Who was Jesus?
Jesus, also known as Jesus of Nazareth or Jesus Christ, is a central figure in Christianity and one of the most important religious leaders in history. He is believed to be the Son of God and the Messiah (or Savior) prophesied in the Old Testament of the Bible.
Jesus was born in Bethlehem, in the region of Judea, during the reign of King Herod. He was raised in Nazareth and began his public ministry around the age of 30. During his ministry, Jesus preached about the coming of the Kingdom of God, performed many miracles, and gathered a group of disciples.
However, Jesus’ teachings and actions also caused controversy and opposition from religious leaders and the Roman authorities. He was eventually arrested, tried, and sentenced to death by crucifixion. Jesus was resurrected three days later, and this event is celebrated as Easter.
Jesus’ teachings and life have had a profound impact on human history and continue to influence the beliefs and practices of millions of people around the world.
How do I become a Christian?
To become a Christian, you need to believe in Jesus Christ and accept Him as your Savior and Lord. You can do this by following these simple steps:
Understand sin and forgiveness – Know that everyone makes mistakes (sin), but Jesus died on the cross to forgive us and give us eternal life.
Pray – Talk to God, thanking Him for His love and forgiveness and asking Jesus to come into your heart and be your Savior.
Learn about Jesus – Read stories from the Bible or attend church services where you can learn more about Jesus and His teachings.
Witness about your faith – Tell others about your belief in Jesus Christ as your Savior and Lord.
Join a community – Find a local church where you can connect with other Christians and grow in your faith.
Where can I get a Bible?
Online bibles are available in many languages through https://www.bible.com/languages
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