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Chapter one talked about Jesus growing up I thought it was weird how his friends were around Him for thrity years and He didnt really show many signs of being very holy and religious He was more concerned about his father but he never was afraid to have a good time at partys I liked chapter two He talked about how you dont have to be perfect to be saved All you have to do is love Jesus gives many examples of how if we commit sins and still love God still loves and accepts us Chapter two also talked about why people liked Jesus He was laid back and didnt force his followers to accept outrageous laws like many of the pharisees did Chapter three was mostly about the laws of the church It talked about how the sabbath was made for man and not man for the sabbath We need to learn how to do good acts and love instead of not loving and just keeping strict laws In chapter four the author talked about how Jesus was very laid back and went to many parties He talked to many sinners like Zacchaeus and his friends It was the religious leaders who was giving Jesus his bad name not samaritans It also talked about marriage and divorce in the church and how a long time ago it was illegal to divorce and many people were abused because of it We as older people of the church need to teach kids at a young age about the church and God Our sociey also needs to watch how we punish criminals I think everybody deserves a second chance Chapter five talked about Jesus relationship with his father I really think that God is like a very loving and caring father I know that the part about Jesus praying to God was partly made up but I really think that is how Jesus prayed That
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