What are the benefits men received from Jesus crucifixion?
the greatest gift of all forgiveness
Men were allowed at the crucifixion because # No woman could be a Roman soldier and the Roman soldiers were the actual people who nailed Jesus to the cross (even though He did it for you and I) # The Apostle John was present # There was a large crowd of people.
The two thieves on the cross were like Jesus in that they were men of flesh and blood. This is where the similarity ends, although they could well have been of Jewish extraction as well. The two men were also crucified with nails. For the executioners there was no difference between Jesus and the other two. They were evildoers and crucifixion with nails was the proper punishment to be applied to them. So they suffered… Read More
The wise men gave Jesus gold, frankincense and myrrh (pronounced murr). We do not know how many wise men there were. The three presents brought foreshadowed the future for Jesus. Gold represented that Jesus would be a king, frankincense, an aromatic gum from trees, used in worship among other uses, and myrrh, an aromatic resin which would later be used to anoint Jesus' body after the crucifixion.
Pontius Pilate offered up Jesus & Barabbas for the people to choose between. Since Barabbas was a killer, he was hoping that the crowd would pick Jesus to save.
Yes. Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (commonly called the "Mormon" church) believe in the Crucifixion and Resurrection of Jesus Christ as recorded in the New Testament. They typically use the King James Version of the Bible. Church leaders have said that the Crucifixion and Resurrection are the two most important events in the history of the world. The Crucifixion satisfied justice and made it possible for all who come to… Read More
The 12 disciples specially called as Apostles.
Pontius Pilate, the Roman Governor of Judea ordered the curcifixion of Jesus Christ. A Centurion ( commander of 100 men) of the Roman army with 4 to 6 soilders (the death squad) under him carried out the crucifixion. There was no General involved as the order came directly from the Governor.
Do you mean who were the men beside Jesus on the cross, or the men to put Jesus on the cross
The shock shop table is in the shape of a cross. When McMurphy goes through all of the shock treatments for the sake of the other men, he is seen as "sacrificing himself" for them similar to how Jesus Christ was crucified for the sake of the Christians.
Baby Jesus received gold, frankincense, and myrrh from the three wise men, the presents we now receive symbolise these presents
Crucifixion was not something that was uinque to Jesus. It was an accepted form of punishment for certain crimes carried out by the 'law' in the time of Jesus. The law being Roman rule, enforced by Roman soldiers. Jesus was sentenced to death after being accused of blaspheming by claiming to be God in the flesh. Blaspheming carried with it the death penalty, much as first degree murder does in our modern courts. I believe… Read More
A: In Matthew's Gospel, the magi brought gold, frankincense and myrrh as gifts for Jesus. These were extremely valuable and no doubt the author intended the presents to show the high regard in which the wise men held Jesus. One of these gifts, myrrh was used as an embalming oil, so it is possible to consider it as foretelling the death of Jesus, although another way of looking at it is that death can not… Read More
no 3 wise men visit Jesus
I am sure there were many women disciples of Jesus. A disciple is someone who has been taught or trained in some way and Jesus did not restrict his teaching to men only. But there were no women among the 12 disciples . The twelve were the ones Jesus chose to be the leaders of the new Christians after He had gone. They received special training and teaching from Him to do this work. Probably… Read More
it was not an angel that told the wise men about Jesus it was a star that they followed to find Jesus
The faith that the believers had after the physical resurrection of Jesus. Before this they did not seem always to understand what He spoke about but later, when they had received the Holy Spirit, they were different men.
the three wise men worked for king herod and were to tell herod where Jesus was. Herod wanted to kill jesus, but the wise men didn't tell were Jesus was
The Gospels does not give names to these two fellows, but calls them robbers. Some say that they could have been with Barabbas in his crime spree that landed them in prison and Crucifixion as usually only the most dangerous of criminals were crucified. One of these men repented while on the cross and accepted Jesus as his Savior. Answer / Dysmas and Gestas - from The Narrative of Joseph of Arimathaea and The Acts… Read More
Jesus was an infant, when the wise men brought gifts.
Answer It was Roman practice to break the legs of those who had been crucified, if they wished to bring on an earlier death. Since the gospels say that the crucifixions took place just before the start of the Passover, the Jews would have wanted the bodies to be taken down before sunset. The Romans acquesced to this religious request, and broke the legs of the two men crucified with Jesus. However, John's Gospel treated… Read More
Jesus was and is God, and we are but men and women.
There are many differences. First, Luke is one of the Synoptic gospels, which mean that the events and order of events in Luke is similar to that in Matthew and Mark. John's events and order of events is very different. For example, John starts Jesus ministry with the wedding at Cana, but this is not in the Synoptic gospels. In addition, John places Jesus arrest and crucifixion on a different day than the Synoptic's do… Read More
Jesus meant that they were fishers of men, and that means that Jesus told them to spread the good news.
The Wise Men found Jesus in Bethlehem. They arrived when Jesus was approximately two years old and visited him in his family home.
There were wise men and they went to see baby Jesus.
Men and women would wear clothes during Jesus time.
Answer According to Matthew's Gospel, the wise men visited Jesus in a house in Bethlehem.
