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Jesus Christ

Jesus Christ was born on 4-7 BCE in Bethlehem, with the parents of Mary and Joseph. It was a radical revolutionary. At the age of 12, Jesus started His journey as the Son of God, to preach the good news. Jesus was then called Messiah and Rabbi by many people. However, many others didn't like Him, for example, the Romans and Jews. Jesus was then wanted killed for false teachings, and by doing that, He was crucified. Although, He promised that He will live again.

Through Jesus' parables, I think He has exemplified the virtues. Parables created a great eye opener to Catholics and Christians, on how to be a good person and how to grow faith in God. For example, the one that sticks out to me the most is the Parable of the Lost Sheep, found in Luke 15:1-7. In a modern way, we are the sheep and God is the shepard. When we are lost, menaing that we lost our way with God and we start drifting into the worldly ways, and find ourselves back to Him, God and all of heaven celebrates, for one sinner who repents, is better than ninety-nine people who didn't.

Luke 23:34 - Jesus said, "Forgive them, Father! They don't know what they are doing."Luke 24:7 - 'The Son of Man must be handed over to sinners, be crucified, anbd three days later rise to life'"Matthew 5:12 - "Be happy and glad,for a great reward is kept for you in heaven. This is how the prophets before you were persecuted

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The Contribution of Jesus Christ

Three major events that I think made an impact on Catholics today are: His Ressurection, His crucifixtion, and the Sermon on the Mount. They are important because they teach valuable lessons on how to live as a Child of God, and what to go by. As a Christian, I know this is true because I believe in what He says. These are the most valuable to this Faith.

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