This website uses cookies to ensure you have the best experience. Learn more

Jesus Reflection Essay

790 words - 4 pages

Jesus Reflection
Jesus taught us how to live a life God wanted us to live. His teaching was of love and the kingdom of God. In Matthew chapter 5, Jesus went into details of how to follow the commandments of Moses. For he did not come to destroy the law, but to fulfill the law that was given to the people of Israel. Jesus also let us know that God will bless us for all the suffering that we face on this earth especially if we suffer for his name sake. Jesus taught us to love one another. We should not be angry with each other but we should forgive one another. If we do get angry we should try to seek peace and not revenge.
In chapter 6 of Matthew, Jesus taught us the value of money, prayer and fasting. We as Christians, we should try to help the needy and not boost about it. Jesus feed 5000 people with two loaves of bread and 5 fish. We as Christians should seek heavenly things for we can not serve two masters. We give the government what is due and we give God ...view middle of the document...

Jesus show us the love and compassion that God have for his people. Through Jesus life we can see God truly wants a relationship with his people.
Jesus’s death and resurrection was prophesied in the book of Isaiah chapter 53 and carried out in the book of Luke chapters 22-24. Before his death Jesus prayed for himself and God’s people. He prayed so hard that his sweat was like blood. Judas betrayed Jesus with a kiss. Jesus went from Pilate to Herod because they found no fault in him but the people of the land wanted him to be crucified. Jesus was nail to the cross for our sins. He was beat so we can be healed. When Jesus hung on the cross the sun refuses to shine. Yet he did not say a word. When Jesus command his soul back to God and died, there was a earthquake and the certain in the temple rip down the middle and when the people witness these things, they believe that Jesus was innocent.
Jesus was crucified of Friday right before the sabbath. Joseph redeemed his body and put him in a tomb.However; on Sunday when the ladies came to anoint his body he was not there, for he has risen from the dead as he told them he would. Jesus made appearance to many of his disciples, but they did not believe. Jesus fulfill every prophecy that was written about him by the forefathers when he raised from the dead. As Jesus ascend to heaven, he bless his disciple and promised to send the Holy Spirit until he return.
Jesus promise to return one last time. The next time he return, it will be for his people. When do not know when Jesus will return. He does not know as well. However; when he return we must be ready. Before he return, the world will be in chaos. Man will be completely evil and have turned away from God. He word will taught all over the world and people will still not listen. There will be false prophets so we must be aware. That will be the last time Jesus come back.
I have learned what ever I do in this life, I must keep God first. In the education field where we can not speak on religion, I have to let God glory shine through my actions and the way that I live my life. I have to set an example for everyone that I meet so God can have his glory. In todays society there are plenty of bad example of how to lust after the world. I hope that through my life people can see how God bless his people.

Other Papers Like Jesus Reflection Essay

Thelogy 104 Essay

857 words - 4 pages man in His image, according to His likeness, He created man (male and female) to be a reflection of Himself; perfect in all our ways and without sin, sharing in the gift of everlasting life, never to experience death. Due to the very first act of disobedience sin entered the world. Jesus therefore came into the world that He may reconcile man back unto God thus Jesus led by example in His servitude. He came to lead others back to the Father. He

Biblical Worldview Essay

730 words - 3 pages Biblical Worldview Essay Introduction: The “Image of God.” What is the image of God in a Christian? The “image of God” is vastly used to describe what the Christian faith should portray. We can find this term in the Bible a few times. In the Old Testament, Genesis 1:26-27 to be exact we find that it states that “man is created to the image of God”. I believe that “the belief that mankind is created in the image of God” really

Christianinty vs Buddhism

3147 words - 13 pages Essay topic: Compare and contrast the teachings of Siddhartha Gautama as the founder of Buddhism with either the teachings of Jesus as the founder of Christianity or Muhammad as the founder of Islam. Guidelines: In topic 8 we deal with New Religious Movements and the fact that each of the major world religions was once a New Religious Movement. In topic 9 we dealt with the role of the founder in New Religious Movements. Use the material of

Litr201Literature: a Reflection of Life

1526 words - 7 pages LITR201Literature: A Reflection of Life Phase 1 Individual Project Short Stories Prof. Lambert Colorado Technical University Gayla Burow Comparison Contrast Essay of Short Stories This paper is to analysis two short stories “A Good Man is hard to find” and “Love in LA”. Both of these stories have some common similarities, however, seem to be different eras in time. It seems that both were summer when the stories took place

