Jesus, also called Jesus Christ, Jesus of Galilee, or Jesus of Nazareth, (born c. 6–4 bce, Bethlehem—died c. 30 ce, Jerusalem), religious ...
Jesus Christ is the Patriarch of Christianity. Christianity is the Holy Way of the Five Great Paths founded by Jesus Christ in Israel, 544 years after Buddhism in India.
Jesus was born into a poor but very pious family: the family of Mary and Mr. Joseph.
Mary was previously a Sister in the Temple of Jerusalem, when she was old enough to get married, the Temple law required the male monks in the Temple to have someone to marry, because according to the teachings of God with Mr. Mrs. Eve: "Unissez-vous et multipliez." (Now we must live together to produce more.)
Sister Maria's husband selection ceremony is held according to the Temple's law: Unmarried male monks, each choose a flower branch, put it in a vase in the Temple, after 3 days, whoever's flower is still fresh It's that person's predestined relationship to marry Maria.
Mr. Joseph at that time was 50 years old, must follow the same rule. The young monks have chosen flowers carefully with much hope and have already put them all in the vase. And Joseph thought he was old, had a wife and children, but the Temple law had to be obeyed, but it was customary. He picked up a dead lily branch from someone who had left it on the ground and put it in a vase. But strangely, the lily, the flowers that bloomed and faded, then fell, and the water-catching bud came back to life, flourishing. All the other flowers in the vase have withered. So Mr. Joseph had to marry Mary.
The Temple Law again required the newlyweds to go out, not to stay in the Temple anymore. The couple Maria and Joseph took them out to rent a house, take care of their business and make a living. Mr. Joseph worked as a carpenter, and Mrs. Maria worked as a tailor, knitting and embroidering, temporarily living day to day.
Mary was pregnant with her first child: Jesus. She was warned in a dream by the Angel Gabriel that she would give birth to a Savior for mankind.
On the annual Feast day solemnly held in the Temple of Jerusalem, although the womb was near the due date, but because of their piety, the couple Maria-Joseph both tried to go to the Temple to worship. When they arrived, the inns were rented out by guests attending the ceremony, the weather was too cold, the couple had to go to Bethlehem and ask a rancher for temporary shelter in the barn.
At 12 o'clock on the night of December 24 of the solar calendar, Mary was in labor and gave birth to Jesus. The Child Jesus was swaddled and temporarily placed in a manger to cool off in the stables in the cave.
The Prophets foretold the day of the birth of Christ: The day the comet rises, the day of the birth of the Lord, so remember to look out for people. In the hour of the Nativity, many miracles happened: The shepherds in the field suddenly heard in the middle of the silence there was no voice of the Angel: Christ was born, the light shined brightly.
The shepherds immediately went looking for and found the Child Jesus lying in a manger, and they bowed down to him first of all.
King Herod, who was ruling over the Jews, suddenly met the Magi from the East who came and asked, "Where is the newborn King of the Jews? We have seen his star in the Eastern Heaven, so we should look for it. come to pay homage to him."
Hearing this, King Herod panicked and the whole city of Jerusalem was in an uproar. He summoned the High Priests and scribes to ask questions, and they told them that the Lord had been born in Bethlehem of Judea. King Herod feared that the presence of God would harm his power, so he sought to kill God, but he did not know which child was God. He ordered all children 2 years old and under to be killed, according to the time he had asked of the Magi.
Then the angel appeared to Joseph in a dream, saying, Arise, and take the child and his mother, and flee to Egypt, and stay there until I tell you, for King Herod is about to hunt down the child and kill him.
Six years later, King Herod died. Again the angel came to Joseph in a dream and said to Joseph, Arise and bring the child and his mother back to Israel, for the one who sought to harm the child is dead.
Joseph brought his family to Galilee in Nazareth. Jesus was 6 years old. The whole family lived in poverty. Joseph continued to work as a carpenter, and Mary sewed. Jesus used to help his mother carry hired water on the banks of the River Jourdain.
When Jesus was 12 years old, he followed his father to learn carpentry. At that time, Mr. Joseph accepted to build a house for a person in the neighborhood, calculating how when cutting wood, all the pillars were cut off. The owner caught the temple. Mr. Joseph sat down and wept, because the family was poor, where the money was. Jesus immediately prayed, then the father held one end of the column, the son held the other end of the column stretched out to be enough inches to compensate the owner. Taking that risk, strangely enough, the wooden pole stretched as it wanted.
