Who Is Jesus? -- Why Was Jesus Born?

Written by Stanley T. Crawford

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Who Is Jesus? – Why Was Jesus Born? by Stanley T. Crawford

Simon Peter answered and said, “You arerepparttar 127012 Christ,repparttar 127013 Son ofrepparttar 127014 living God.” (Matthew 16:16)

And Jesus said to them, “I amrepparttar 127015 bread of life. He who comes to me shall never hunger, and he who believes in Me shall never thirst.” (John 6:35)

For there is one God and one Mediator between God and men,repparttar 127016 Man Christ Jesus, who gave Himself a ransom for all, to be testified in due time. (I Timothy 2:5 & 6)

But we see Jesus, who was made a little lower thanrepparttar 127017 angels, forrepparttar 127018 suffering of death crowned with glory and honor, that He, byrepparttar 127019 grace of God, might taste death for everyone. (Hebrews 2:9)

As we readrepparttar 127020 Bible, we see several names that are used to describe Jesus Christ. Each name reflects an important aspect of Christ’s character. Let us take a look at some of these names.

Jesus isrepparttar 127021 Lamb of God. Jesus took awayrepparttar 127022 sin ofrepparttar 127023 world by sacrificing himself (John 1:29, I Timothy 2:5 & 6). He was perfect and without fault. These qualities allowed Jesus to berepparttar 127024 ultimate sacrifice for our sins. Even so, each man and woman must makerepparttar 127025 choice to accept God through Christ, or reject him. It should be remembered, Jesus seldom forces himself on any man or woman.

TGN - God is a Faithful Guide - Migration

Written by Ron McCluskey


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When I was in grade school, our family lived in Tulelake, California. The lake, along with other lakes inrepparttar 127011 Klamath Basin, was one ofrepparttar 127012 major stopping points for water fowl that were migrating. It was a magnificent site to be able to see hundreds of thousands of snow geese flying so thick that they looked like a large flying snow bank.

Something that has always been a mystery to scientists is how these birds know when to leave their current habitat and fly long distances to find a better habitat forrepparttar 127013 upcoming change in weather. It is also a mystery how they get where they are going. While scientists have started to find out how adults followrepparttar 127014 pattern by following other adults that have been there before, they have not even started to find out how some birds know where to go.

In 'The Shorebirds of North America' R.S. Palmer tells howrepparttar 127015 adults of many shorebirds will fly south beforerepparttar 127016 young are ready to go. The young will then fly south when they are ready. They will end up inrepparttar 127017 same area asrepparttar 127018 adults. Scientists have no explanation of this at all!

Inrepparttar 127019 insect world a similar thing occurs. The monarch butterfly in North America winters in two places. The western population will migrate to Monterray, California. The eastern population goes to a patch of forest north of Mexico City.

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