Comparison of Religion

1333 words - 6 pages Comparative Religions Comparative Religions: Reflection Essay Luckily we live in a country where we are free to express ourselves religiously however we choose to. I was born into the Greek Orthodox branch of Christianity and have remained a Christian my entire life. Different religions have always interested me; I have even studied extremely different beliefs than my own such as Paganism and Wicca. As noted in the textbook, there are

The Third Way and It's Affect on the Development of Social Policy

1426 words - 6 pages ESSAY TOPIC. THE THIRD WAY AND IT’S AFFECT ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF SOCIAL POLICY. In this essay I will state and explain the various definitions of The Third Way and it’s affect on society. This will include various interpretations of the term Third Way from varying schools of thought. I will then concentrate on and expand on the Third Way approach adopted by British Prime Minister Tony Blair. This essay will mainly consist of three main

Role of Religious Experience

882 words - 4 pages , sexual misconduct, stealing, lying or gossip and taking intoxicating substances. In conclusion, it is proven by the Buddhist religion that a religious experience is an important source of religious practice and good religious behaviour. Although the focus of this essay was Buddhism, religious experiences effect many other religions. For example, Christianity with the religious experiences of Jesus and Moses.

2nd Journal Entry

1570 words - 7 pages SBUS10040 Foundations of Management Thought Bachelor of Commerce International, University College Dublin Tutorial CRN: 74866 Tutor Name: Carolin Grampp Student Name: Brian Allen Student Number: 12459812 Submission Deadline: 7th November 2013 Essay Title: critique scientific management-as

Ms Anita Yvonne Compton (London)

2942 words - 12 pages The Lord was in the still small voice - 1 Kings 19:12. In what other ways might we hear The Lord speaking? This overview considers the question set, possible ways to interpret it and the need to frame it within an Anglican course context that itself reflects rich, diverse practices of praising, listening to and hearing God. The title of this essay refers to Elijah’s two mountain top experiences on Carmel and Horeb that depict how God

The Gift of the Magi

1402 words - 6 pages LITERARY ANALYSIS ESSAY THE GIFT OF THE MAGI The Gift of the Magi is one of the most popular short stories by O. Henry, a pen name for William Sydney Porter - a renowned American author. Originally published in 1906, in O. Henry’s second collection of short stories, The Gift of the Magi which displays all of the major O. Henry traits in abundance has given him credit for his genuine talent. It has been retold in various

Formation Paper

2712 words - 11 pages As I look back at this year of study, in order to reflect on my call, I keep thinking back to the essay I wrote at this time last year as part of my application to come to seminary. At the time I noticed how many of my sentences ended in question marks. I made very few declarative statements and even the ones I ventured were couched in “I think”s and “maybe”s. I felt called but had no idea what that meant, what that would look like, to what I

Related Essays

Jesus Reflection Essay

791 words - 4 pages CWV 101 July 27, 2014 2014 Jesus Reflection Essay Over the past several weeks I have not only used critical thinking skills but a true foundation of knowledge from far with in. I have been establishing not only my own thoughts of how Jesus came to be and understanding the bible as well as how other classmates view their knowledge and opinions which may differ from my own. I have always felt strongly about my feelings of God but have

Jesus Reflection Essay

1015 words - 5 pages August 17, 2013 Christian Worldview Mrs. Farley Jesus Reflection Essay What I learned from the Jesus film was about his teaching. I have to say he preached a lot of good words and I wished I can see various people practice his words in society and cultural. There are some people who follow and read the Bible to start their life on a righteous path and there are some that I see our falling into sins and wrong choices in life. In the

W5 Benchmark Cwv 101 Essay

1810 words - 8 pages Benchmark – Gospel Essentials Details: In this assignment you will summarize and analyze the essential elements of the Christian worldview and reflect on implications for your own worldview. Write a 1,250-1,500-word essay using at least two course resources (textbook, lectures, the Bible) and at least two other sources from the GCU Library to support your points. Remember, the Bible counts as one reference regardless of how many times you

English Critical Essay

1469 words - 6 pages .”(Hughes pg.184) In conclusion throughout this essay there were many examples of characters experiencing the pressure of acceptance. In both literary works “Salvation” by Langston Hughes and “Shooting an Elephant” gives a vivid insider to how it feels to be an outcast and what some would go through to be accepted by others. An example of this is Mr. Hughes lying to everyone at church about seeing Jesus just to be “accepted”. Also Orwell killed