It was Christ who performed his first miracle at the age of 12.
In the same year, Jesus entered the Temple of Jerusalem. The missionaries in the Temple heard the name of God as a child prodigy, and immediately gathered and questioned. At that time, Christna descended on the Lord, so He sat among the passionate preachers who surprised everyone.
Since then, when Jesus returned home, he was like everyone else, working as a carpenter with his father, being filial to his mother, and gentle with everyone. But He felt it was difficult, Jesus asked to work outside, take money back home with his parents to raise a family.
A long time passed, when Jesus was 30 years old, when Jesus heard Saint Jean Baptiste performing the Reconciliation Mass at the river Jourdain, Jesus immediately went there. When he saw Jesus coming from afar, Saint Jean Baptiste knew this was the Messiah, and said: "I have been waiting for this person since morning."
The Lord came to receive the solution of the Injury in Saint Jean. When Saint Jean had just finished the execution, Jesus had just stepped ashore from the river, when a light appeared in the sky falling between the Lord's head and a voice said: "Behold, my beloved son! All my grace! Let it be for you."
Then Jesus was sent into the desert to be tested by Satan. During the 40 days and nights, the Lord was tempted by the Devil with all kinds of things, but he could not seduce him. The Demon King succumbed to His greatness.
From that day, Jesus, the True Spirit of Christna, descended. He began to spread the word everywhere, received 12 Apostles, performed many miracles to save people's suffering. He claimed to be the son of God, that is, the son of God, and glorified the great God.
Jesus, with a passionate love of life, He taught His disciples love, charity, almsgiving, truth, humility, self-examination, and commandments. forbidden, keep a high and pure heart, perfect speech, right actions, worship God with all your heart.
Because of the law of unconditioned, no one escapes the Last Judgment, whether dead or alive, will be rewarded with just punishment.
All the teachings of Jesus Christ constituted a system of doctrine for the Judaism in Judaism, which spread strongly to Europe. The authority of the feudal king and the Caiaphas was shaken, so they sought to kill Jesus.
They falsely accused Him of plotting rebellion, and bribed Yuda, an Apostle of the Lord, to betray God. Yuda was blinded by money, so it was a sign for the soldiers to arrest Jesus and Jesus was condemned to death and crucified by them.
Jesus knew it in advance, but He did not avoid it, but just followed God's will.
What does His death mean?
That is to bring the precious body of the Holy Spirit to offer to God, as a sacrifice to atone for the sins of mankind. This action is similar to the offering of Tam Buu by Cao Dai followers to Duc Chi Ton, but it is absolutely more noble.
The death of Jesus to atone for the sins of mankind is truly noble, worthy of being the Savior of mankind.
The Twelve Holy Apostles of Jesus Christ are:
1. Simon, also called Peter (Saint Pierre).
2. Andrew, Peter's brother.
3. Jacob, son of Zebedee.
4. John, brother of Jacob.
8. Matthew was a tax collector.
9. Jacob, son of Alphaeus.
11. Simon was a zealous Canaanite.
12. Judas Iscariot (replaced by Matthya).
Yuda herself sold God to receive money from the Caiaphas to buy land, but she fell in an accident, broke her stomach, and died tragically.
The remaining eleven Apostles of the Lord sent Matthya to replace Judas for the original 12 Apostles.
Lord Jesus Christ, although he is the Patriarch of the Holy Way, but His True Spirit is a Buddha. He was ordered by the Supreme Being to open the Holy Way in Israel to save the peoples of Europe.
The birth of Jesus Christ, whether by mortal or divine conception, whether he was the biological son of Mr. Joseph of the line of King David (that is, incarnate, the Virgin Mary was not a virgin), or the adopted son of Mr. Joseph, no of the lineage of King David (i.e. the Holy Child, the Virgin Mary), the worship of God is not based on that, but on the merits and deeds of God for mankind. Jesus taught mankind many useful things and finally used his death on the Cross to atone for mankind's sins and pay filial piety to God. That's the important thing. Humanity worships Him, honors Him as the Savior.
To say that Jesus was born in a mortal body is to devalue God completely, because if that is the case, then Buddha Shakyamuni or Confucius were both born in human form, it is not respectable. important or what?