Only John's Gospel mentions the legs of the other two condemned men being broken, making it clear that Jesus was only speared, with no bones broken. The Gospel explains that Jesus had already died, so it was not necesary to break his legs. The author of John was making a comparison between Jesus and the Paschal lamb of Judaism, even changing the date of the crucifixion to occur on the day of the Passover, instead… Read More
A: No, the 'wise men' of Matthew's Gospel were actually magi, or priests of the Zoroastrian religion in Persia, and were not mentioned in the Old Testament. The author of Matthew introduced them in order to show that even the priests of this great religion would want to worship the baby Jesus, as well as providing a reason for Herod to know about the birth of Jesus and therefore a reason for the sudden flight… Read More
Jesus received gold, frankincense, and myrrh. Note: the Bible never says how many Magi there were. Many believe that the number of wise men some how coincides with the three different gifts but that is never addressed in Scripture. There may have been 2 or 3 or even 10 wise men. All we know is that there were more than one since they are spoken of in the plural.
He, Jesus said this to the disciples who were fishermen, but he meant to catch men for gods kingdom.
There were a total of three gifts brought for Jesus ,by the three wise men.
Gold was a gift for royalty-in this case the chosen King of the Jews and ultimately the "King of Kings and Lord of Lords" who will rule over the entire earth (Revelation:19:16). Frankincense was an incense intimately connected with the priesthood and temple sacrifices, foreshadowing the fact that Jesus Christ would serve as our High Priest and give Himself as the perfect sacrifice to pay the penalty for the sins of all mankind (Hebrews:4:14-15; 9:11-14… Read More
The Romans. Contrary to what some Christians still try and claim, the Jews and Jesus were not in conflict. Jesus was one of many, many young preachers claiming to be the 'messiah'. But the Romans, who ruled over Judea at that time, kept the Jews totally oppressed. There were lots of small Jewish groups, headed up by charismatic young Jewish men. Almost every single one of those men was crucified by the Romans. Jesus included… Read More
The story of Jesus appearing to others after his crucifixion and resurrection differs from source to source: Mark's Gospel Mark's Gospel was the earliest written record and should therefore be the most accurate account. However, in its original form, it finished at verse 16:8, when the young man told the women that Jesus was risen, and they fled in terror telling no one. Jesus did not appear to anyone after his crucifixion and resurrection. The… Read More
Jesus is the coolest Christian ever. Jesus had a posse of 12 men in your terms. He called these people that followed him decipels. They were ordinnary men. Jesus said to them "come and i will make you fishers of men and decipels of all the world."
First the shepherds visited Jesus, then it was the wise men who visited Jesus.
Yes. Jesus died about six hours after being crucified. Crucifixion often took days to kill its victim, so Jesus died very quickly. A common method of making those crucified die more quickly was to break their legs, so that they couldn't push themselves up to breathe. The soldiers did this to the two men crucified on either side of Jesus (at about 3:00 pm) so that they would be dead before Passover began (at sunset)… Read More
The two men who were Crucified with Jesus were thiefs and one of them accepted Jesus as a God and that's why we went to the paradise with Jesus (the thief crucified to the right of Jesus) and the other one (the thief crucified on the left of Jesus)was also a thief but he denied Jesus and didn't accept Him as a God and a Savior...
Wise men wanted to find Jesus because Jesus was and still is the son of God. Who doesnt want to find Jesus? If you want proof of this, read the bible, new testament.
It is a common fallacy that the wise men visited Jesus, Mary and Joseph in the stable, after visiting Herod, as every Christmas nativity scene shows us. In Luke's gospel, it is believed that Luke received the birth stories from Peter, through John, and in turn through Mary, (who had been taken into John's home after the crucifixion). This meant that the stories were seen from Mary's perspective. And, as the above answer states, Herod… Read More
After the wise men met Jesus, they returned to Persia by a different route, in order to not have to face King Herod.
when Jesus was found by the wise men it was said that Jesus was no longer technically a baby! He and his family werent in the stable when the wise men found Him, he was already in a home a year or so later! hope that answers your question
The three wise men gave baby Jesus the gifts of frankencense, gold, and myrrh. The three wise men found Baby Jesus by traveling from the east, following a bright star in the sky.
Nowhere does the Bible say Jesus healed ten blind men. But in the Gospel of Matthew Jesus healed two blind men: Matthew 9:27 When Jesus departed from there, two blind men followed Him, crying out and saying, "Son of David, have mercy on us!" In the Gospel of Luke Jesus healed ten lepers: Luke 17:12 Then as He entered a certain village, there met Him ten men who were lepers, who stood afar off.
The sins of the world was the reason why Jesus died on the cross . Answer: His blood drained out of His body. "For THE LIFE OF ALL FLESH IS IN THE BLOOD..." (Lev.17:11). Roman Catholic Answer In the final analysis, he's right, our sins are what killed Jesus. The actual physical cause was crucifixion which had been preceded by severe torture. The actual cause of death in most crucifixion is asphyxiation. The individual loses… Read More
Only Jesus can answer that. Regardless of the beliefs and writings of men.
Jesus healed with His divine power.
The Were killed by the king that wanted jesus
Answer: The Scripture is not specific as to Jesus' age when visited by the Wise Men from the East came but we can get a range of 6mos to 2 years old by comparing the harmony of the accounts between Luke and Matthew. Luke speaks of Jesus as a babe and tells the story of the Shepherds' visit of him in a manger. Then he speaks of his Circumcision as 8 days old followed by… Read More