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   18.12.2019  8 Comments

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  1. When a baby is sleeping, or otherwise just being quiet, people will sometimes refer to the baby as "being good". Jesus was perfect. That means Jesus was good. I doubt that the song implied that Jesus never cried. I think the song was just portraying a nice situation, including a moment of time when Jesus was being good (by not crying).
  2. A well-known part of the story of Jesus' crucifixion is when he said, "My God, My God, why have you forsaken me?" As author Glenn Stanton noted on Good Friday , Jesus is quoting Psalm
  3. Dec 19,  · I love that Jesus came as a baby and not in a cloud of smoke and fire. I love that my King chose to humble Himselfand pour Himself out in the form of an infant. I am thankful that Jesus was willing to walk in my shoes and experience the normal life we each lead, tempted by the flesh, but choosing to serve God.
  4. This was my first thought as well, but we're an academic Q&A (as you know) and this answer really doesn't qualify as a good answer. Please stick around though, and I want to add a couple more links to help you get used to this community quickly (you may or may not find them useful): what makes us different and we are not Christians.
  5. Aug 22,  · 3. Even the New Testament stories don’t claim to be first-hand accounts. We now know that the four gospels were assigned the names of the apostles Matthew, Mark, Luke, and .
  6. Jul 06,  · 43 But why am I so favored, that the mother of my Lord should come to me? 44 As soon as the sound of your greeting reached my ears, the baby in my womb leaped for joy. Luke (New International Version) I was reading my Bible this week, and this passage "leaped" out as we prepare to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ our Savior and King.
  7. Luke summarizes His early life by stating, "Jesus increased in wisdom and in stature and in favor with God and man." The Bible is then silent on the life of Jesus after the age of twelve in Nazareth to about the age of thirty or His early thirties when He began His public ministry. The emphasis of all four Gospels is on Jesus as the Messiah.
  8. • Shepherds’ joy after seeing baby Jesus. Initial-situation: After the events recorded in the Old Testament, about four hundred years went by The town was known as David’s town. Joseph had to go there since he was a (Lk ). The angels withdrew into heaven and the shepherds said to one another, “Let's go.

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