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Their both hung on a cross.
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Yes, both Jesus and David were born in Bethlehem.
No-one, since He was the Son of God through the virgin Mary. No other human can claim to have been born in this manner.
Jesus died for those He chose before the foundation of the world.
No one can know for certain, but he is belived to have had brown eyes and likewise brown, long hair. He was also, supposedly, a very beautiful man. For pictures, see link be…low. The Holy Bible clearly states in Isaiah 53 that Jesus' appearance was "without form or comliness." He was not physically "beautiful" in the standards or judgments that we make. His purpose was to fullfil His Father's Will - to speak the Gospel and bring us all to true faith and repentance of sins. This is truly what life is ultimately about.
probably looked like a middle eastern, probably muscular because he was a carpenter, did NOT have long hair (dont confuse the Nazarite Vow with being Nazerene) because it was …seen as feminine (1 Corinthians 11:14-15) , wasnt the most handsome man out there (Isaiah 53:2). HE WAS COMPLETELY MAN AND COMPLETELY GOD AT THE SAME TIME. go read vintage jesus by mark driscoll. Revelations 1:14-15 which is johns vision gives a description of how our Wonderful and marvelous Jesus looks like! ~Accept him now!! tomorrow is not promised GOD BLESS!!
No Moses was a normal man, while Jesus was conceived by the holy spirit.
Jesus Crist is different looking in everyones eyes. Most people think of him as a bearded man that was skinny and a rob. But depending on your bealifes it varies. … the Holy Bible gives a description of how our marvelous and wonderful jesus christ looks like.. Revelations 1:14-15 which is johns vision shows a brief description.Accept Jesus in you life now tomorrow is not promised~GOD BLESS!!
Yes and No, they had the same human blood because they were cousins, and they both preached the Truth, which isn't done much even today. John was a Priest, Yeshua-(Jesus) beca…me the High Priest. They both died for their belief which is Truth! But that's about where it stops. _______________________________________________________________
The word 'Christ' (from the Greek: 'christos'/Hebrew: 'messiah') is a title and means 'anointed one' (one set aside for a particular purpose), so one could say: 'the anointed …one, Jesus' or 'Jesus the anointed one'...either is correct. For example: Romans 1:8 - First, I thank my God through Jesus Christ for you all, that your faith is spoken of throughout the whole world. Romans 8:1 - There is therefore now no condemnation to those who are in Christ Jesus, who do not walk according to the flesh, but according to the Spirit. [NKJV] Another view: Truly it is neither, Christ just means Messiah, but Jesus has no meaning, sorry, it is a made uo name from the Greek Iesous, there was no J's in Greek, Hebrew or even our English until the late 1600's. His real name is Yeshua and in English it would be Salvation. Edward would not be called Bill if he went to another country, it still would be Edward, so why did man change his name, Paul said they;d preach another Yeshua, a Blonde hair, blue eyed man name s Jesus who changed' God's Law, but in fact it was His Law, because He is the God from the old testament. He is Jewish, dark hair, darker skin that a white man, a little lighter than a black man, with brown eyes. And 1Peter 2:21 says He left us an example to follow in His steps, and that means you'll worship and do the things He did, so example means copy-imitate, so you'll look Jewish wither you want to or not.
No one really knows but he is described with long hair and a beard.
Before the Day of Pentecost, Luke was like Jesus as the other disciples were like him. Only they believed. But after Pentecost, when the Holy Ghost, the Comforter, was given t…o the believers, Luke began to be turned into the image of Jesus Christ according to the Scripture in Romans 8. 29. - "For whom he did foreknow, he also did predestinate [to be] conformed to the image of his Son, that he might be the firstborn among many brethren."
The opposite of all other teens.
A: Acording to Acts of the Apostles, Peter could perform the same miracles as Jesus had done, even raising Tabitha from the dead. Just as Jesus could perform involun…tary miracles, such as when the woman with the issue of blood touched his hem and was cured, so also people brought the sick just in the hope that Peter's shadow would pass over them and they would be cured. One view of Acts would be that it is an extreme form of hagiography in the way it portrays the apostles, especially Peter and Paul, as being able to perform miracles at will. New Testament scholars say that Acts of the Apostles is a book of miracles rather than of history. Uta Ranke-Heinemann (Putting Away Childish Things) goes as far as to say that the whole of Acts is a simply a work of propaganda. On this view, Saint Peter did not perform any miracles at all. This brings Peter back to the ranks of ordinary humans, unlike Jesus in the gospels.
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I don't believe it was ever documented , he was set free, lets hope he then went on to have a good life
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According to the Holy Bible, one of Christ's likes was humility, but he disliked pride(sin).