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Jesus once asked his disciples who do you say that I am Mark 8 27 -30 as a disciple of Jesus I must also answer this question Before I can tell you who Jesus really was I have to tell you the facts of the historical Jesus Jesus was the son of Marry and Joseph his foster father of Nazareth and he was born is a cave in Bethlehem He grew up in Jerusalem which was the crossroads of the world in the province of Galilee and in the city of Nazareth where he learned his foster fathers trade and became a carpenter As Jew 2000 years ago he followed the Jewish law he used to celebrate Passover in the temple and bring a traditional sacrifice Jesus was a normal person he even liked dancing signing jokes and even telling stories Jesus even felt real emotions like you and me he felt happiness love concern and even sadness sometimes He could feel the emotions he felt do the thing he did and be who the passionate respectful and approachable person he was because Jesus was fully human Although Jesus was not the image of revolutionary most were expecting in fact his enemys thought he would be a courageous and war like leader Even though Jesus was a peaceful man Jesus was still able to turn peoples lives and view on life upside down quite a bit because he taught the Jewish people many new and different ways of looking at life and God Jesus approaches God in a revolutionary manner God has many images many of them in that time were of an all powerful all punishing all seeing God but Jesus turned upside down the way people saw God because he approached God ad Abba or Daddy in English Jesus approached God as a loving forgiving and all creating father who created man and woman to be equal Among
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