Genealogy and Family
The Life and Passion of Jesus , by Italian painter Gaudenzio Ferrari , 1513
Christmas and Childhood
Pastors come to worship Au Chua , painting by Gerard van Honthorst
According to Matthew and Luke, Jesus was born in Bethlehem of Judea to the virgin Mary , by the "supernatural power" of the Holy Spirit . The Gospel of Luke recounts the event that the angel Gabriel came to Mary to announce that she had been chosen to bear the Son of God . Catholics call this event the Feast of the Annunciation . Also according to Luke, Mary and Joseph, by decree of Caesar Augustus , had to leave their home in Nazareth to return to Joseph's homeland of King David 's lineage. to register in the population register. After giving birth to baby Jesus, the two had to use a manger as a cradle because there was no room in the inn. According to Luke, an angel announced Christmas to shepherds who came to see them and then spread the good news throughout the region. Matthew recounts the story of the wise men who brought gifts to the baby Jesus on a journey guided by a star that they believed was a sign of the birth of the Messiah or King of the Jews.
Jesus' childhood, according to the New Testament record, was spent in Nazareth in Galilee after returning from Egypt , where they sought refuge shortly after the birth of the infant Jesus to avoid the apocalypse. assassin of King Herod . At the age of 12, the boy Jesus and his parents went up to the Temple in Jerusalem, lost and found by his parents, which is the entire reclusive life of Jesus' childhood as recorded in the New Testament book of Jesus. Luca.
Baptism and Temptation
The Gospel of Mark begins with the baptism (baptism) of Jesus by John the Baptist ( John the Baptist ), considered by Bible scholars to be the starting point of his ministry on earth. According to Mark's account, Jesus went to the Jordan River, where John the Baptist was still teaching and baptizing crowds. After Jesus was baptized and emerged from the water, according to Mark's account, "He saw the heavens opened, and the Holy Spirit descending upon Him like a dove. Again a voice came from above. God said, Thou art my Beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased . Luke adds sequential details that John the Baptist began teaching in the 15th year of Tiberius Ceasar (about 28 C.E.), and Jesus was baptized when he was about thirty years old. Matthew adds to other accounts detailing John's refusal to baptize Jesus, saying that it was Jesus who was worthy to perform the baptism for John. However, Jesus emphasized that his baptism was for the "fulfillment of all works of righteousness . " The Gospel of John focuses on the testimony of John the Baptist seeing the Holy Spirit as a dove upon Jesus, and recognizing him as "the Lamb of God," and the Lord Christ (i. who is anointed to reign).
According to the Gospel account of Matthew, after being baptized, the Holy Spirit led Jesus into the wilderness, where he fasted for forty days and nights. The devil appeared and tempted Jesus to show supernatural powers to prove he was God , but he rejected and overcame the devil's temptation by quoting Scripture from the book of Deuteronomy The Law of Signing (Second Law). In all, the devil tried to tempt him three times. The Gospels report that, after suffering defeat, the devil left and angels came to serve Jesus.
Executing the Ministry
Sermon on the Mount , painting by Carl Heinrich Bloch , 19th century
According to the Gospels, Jesus is the Messiah, "Son of God" , "Lord and God" . He came to "give his life as a ransom for many" and to "preach the good news of the Kingdom" . The Gospels also report that Jesus traveled widely preaching the good news and performing many miracles such as healing diseases, casting out demons, walking on water, turning water into wine, and raising the dead as in the story of Lazarus .
The Gospel of John records three Passovers during Jesus' ministry. This implies that Jesus' time preaching the Gospel lasted three years. Despite having many disciples, Jesus was very close to the Twelve Apostles . Huge crowds of thousands of people came to hear him teach. Although he was not respected at home, and in Perea (west of the Jordan River), he was especially respected in the Galilee (north of Israel).
One of Jesus' most famous sermons was the Sermon on the Mount , which featured the Blessings and the Common Prayer (Our Father). Jesus admonished to stay away from anger, lust, divorce, oaths, and vengeance; respect and keep the Law of Moses . As recorded in the gospel of Matthew, Jesus said, "Do not think that I have come to abolish the Law of Moses or the prophets; I have not come to abolish it, but to fulfill it" . While interpreting the law of Moses , Jesus commanded his disciples to "a new commandment" and advised them "if anyone slaps you on the right cheek, turn the other cheek", love your enemies and keep the spirit of the law, not blindly following the letter.
