Christ teaches that we are the salt of the earth, and also the light of the world. That same light should never be hidden.
Life of Jesus
Every event of Jesus’ life has meaning for us, rediscover how he provided the greatest example of how to live. Each event of his life according to the Bible told in story format.
Gabriel visits the virgin Mary, announcing she will give birth to and be the earthly mother of Jesus, the Son of God. Mary, in faith, accepts God’s will.
The Three Wisemen, carrying gifts, travel to visit the Baby Jesus, Mary, and Joseph in the stable at Bethlehem on the night of Nativity.
Miracles came to Zacharias and Elisabeth as they gave birth to a son in their elderly, and prophesied, “You will help guide people who sit in darkness to peace by teaching them about repentance through God’s tender mercies.”
Joseph was a carpenter, and he taught his son how to carefully envision the finished product, and patiently find it in the wood.
Forty days of purification. Fasting, solitude, and temptation. This purification would allow Him to begin His ministry, and prepare him to teach and heal.
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“The lame man stood on his feet and walked away.” His goodness is unlimited for all the mentally, spiritually, or physically lame that need it.
Jesus returned to Nazareth, the town where He grew up as a carpenter’s son. Jesus heals a paralyzed man, found in Matthew 9, Luke 5 and Mark 2.
“Master! Don’t you care that we are about to die? “Peace, be still,” he said calmly, arms outstretched to the dangerous tempest.
“Give me what you have,” answered the Master. And the 5000 were fed. If we have faith in God, and faith in Jesus, we are given infinitely more than we give.
Jesus walks on the water, then calls out to Peter who joins him only to doubt and sink. When we look to the Savior we never have any reason to doubt.
Jesus Said “I am the bread of life. He that comes to me will never be hungry, and he that believes me will never be thirsty. You have seen me, and don’t believe. I came from heaven not to do my will, but the will of Him that sent me.”
The Pharisees question the followers of Christ, and Christ teaches that what goes into a man does not corrupt him, but what comes out of his mouth.
The blind man asked, “where is He, that I may believe in Him?” Christ identified himself, and the man worshiped Him. He knew that he had found the Savior.
Even the worst of mistakes and sins can be overcome through the grace and love of Jesus Christ, just as the woman caught in adultery.
Christ invites children to join him, and blesses them, teaching that we must be as humble as little children in order to enter the Kingdom of God.
Jesus taught the rich that the sacrifice of a poor woman was greater than theirs, not measured by amount of money, by the amount of sacrifice.
Jesus teaches in the Parable of the Ten Virgins that we must always be prepared for His coming. No one knows when that day comes, so we must be ready.
One of Jesus’ beloved apostles, Judas Iscariot, betrays him with a kiss by leading soldiers and the Jewish leaders to Him on the night of Atonement.