Jesus Christ, Son of God, was born at around 4 BD and grew
up in Nazareth, Palestine. When he was in his 30s, he
began his public ministry. 12 chosen apostles traveled
with him around Palestine, which was being ruled by the
Romans then. Jesus Christ makes friends with the
friendless and those not accepted by society. He healed
the sick, fed the people who followed him and taught about
how to love God and his people, the commandments from God.
As Jesus Christ, proclaims that he is the Son of God,
became more and more popular, it invoked the jealousy of
Roman rulers and the Jewish religious leaders. In the
final week of his life, he was brought to trial and placed
on a cross and crucified.
On the third day after his death, he rose up from his tomb
and came back to life, and this is called Resurrection.
The followers of Jesus Christ all around the world
proclaim his message of God’s love for all people and
began gathering believers into groups called churches.
~ Christians believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of
God who became man, born of a virgin named Mary. He came
as man to show God’s great love for mankind and that God
wants from them and to restore their relationship between
man and God.
~ Resurrection assures Christians that Jesus Christ
is truly God and that he is everywhere and can have a
personal relationship and union with each of his
followers, by giving them the Holy Spirit.
~ Christians believe that the One God is the
Trinity, the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit.
~ When man makes selfish choices, which hurt others
and himself, at times, he has committed a sin. A Christian
believes that only God Himself can forgive sins.
~ A Christian believes that he cannot lead a good
Christian life by his own efforts. He has to believe in
and depend completely on the power of the Holy Spirit
(God) through prayer.
~ Christian believes in life after death. They
believe that all people will be judged by God one day.
They also believe that at the end of time when Jesus
Christ returns they will receive the Resurrection bodies
and enter into eternal happiness.