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Christians and persecution

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Christians and persecution Jesus gave inspiration to many people today facing persecution for being a Christian in a number of ways. Looking back in marks gospel there are various stories that might have helped Christians. Like for instance at the garden of gesthame, "Distress and anguish came over him, and he said to them, " The sorrow in my heart so great that it almost crushes me" This shows that Jesus had the normal human response that he was going to die. ...read more.

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Jesus quoted from Psalm 22. He said the psalm because the psalm is a prayer of angish and a calling for God he help and at the end of the psalm God helps. This was the only part of the pslam that jesus said everyone else would have known the end of it. When Jesus was arrested and falsely accused "many testified against him, but their statements did not agree." ...read more.

Conclusion

Christians should follow this and do as he did because he is the god who they follow him because that is what he did. But by doing this he was resurrected and ascended to heaven "Don't be alarmed ""you are looking for Jesus the Nazarene, who was crucified. He has risen." The implications are that he will enjoy eternal life in heaven as a reward (this is what he teaches). ...read more.

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