The him off. Jesus then came back to Galilee

            The bible says that Jesus was born from the virgin Mary. He
was said to be the son of God. I believe this because in order to get pregnant
it means you have been with a man. Jesus grew up to be a religious leader. He
brought people to him and went to people to show Christianity, so they would be
saved. This would allow them to be accepted in to heaven, and they would be
forgiven for their sins. Jesus’s life is mainly told through four Gospels.
These Gospels are Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. The Gospel of Matthew 2:1 says
that Jesus was born during the reign of Herod the Great. When he heard of
Jesus’s birth he got scared. He then tried to kill Jesus by ordering the death
of all Bethlehem’s children under two years old and under. Before this could
happen, Joseph warned Mary. He then took Mary and baby Jesus to Egypt until
Herod died. After Herod’s death, Joseph brought Mary and Jesus back to
Nazareth, in Galilee. Jesus then begins his ministries after he was baptized by
the John the Baptist, who declared him son of God.

            After being baptized Jesus went into the Judean desert to
fast and meditate for 40 days and nights. The Devil then appeared and tempted
Jesus three times, once to turn stone to bread, once to jump of a mountain
where angels would save him, and once offer all the kingdoms in the world. All
three times Jesus rejected the Devil’s temptation and sent him off. Jesus then
came back to Galilee and went to villages where he started gaining his
disciples. One of the disciples was Mary Magdalene, who was first mentioned in
the Gospel of Luke (16:9) and later in all four Gospels at the crucifixion. She
was involved in Jesus’s ministry from the beginning to death and after. She is
also who Jesus appeared to first after his resurrection. In the Gospel of John
(2:1-11) it explains how as Jesus was beginning his ministry, Jesus and his
disciples went with his mother to a wedding at Cana in Galilee. This was when
God turned water into wine. John’s gospel says the event was the first sign of
Jesus’s glory and his disciples’ belief in him. Next, they all went to
Jerusalem for Passover. This is when Jesus was angered and overturned
merchants’ tables, drove them out, and said that his Father’s house is not a
house for merchants. The Gospels follow Jesus as he traveled through Judea and
Galilee, using parables and miracles to explain how the prophecies were being
fulfilled and the kingdom of God was near. As word spread that Jesus was
healing the injured and sick, more people began to follow him. As Jesus kept
preaching more people followed and called him the Messiah. The Pharisees heard
of this and challenged Jesus in public, accusing him of having the power of
Satan but he proved them wrong. He defended his actions with parable. Jesus
then questioned their logic and told them such thinking denied the power of
God, which only further hardened their resolve to work against him. Near the
city of Caesarea Philippi, Jesus talked with his disciples. This is where Jesus
asked them, “Who do you say that I am?” This question confused his disciples,
and only peter responded, saying, “You are the Christ, the Son of the living
God.” Jesus blessed Peter and accepted the titles, and then said the
proclamation was a divine revelation from God. Jesus put Peter to be the leader
of the church. Jesus then warned his disciples of the Pharisees’ conspiracy
against him and of his fate to suffer and be killed, only to rise from the dead
on the third day. Less than a week later, Jesus took three of his disciples on
a mountain where they could pray alone. The Synoptic Gospels say Jesus’s face
began shining and his entire body glowed with a white light. Then, the prophets
Elijah and Moses appeared, and Jesus talked to them. A bright cloud emerged
around them, and a voice said, “This is my beloved Son, with whom I am
well pleased; listen to him.” This is where it is a given that Jesus is
the Son of God because God states it.

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Jesus
then arrives in Jerusalem on a donkey. Then Judas agreed to deliver Jesus to
the chief priests for 30 pieces of silver. Jesus and his 12 disciples met for
the Passover meal, and he gave them his final words of faith. He also foretold
of his betrayal by one of the disciples and privately let Judas know it was he.
Jesus told Peter that before a rooster crowed the next morning, he would have
denied knowing Jesus three times. They all then go to the Garden of Gethsemane
to pray. Jesus asks God if his suffering and death might pass him by. Soldiers
then attempted to take Jesus, but one got injured and Jesus healed him.
Everything that Jesus foretold happened. Jesus was then tortured, whipped,
beaten, and had a crown of thorns put on his head. He was then lead to Mount
Calvary to be crucified with two thieves. He said on the cross, “Father,
forgive them, for they know not what they do.” Every time I read this I think
of how mistreated Jesus was, yet after all that he wanted God to still forgive
us and have mercy on us. Jesus is the Son of God, yet he died for us rather
than living a full, powerful life. Because of Jesus we get to enjoy the wonders
of the world. 

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