What the Bible teaches about Jesus

 

The Bible, as we all know, is a sacred book which collectively consists of many books in it. There are 66 books in the Bible in total; 39 Old Testament books and 27 New Testament books.

The Bible is believed to be one book that talks about Jesus a whole lot. In fact, the name Jesus was mentioned 983 times according to The King James’ Version of The Bible, which makes it one of the most mentioned words in the Bible.

Truth is, The Holy Bible consists of many stories & parts, especially The Old Testament which is from Genesis to Malachi. However, it is undisputable that The New Testament is a collection of events & happenings that has Jesus at their core and crux.

First, The Bible recognizes Jesus as The Son of God even though he was given birth to by a human being popularly referred to as Virgin Mary, due to the fact that Jesus was birthed of her without her having any coitus with any man. Her betrothed husband was supposedly Joseph but before they ever got to be together, she was found pregnant with a Child of the Holy Spirit (Matthew 1:18-24).

Second to this, Jesus was also referred to as The Savior of the whole world (John 1:29). This will mean that Jesus was to take away the punishment of sins, which is death – Spiritual death; a separation from the supreme being; God. In this, He had to die on behalf of the whole world so that the whole world could escape the wages of sin (Romans 6:23).

The Bible also makes it clear beyond all iota of doubts that Jesus went about healing sick people regardless of their sicknesses, casting out demons, cleansing the lepers and raising the dead, just to name a few of all He did. Scholastically put-together-studies has it that Jesus died at the age of 331/2 and rose again after three days.

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