God” and “The Messiah” in the Hebrew language meaning “the promised deliverer”. There is so much proof of his existence during that time, even non-believers have stated that Jesus was in fact a real man. Jesus came into our world in a specific manner which fulfilled the old testament’s prophecies. Therefore, for people who know the prophecies, know that he is the Son of God. An iconic image that is very well known is “The last supper” an image of Jesus and his disciples having their last supper before Jesus was crucified on the cross. Many people in the christian faith, love the painting of that last supper because it was a touching moment and it shows how humble Jesus was when He knew He was going to be betrayed by one of his disciples, therefore, leading to crucifixion. The last supper had more of a significance to it, it was also known as the passover meal, Jesus’ command to remember what He was about to do on behalf of all mankind: shed His blood on the cross thereby paying the debt of our sins (Luke 22:19). Therefore using the passover to have a new covenant, there was two symbols associated with the passover and to remind them about the sacrifice. Which saves us from spiritual death and delivers us from spiritual bondage: “After taking the cup, he gave thanks and said, ‘Take this and divide it among you. For I tell you I will not drink again from the fruit of the vine until the kingdom of God comes.’ And he took bread, gave thanks and broke it, and gave it to them, saying, ‘This is my body given for you; do this in remembrance of me.’ In the same way, after the supper he took the cup, saying, ‘This cup is the new covenant in my blood, which is poured out for you’” (Luke

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