The Importance Of Jesus Christ

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Jesus Christ’ death and resurrection is important to teach and prepare the people. There were so many insecurities and fears the people had about death and some even felt unworthy to die innocent. After Jesus came here to simply eliminate the lies that the world has conceived regarding the body and where the soul would end. Scholars believed in reincarnation like Josephus who called it transmigration. Others like the” Pharisee’s”, they believed in resurrection and thought the soul of the righteous lives on in a new body and the wicked souls perish. Paul of Tarsus explains, in (1 Cor 15:40-44) that there are two bodies an heavenly body and an earthly body. Christ’s dead body was sown into the tomb with dishonor and raised in glory …show more content…
He broke and blessed bread, and gave it to them and then their eyes were opened and knew it was him then he vanished. (luke24:33-37) They knew it was him and yet Jesus was not recognized when they met him after his resurrection he did not look the same. There is a spiritual transformation from living a life of sin by accepting the truth of the Lords forgiveness and your sin is past, forgotten therefore your living a new life in him guiltless because of his forgiveness. There are many spiritual transformations we go through in life especially when we accepted Christ’s death on the cross which makes us new again like a child. Starting over, a new birth, a new spiritual body with a sound mind, the same feet but walking in a different direction and a different year from how you where birthed by your mother. This new direction prepares us for the afterlife when our feet can walk no longer because the body …show more content…
We are given freedom to seek and understand the truth about the Lord Like Paul stated that we were free from the teachings of the Torah. Paul wept to the crowd and spoke that His heart bared witness of the Holy Ghost and that he has heaviness about the people of Israel. Their lives are the life Jesus wanted to bless for the glory of salvation and he see’s what the Lord meant by blessing them the simple teaching of salvation. (Romans9:1-5) Paul understood the system and how many would fall victim to the spirit of Saul that was after

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