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Jesus Christ\'s Life Ever since Jesus was born, he has always been perfect. There have never been any flaws that had to do with him. He had many different characteristics and qualities that w ere unique about himincluding holiness, purity, faithfulness, mercifulness, grac e, righteousness, love, integrity, divinity, and courageousness.ÐThere is nothin g that is more powerful than that of the triunity, which consists of God the Fat her, God the Holy Spirit, and God the Son. This report deals mostly with God th e Son, which is Jesus. Jesus has all these qualities and we are supposed to be f ollowing in His footsteps. Most Christians try as hard to have these great chara cteristics, but there is no possible way that we could achieve such a goal. It is impossible for humans to reach that goal. It says in the Bible "For everyone falls short of the glory of God.". That right there is enough proof to show th at we are not worthy of his presence. God is of the Spirit. He is not made of matte r and mind, and he does not possess a physical nature. Some think that God is t hat of a human. There is no possible way that this could be, because in John 4:24 J esus speaks "God is spirit, and those who worship him must worship in spirit and truth.". Even though Jesus had flesh was of the Spir it he still did have matter. He had flesh which ismatter. In this flesh was ve ry important qualities. God still possesses all of these qualities even though He does not have flesh. These characteristics would fit for either God the Fath er, ĆGod the Son, or God the Holy Spirit. They all work in the triunity and have these qualities even though one might display it in a different manner than the other. In the thirty©three years of Jesus\' life, He had three very important characteristics that are something we all should try and followÐ Love liness, Faithfulness, and Forgiveness. Very often when people think of Love, they think of Jesus. In John 4:8,16 it says that God is love. This i s a paraphrase but it is still stating something that is very important. That v erse shows that Jesus had (and still does) mercy and compassion for us.Another v erse that shows that God\'s love as apparent is John 3:16,"For God so loved the w orld that he gave his only begotten son that who believes in him will not perish but have everlasting life.".He has so much l ove for us that he even gives us life. He could just let us Christians live our own life but, He helps us out with His great grace. Grace is part of the wh ole effect of God\'s love. Basically what grace is, is way that God deals with u s. It has nothing to do with what we deserve or basis of merit, but it is givin g out by how much we need. God deals with them according to his goodness and ge nerosity. That seems similar to benevolence, but it isn\'t. Jesus\' grace is real ly shown in the New Testament. In Exodus 34:6it says "The Lord, the Lord, a God merciful and gracious...". In Ephesians 2:7©9 it says, "For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith©and this not from yourselves, it is the gift of God©not by works, so that no one can boast. In those verses it Ćis saying that God is allowing us to be saved. He doesn\'t have to save us; He could just let u s all go to hell, but he gives each and everyone of us a chance to accept Him. The list goes on and on of different verses in the Bible that shows us of God\'sg race. God\'s grace is related to the Mercy that He gives us too. Jesus\' mercy was his loving, compassion, tenderheartedness.He has a very tender heart toward the need y. That is the kind of mercy that Jesus has for ALL of us. We are supposed to f ear God and Jesus and then they will pity those who fears them. If they did not pity us and have mercy
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Prophets of Islam, Christian philosophy, Christology, Conceptions of God, Patriology, Jesus, Salvation in Christianity, Grace in Christianity, God in Christianity, Prevenient grace, Sola fide, Perseverance of the saints
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