Why was Joseph not present when Jesus was preaching?
The author of Mark's Gospel, the first gospel to be written, seems not evn to have known that Joseph was the earthly father of Jesus. Some have speculated that a tradition quickly grew that Jesus' father was called Joseph because Joseph of Arimathea, who was of course unrelated, took the responsibility of a father to bury Jesus after the crucifixion. However none of the gospels mentions Joseph except as the father of Jesus.
Some have speculated that this silence means that Joseph died soon after the birth of Jesus, or at least soon after the birth of his other children, the brothers and sisters of Jesus. A few scholars, noting the absence of any mention of Joseph in Mark, are uncertain whether he really existed. The other gospel writers relied directly or indirectly on Mark for everything they knew about the life of Jesus, and would appear to have had no other source on which they could base this information, apart from newly created tradition.
Mary, mother and Joseph father at minimum.
The coming of GOD'S KINGDOM was a constant theme of Jesus' preaching.
Jesus started preaching at age 12, he would preach in the temples, and when Mary and Joseph went looking for him one day, they found him in one of the temples. When Mary said that they were looking for him everywhere, he said "Why are you looking for me everywhere, do you not know that I am in my fathers house?"
Although Joseph, Jesus' father was a carpenter we are never told that Jesus was ever a Carpenter. Jesus came into this world to convert God's people back to the only one true God. He did this by preaching and spreading God's message.
Jesus began his public ministry (preaching, teaching and healing) at about age 30.
Paul preaching Jesus on the cross and salvation. Jews deny Jesus.
a man who was highly educated and who was a pastor in the synagogue
Present at First Christmas Jesus, Mary, Joseph, and all the aminals that were in the shack
Mary his mother and Joseph his 'father' are the only two people mentioned.
Preaching the gospel
The only confirmed people at Jesus' birth were Mary, Joseph and Jesus. There could have been stable hands, animals, a person or two from Bethlehem, an angel or so, but there are no legitimate records that state that anybody other than Mary, Joseph and Jesus were present.
Jesus Christ wasn't a fisherman. But a couple of his disciples were. In Jesus's day, son's followed after their father's trade. And Jesus's Father, Joseph was a carpenter. So Jesus was a carpenter. He probably didn't do much carpentry while he was going around preaching and healing.
Mary and Joseph found Jesus sitting in the temple when he was twelve years old. both hearing the doctors and asking them questions. (John 2.45,46). This must have been about the year 12.
he lived there for most of his life and became a carpenter like his father Joseph but then he went around the place preaching like a priest for his heavenly father?
He was a carpenter
Simply by preaching them.
Jesus first preaching was in the open, and not in a house.
The passage can be found in Luke's gospel, chapter 3, verse 23: "Now Jesus himself was about thirty years old when he began his ministry. He was the son, so it was thought, of Joseph..."
Joseph Gowan has written: 'Homiletics' -- subject(s): Preaching
The rosary is a sequence of beads on a chain that is used in Catholic prayer. It contains several mysteries about Jesus and his preaching.
Jesus preached in a lot of places. He preached in synagogues and in open markets.
Jesus became famous when he started preaching the word God
Joseph was effectively Jesus' father.
Preaching to the wisemen
bcause he was preaching about jesus
As Joseph was Jesus father, he was naturally born before Jesus.
my preaching the gospel
Nazareth** Jesus learned about God, his father. Jesus began to teach the elders of the church by preaching to them.
After his baptism by Jhom the Baptist.
It was Jerusalem.
He was preaching in the mountainous country beside the Sea of Galilee. The name of the mountain is not given in the Bible
to be the disciple of jesus is to imitate his life which include preaching about his father and his kingdom
The hobbies of Jesus were travelling over the place, preaching and healing the sick people.
He is preaching on good and evil. and He preaches every Sunday. They always preach about the benefits of a healthy lifestyle. I am preaching in Hamilton. They are preaching now
Jesus is not present today. Jesus is dead.
Mary and Joseph were Jewish the same with their son Jesus.
There is no record in the Holy Bible, of Jesus being referred to as Joseph!
no. jesus was jewish. Joseph smith had no blood relation.
Saint Joseph died before Jesus did.
No. The Bible indicates that Jesus' earthly father, Joseph, was dead by the time Jesus was crucified.
That no prophet is appreciated or accepted in his hometown.
13 years old
I believe he was in his thirties or late twenties.
He was in the Temple preaching to Jewish people there.
The very life of Jesus, the preaching of Jesus, the written works themselves.
Jesus Christ appeared to be a rebel because His preaching was a contrast to the Jewish leaders preaching. The Jewish leaders, even before the time of Jesus, had perverted the Word of God by adding many man made laws that were not intended by God. Jesus came preaching the true Word of God and by doing that appeared to be a rebel even though He was not. Jesus is the Son of God and the… Read More
He was there. Joseph was there. He was not deceased. He is mentioned later as Jesus grew up into manhood. And remember that Joseph and Mary were not yet married when Jesus was born.