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What did you learn from Jesus?
Jesus summarized all 613 commandments in the Old Testament into two. Jesus knew that, at the end of the day, all that matters is love. Love goes beyond scriptures, religion, race, and beliefs. Even scripture says, “God is love.” Just like the Golden Rule, you can never go wrong with love.
What lessons do Christians learn from the death of Jesus?
Lessons that Christians learn from the suffering and death of Jesus.
- Christians should have faith in God.
- They should endure suffering/ be ready to be rejected.
- They should forgive their enemies.
- Christians should repent/ confess their sins.
- They should be obedient/ loyal to God.
What is the moral of Jesus death?
Jesus’s death is the penalty or “satisfaction” for sin. Satisfaction was an idea used in the early church to describe the public actions – pilgrimage, charity – that a christian would undertake to show that he was grateful for forgiveness. Only Jesus can make satisfaction because he is without sin.
What is the meaning of Jesus death?
The author of Hebrews reflects this basic fear of death when he refers to human beings who ‘through fear of death, had all their lifetime been in lifelong bondage’ (2:15). Jesus’ death has meaning, since through his death people are delivered from the power of death and thus also their fear of death.
What is it called when Jesus went to heaven?
Ascension, in Christian belief, the ascent of Jesus Christ into heaven on the 40th day after his Resurrection (Easter being reckoned as the first day). Prior to that time, the Ascension was commemorated as a part of the celebration of the descent of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost.
How did Jesus atone for our sins?
As part of His Atonement, Jesus suffered for our sins in the Garden of Gethsemane and on the cross of Calvary. By repenting of our sins, we can bring the power of His Atonement into our lives.
Why is sacrifice important in Christianity?
The body itself, with its links to the body of Christ, remained very important to Christians. Their forms of sacrifice focused on the bodies of its members as a living sacrifice. Christians understand Christ’s death on the cross to be a necessary atonement for the sins of humankind.