Times get rough, temptations arise,

No one says life is easy.

We fall twice, thrice quadruple times,

But God never lets us be weary.

And when we reach the height, the peak,

He doesn´t let us fall, yet sends His only begotten son,

To save us from being crippled or trampled on.

But who is this ‘only begotten son’ and what do we really know about Him? Is Jesus Christ the son of God? Would you like to find out who He really was and how He saved us? Does He still save us today? Do you want to know Jesus?

Few people would deny that Jesus Christ is a historical figure. The impact he has had and continues to have on mankind is unsurpassed. The whole Western dating system pays witness to his historical reality so that the majority of people who live on the earth know of Jesus Christ. But who was this man really? And what was the significance of his life and death? Was he just a great religious teacher or was there something more to his existence that we should know about?

Many people will acknowledge Jesus Christ as a good man, a great teacher, or even a prophet of God. These things are definitely true of Jesus, but they do not fully define who He truly is. The Bible tells us that Jesus is the Son of God, God in the flesh, God in human form. God came to earth to teach us, heal us, correct us, forgive us and die for us! Jesus Christ is God, the Creator, and the sovereign Lord. The Son of God was sent to the earth for eliminating the wall between God and His people. He lived such a simple and sinless life. No scandals or misdeeds ever. He dedicated all his time to change people´s life through God´s message.

He changed the world in only 33 years on earth, and no one has had more of an impact on this planet than Jesus Christ Himself. This is, after all, His planet. There is no surer sign of Christ´s divinity than 2000 years after His death demons still tremble at His name. Many shudder upon hearing His powerful name; there is no other name that has power like that of Jesus.


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