Jesus often used parables when teaching, such as the story of the prodigal son , and the story of the sower . His teaching focused on unconditional love and instilled a spirit of self-sacrifice towards God and towards everyone. Jesus also taught a spirit of service and humility as well as tolerance, peace, faith , and the inheritance of eternal life in the "Kingdom of God". Jesus foretold events to come, and foretold the end of the world, which would come unexpectedly; thus reminding his followers to remain vigilant and faithful in the faith. Sermon on Mount Olive, recorded in the gospels of Matthew 24, Mark 13, and Luke 21 provide many details of this event.
In Jesus' teaching there are things that seem paradoxical to the world but are in harmony with God's justice such as the warning that "the first will be last, and the last will be the first" as well as the words admonishes "Whoever wants to save his life will lose it, but whoever loses his life for my sake will find it" and advises to respond to violence with love and peace. Jesus promises peace to his believers, and solves all the problems they face in life, but Jesus also warns that there will be divisions that pit family members against one another (because of disagreements about beliefs)..
Jesus often argued with the Jewish religious leaders. He disagreed with the Sadducees because they did not believe in the resurrection of the dead.  The relationship between Jesus and the Pharisees is more complicated. Although often rebuking the Pharisees for hypocrisy , Jesus opened them up to his teachings by dining with them, teaching in the synagogues, and watching some people. Pharisees like Nicodemus were disciples.
Judaea and Galilee in Jesus' day
Jesus lived close to those despised by society such as tax collectors ( Roman Empire tax officers , often scorned for using their position to corrupt), including Matthew (about later one of the Twelve Apostles ); when the Pharisees criticized Jesus for often dealing with sinners , Jesus replied that only sick people need a doctor, not healthy people or think they are healthy, "Go and Learn what this verse means: I want mercy, but not sacrifice. For I have not come here to call on the righteous but sinners . " According to Luke and John, Jesus came to preach the gospel to the Samaritan community (who followed a variant form of Judaism and considered pagan by the Jews) next to Jacob's well in Sychar
The four Gospels all recount the event that Jesus received a glorious welcome upon entering Jerusalem . It was during the Passover (15 Nisan; in the spring) according to the Gospel of John, that they chanted Hosanna to praise the Lord as the Messiah.
Die on the cross
The story of Jesus entering the Temple is recorded in the three Synoptic Gospels, and in the Gospel of John. When Jesus entered the Temple, he saw that the courtyard was filled with animals used for sacrifices, and the tables of the money changers. They exchanged coins in circulation for half- shekel coins, the copper coins used in temple rituals. According to the gospels, Jesus drove out the livestock, overturned the money changers, and said, "It is written, My house shall be a house of prayer; but you have made it a den of thieves".
According to the Synoptic gospels, Jesus ate a meal with his disciples, called the Last Supper , and then went to the Garden of Gethsemane to pray. At the Last Supper, Jesus broke bread, gave thanks, and gave bread to his disciples, saying, "This is my body" ; Then took the cup, gave thanks, and gave it to the disciples, saying, "Drink, all of you; for this is my blood, the blood of the covenant, which is shed for many for the forgiveness of sins" . Finally, he instructed his disciples: "Do this in remembrance of me" .
While in the garden of Gethsemane, Roman soldiers come to arrest Jesus by order of the Sanhedrin ( Sanhedrin ) and the high priest Caiaphas (the latter is referred to in Matthew). The authorities decided to arrest Jesus because they saw him as a threat to their authority, because of the way God used to interpret the Bible, and because God often exposed their hypocrisy in their religious life . They tried to arrest Jesus at night to avoid an outbreak of riots because of his popularity with the people. According to the Gospels, Judas Iscariot , one of the apostles, betrayed Jesus by embracing him and kissing him so that the soldiers could identify him in the dark. A disciple, Peter ( Peter orPeter ) attacked those who had come to arrest Jesus with the sword, cutting off one's ear, but according to the Gospel of Luke, Jesus healed him. He turned to Peter and rebuked Peter, saying, "Put your sword back into its sheath; for whoever takes the sword will perish by the sword . " After Jesus was arrested, the disciples scattered in many places to hide. The High Priest and the elders questioned Jesus, "Are you the Son of God?" ; He replied, "You say that I am His Son . " Jesus was accused of blasphemy by the Sanhedrin. The High Priest handed him over to the Roman Governor Pontius Pilate on charges of rebellion, claiming that Jesus claimed to be the King of the Jews.
