+ All Jesus Christ Essays:
- Exegesis on Ephesians
- The Teaching of Jesus: The Lost Sheep
- Christ Triumphant Over Sin and Death by Peter Paul Ruben
- Passion of the Christ
- Flat Becoming Round: Adding Dimension to Christianity
- Christology; the Two Nature of Jesus
- The Place of Scripture in Evangelical, Liberal, and Neo-Orthodox Thought
- The Theology of Indigenization
- Jesus' Attitudes to and Treatment of Outcasts in Luke's Gospel
- Christ Figures in William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet
- Jesus and Muhammad Paper
- Evangelism Paper
- Mel Gibson’s The Passion of the Christ
- The Childlike and Biblical Connotations in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
- The Eucharist Sacrament, Signs & Symbols
- The Influence of Paul the Apostle
- Paul Tillich, a Guide for Christianity within a Pluralistic Society
- Theo 104 Reflection Paper
- Life after Death Opinions
- No Sacrifice Too Great
- McMurphy is Not a Christ Figure in Ken Kesey's One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
- Jesus: The Tragic Hero
- Mel Gibson’s The Passion of the Christ
- The Gospel of John - an Introduction
- Was Jesus the Reincarnation of Adam?
- The Doctrine of the Lord's Supper
- Jesus: Religous Myth
- Examination of Jesus' Death
- Belief in the Gospel of John
- Ethical Teachings and How They Guide Adherents in Their Daily Lives
- Unifying the Church
- Romans and the Christian Worldview
- The Life and Death of Jesus
- Fdt4 Task 2
- The Holy Trinity, by Masaccio
- Roman Impact on Christianity
- Starry Dance: Signs in the Stars During the Life of Chirst
- Graduation Speech
- Jesus' Cleansing of the Temple: Review of Matthews' Book
- Jesus Was Truly the Son of God
- The Gospel for Those Broken by the Church by Ron Rosenbladt
- Jesus As the Son of God
- Developing a Spirit-Guide Foundation with Christ in There Were Two Trees in The Garden by Rick Joyner
- How Jesus Helped the Lesser
- Was Jesus Simply a Good Man?
- The Sacrament of Baptism
- The Portrayal of Jesus in Matthew’s Gospel
- Samson and the Pillars of our Faith
- Herman Melville's Billy Budd as Allegory of Good versus Evil
- Romans Christian Worldview
- Biblical Allusions in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby
- Matthew 17: 1-13
- A Believer's Unity with Christ
- Comparing And Contrasting Jesus And Mohammad
- Book Summary of Steps to Christ
- The Mission of Jesus as Described in the Gospel of Mark
- The Gospel According to Mark by Jorge Luis Borges
- The Lake of Fire: Theological Topic of Great Controversy
- Exegetical Paper
- The Gospel of Thomas
- The Scourging of Christ, Giulio Cesare Procaccini
- Exploring Jesus' Use of Parables
- Types, Shadows, Christophanies
- The Acts of the Apostles
- Discipleship: Christianity and Jesus
- Is Tithing for New Testament Christians?
- Christopher J.H. Wright
- Hazel Mote's Spiritual Struggle
- Touchdown Jesus by Robert Laurence Moore
- The Christ in Majesty with Symbols of the Four Evangelists
- Jesus Reflection Essay
- I Am: the Light of the World
- A Book Analysis of “Is Jesus the Only Savior”
- Divinity through Decoration: Christ in Majesty with Symbols of the Four Evangelists
- Wright's Visions of Jesus in his Book, Who Was Jesus
- Bibl 323 Mod 3 Notes
- Analysis of the Message of the New Testament
- George’s Life Sacrifice in Gloria Naylor’s Mama Day
- The Great Gatsby Research: Gatsby Is Considered a Christ Figure
- A View of Christ Through “Goblin Market”
- The Bible As A Historical Document - Who Was Jesus?
- Early Christianity
- Divinity of Jesus
- Confirmation Expository Essay
- Sacrifices in The Great Gatsby, by F. Scott Fitzgerald
Who Jesus is for you
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- Rating: Excellent
Jesus was raised in Nazareth in the home of Joseph, a carpenter, and his wife Mary. Jesus most likely went to school in a room attached to the synagogue. He
was a faithful Jew and followed all the Jewish customs. Jesus was a human being.
God took on a human form in Jesus in order to live life like we do. God ‘s love for us is unconditional and infinite. To communicate with us in a personnel way like we do with our friends and family, there was no better way for God to be with us than for God
to become one of us. Jesus walked along the same roadways and experienced the same trials and tribulations as other people. Accepting Jesus as fully human is as important as accepting him as fully divine. Jesus experienced stress, anger, frustration and loneliness but he chose never to respond sinfully to these experiences. Given the choice between popularity and telling people the truth, he chose the path that ultimately turned people against him and led to his death.
Jesus is a role model for me. Like Jesus I have been baptized in the faith.
I was baptized as an infant whereas Jesus was baptized by his cousin John the
Baptist when he was about thirty years old. During his life Jesus was tempted in the desert by the devil three times to give up his complete dependence on God and accept the easy forms of power the devil offered. Jesus resisted for he knew that only his faith in
God would give him the power. As I grow up many times I am tempted to do the wrong
things. Doing the wrong thing is sometimes easier than doing what is right.
Understanding that Jesus also faced these obstacles and that prayer can help
you resist in these tough situations in life is reassuring to me.
Jesus taught his disciples and us how to pray. He taught people to pray
simply and trustingly to God as father, without trying to impress God with fancy language. Through Jesus I learned to talk to God like a son does to his father;
to say what is in your heart, to ask for guidance when you need to make tough
Jesus has taught me to be thankful for all the blessing I have in life.
Blessing are not necessarily being rich in material goods. But being rich in the
things that matter most like the love and respect of family and friends.
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teaches that in the Kingdom of God the usual values and priorities of the world are turned upside down. The poor are truly rich, the most powerful are the weakest and a person who wants to lead must first become a servant. Jesus could not stand hypocrisy and injustice and he let people know. The Pharises and the Sadducces debated with him
on the fine points of Jewish law and healing a person on the Sabbath a day of rest.
Jesus loved the law, but he could not bear to see it abused as a way to control people and put them down. By following Jesus example, I try to reflect on our laws and how they
effect all people.
Jesus taught that people should love not only their friends but their enemies as well. He lived this by example. He forgave those who persecuted him and betrayed him.
Even as he hung on the cross dying, he forgave those who put him to death. Many times
in my life I have gotten mad at people who I thought have betrayed me. It is easy to stay
angry or hold a grudge but then I think of Jesus and realize these things are petty.
If Jesus could forgive the people who crucified him my actions seem inconsequential.
Jesus has taught me to accept people who are different then me. Through him I
have learned not to judge people. I try to have an open mind with those that are
different from me. Jesus stood up for people who were powerless I try to help
those who are less fortunate then I am. Through my grandparents church I
donate clothes that I have outgrown, books that I have already read and sport
equipment which I have replaced to children who families are from foreign countries and can not afford to buy these things for their children.
Jesus lived many years ago, but the lessons we learn from him still apply today
in our lives. He taught me how to communicate with God, our father and how to live life with humility-a total openness to the call of God. By following Jesus teachings I can
show that we are all God’s children and we are all loved by God. Jesus is to me
a way to understand God which I can relate to. Jesus is God in a human form. He
has some of the same traits as God but also some of the same weaknesses I have.
He shows me that I can be close to God even though I am not perfect.