What Did Jesus Do When He Was Alive

The majority of people are aware of Jesus’ conception, existence, and death. What, though, did he accomplish throughout his lifetime? We’ll be looking over some of the most significant events in Jesus’ life in this video.

The Gospels Were Preached

Throughout Jesus’ time on earth, He preached the gospel. The kingdom of God is at hand, according to Matthew, Mark, and Luke’s gospels of the kingdom. John claims that you already possess the gospel of the kingdom of God.

Performed Miracles

Jesus was a man of many miracles. Some of his most famous miracles were:

Healing the sick

Calming storms by stilling the winds and waves

Turning water into wine at a wedding in Cana, Galilee, which was more than likely an actual miracle (if not an outright hoax)

When Peter was ready to sink during the storm that he had earlier calmed with his presence alone, he walked on water for Peter to catch up to him. This demonstrates Jesus’ absolute control over both death and nature. It also shows how God will always catch you up, even if you’re having trouble or lagging behind your companions while they’re accomplishing fantastic things, like graduating high school without failing a specific class. That’s one reason Christianity is such a wonderful religion: it shows us how much God loves us unconditionally and how much He wants the best for us all, no matter what happens in life!

Taught People About God’s Love and Mercy

There are several ways that Jesus showed love and mercy. God’s love for us is unconditional: He loves us regardless of what we do or how we act, so we don’t need to earn it or merit it in any way (John 3:16). Even at that, He shows His mercy to us through the death of his Son Jesus Christ on our behalf (Romans 5:8). We should also extend mercy to one another (Matthew 7:12).

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Died and Rose Again to Save the Sins of Humanity

It is Easter. The holiday you celebrate (or don’t celebrate) every year on the Sunday after the first full moon following the spring equinox. It marks the day Jesus Christ died, rose again from death, and appeared before his disciples in order to verify that he was indeed alive.

But why did he do these things? Why did he have to die or rise again? If you’ve ever wondered about this, let’s talk about how Jesus’ actions were necessary for our salvation—and what they mean for your life today.

There Is Nothing We Can Do on Our Own to Earn Salvation, but Jesus Died for Us Anyway.

For us to understand what Jesus did for us, we need to understand what God required of us. We can’t earn salvation; it is a gift from God. We can’t gain forgiveness from sin through our own efforts or good deeds because that would imply that God is unfair and unjust in His requirements of man. Instead, God’s justice demands that all sins be punished, but He also showed mercy by allowing His Son (Jesus) to pay the full penalty for our sinfulness so that we could be forgiven and not face eternal punishment in hellfire.

When Jesus lived on earth as a man, He lived a perfect life without sin because He was God Himself walking among men (John 1:1-3). This means He never lied or stole or cheated anyone out of anything; he did not see anything wrong with all people equally regardless of race or gender; he did not get angry at others even when they hurt him; he loved everyone who came into contact with Him unconditionally—even those who disagreed with Him vehemently! Yet despite this perfect life which showed love toward everyone regardless of whether they deserved it or even wanted it from Him, many still rejected Him for their own reasons—because it made them uncomfortable!

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Overall, Jesus Christ was a very inspirational and religious person. His teachings are still being taught today and he is still a household name. If you are interested in learning more about Jesus Christ, you can find information at the following link: https://www.christianitytoday.com/history/people/jesus.html

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