Crucified Christ, Paolo Veronese painting , 16th century.
When Pilate asked Jesus, "Are you the King of the Jews?" , he replied: "It is as you say . " According to the gospels, Pilate realized that Jesus had committed no crime against the Roman government, so according to the custom, on the occasion of the Passover, the Roman governor would release a prisoner, Pilate asked the crowd. choose between Jesus of Nazareth and a rebel named Barabbas. The crowd, at the instigation of the Jewish leaders, wanted Barabbas to be spared and Jesus crucified. According to the gospel of Matthew, Pilate washed his hands to show that he was innocent in this decision. Pilate, trying to appease the anger of the crowd, scourges Jesus. But the crowds continued to demand that Jesus be crucified. In their fury, they cried out, "Crucify him," and asserted their responsibility for Jesus' death, "His blood will be shed on us and on our children! ". Finally Pilate gave in. Roman soldiers knit a crown of thorns and put it on his head, then knelt and mocked "Hail to the King of the Jews".
The four Gospels recount Pilate ordering Jesus to be crucified with a plaque on the top of the cross that reads, "This man is Jesus, the King of the Jews . " Forced to carry the cross to Golgotha , where he was crucified. According to the Gospel of Luke, while hanging on the cross, Jesus prayed: "Father, forgive them; for they do not know what they are doing" (Luke 23. 34). Many passersby mocked Jesus, and some gave him vinegar to drink when he heard Jesus cry for thirst. According to the Gospel of John, Mary and other women came to the foot of the cross. When he saw that Jesus was dead, a Roman soldier pierced his side with a spear to check, and immediately blood and water flowed out.
According to the four gospels, Jesus breathed his last before dark, Joseph of Arimathea , a wealthy Jew and Sanhedrin member, went to Pilate to ask for Jesus' burial, he put the body in a grave. According to John's account, Nicodemus , who is mentioned in other parts of John's Gospel, went to Joseph to arrange the burial. The Synoptic Gospels all report earthquakes and darkening of the sky from twelve o'clock to three o'clock.
Resurrection and Ascension
A 16th-century painting depicting the Resurrection of Jesus by Matthias Grünewald
According to the Gospels, Jesus rose from the dead three days after his crucifixion. The gospel of Matthew reports that an angel appeared at the tomb and announced the resurrection of Jesus to the women when they came to anoint the body according to the custom. The sight of the angelic apparition put the guards in a coma. Earlier, the high priest and the Pharisees asked Pilate to send soldiers to guard the tomb because they believed that the disciples would try to steal the body. On Easter morning, Jesus appeared to Mary Magdalene . As Mary looked at the tomb, two angels asked her why she was crying; and when she looked around, she saw Jesus but did not recognize him until he called her.
According to the account of the book of Acts , Jesus appeared to many people at various locations over the course of forty days. After his resurrection, Jesus came to two pedestrians who were on their way to Emmaus . When the disciples were gathered, Jesus appeared to them on the very evening of the resurrection. First Corinthian letter, the Hebrew Gospel, and some other ancient document refers to appeared to James ( James or James ). According to the Gospel of John, a disciple named Thomas expressed skepticism about Jesus' resurrection , but after placing his hand on the stab wound in his side, he exclaimed, "My Lord, my God!". Later, Jesus went to Galilee and appeared to some of his disciples by the lakeside. After entrusting his disciples with the commission to preach the gospel throughout the earth, Jesus ascended to heaven, "After he had spoken so many words, he was taken up while they were looking at him, and a cloud followed him. He disappeared and was never seen again . Jesus promised to return to fulfill the prophecy of the second coming.
Jesus' last supper with 12 disciples, Jesus broke bread, gave thanks, gave bread to the disciples saying, "This is my body" ; Then took the cup, gave thanks, and gave it to the disciples, saying, "Drink, all of you; for this is my blood, the blood of the covenant, which is shed for many for the forgiveness of sins" . Finally, he instructed his disciples: "Do this in remembrance of me" .