7y el sudario que había cubierto la cabeza de Jesús, aunque el sudario no estaba con las vendas sino enrollado en un lugar aparte.
tnbassman10
V. Accusations against the Bible 1. Death of Judas (Matt 27:5; Acts 1:18) The gospel of Matthew states that Judas hung himself after fee... Read More
V. Accusations against the Bible 1. Death of Judas (Matt 27:5; Acts 1:18) The gospel of Matthew states that Judas hung himself after feeling guilty for betraying Jesus. However, Luke records in Acts that his body burst open after betraying Jesus. Many non-believers try to use this as an error within the Bible. They say the Bible contradicts itself. However, think about this logically. Could it be possible that both are true? After death bacteria within the body is released causing the carcass to bloat. Either Judas was cut down and when his body hit the ground its entrails were exposed or the rope broke due to the increased weight over time. Either way, the scriptures do not contradict themselves but simply shed more light on the gruesome scene. 2. Burial of Judas (Matt 27:6-7; Acts 1:18) Matthew states that Judas threw down his money and the priests took the money to purchase a field. Acts records that Judas purchased a field. This would seem like a contradiction. Once again, think about it logically. This is easily explained as someone acting through another. If I give you money to purchase coffee for the entire office, who bought the coffee? I would've provided the funds for the coffee, however you would've physically purchased the coffee. Either of us could claim that we provided the coffee for the entire office. The same is true here. 3. Tomb of Jesus (Matt 28:1; Mark 16:1; John 20:1) Each of these three different gospel accounts may appear, at first glance, to contradict one another. However, look at them more closely. To contradict one another (1) one author must specify that only a certain person was there and no one else or (2) the author(s) must specify that someone was not there when another author clearly states that they were. There is no contradiction here. Each author provided information in which they felt was relevant to their audiences. Each paints the same picture from a different perspective. Mark is the most descriptive but it does not contradict the other accounts. 4. Lineage of Jesus (Matt 1:16; Luke 3:23) The Matthew account shows that Jacob was Joseph's father or Christ's earthly-grandfather. However, Luke records that Joseph was the son of Heli. This looks like a clear contradiction. A bit more study would show that Heli was Mary's father. Mary was married to Joseph. In those times, it was common after marriage to use this terminology between in-laws. After all, Joseph and Mary had become one flesh through marriage and therefore Joseph was the son of Jacob and the son (in-law) of Heli.
Shilston
This is says how the disciples were all in terror at meeting up then Jesus came in and said meaning " may god give you every good thing"... Read More
This is says how the disciples were all in terror at meeting up then Jesus came in and said meaning " may god give you every good thing" and all their terror was gone and they were told to receive the Holy Spirit and to build up the church ( "the body of Christ" ). This also shows god and Jesus's strong relationship which depends on Jesus being perfect and obidient to god
Zoe Schoppa
Our faith is not in vain Josephus - used as an argument that a person can survive crucifixion. Josephus pleased with the ruler to save... Read More
Our faith is not in vain Josephus - used as an argument that a person can survive crucifixion. Josephus pleased with the ruler to save his three friends lives. He agreed to offer mercy. These men were scourged and places on the cross before their reprieve but they were taken off alive and given the best medical care available at the time. Why do we believe in the resurrection? What are the facts? Scriptural proof...prophecies Eye witness accounts by a multitude of people People have died for truth but not for a lie Jesus rose from the dead and has power over life and death. Chapter 22 shows Thomas Ready to die with Christ...truth. Thomas was the disciple who doubted but when he touched His scarred hands and he fell before Christ. He truly believed yet Christ states that those it is better for those who believe without physical evidence.
Angie Thompson DeSarro
8/17/14. Jake Richardson I. Trust In God's Presence. A. Happiness & Fulfillment only comes from God. B. God is the ONL... Read More
8/17/14. Jake Richardson I. Trust In God's Presence. A. Happiness & Fulfillment only comes from God. B. God is the ONLY constant II. Trust In God's Promises. A. He is truth. B. He keeps His promises. C. What is the most memorable moment of your life? III. Trust In Me. A. Jesus is the Way, the Truth, and the Light. B. We need to gain Christ.
mil445
Juan 1:1 La palabra era Dios Juan 1:14 y se hizo hombre Juan 1:18 el hijo que es Dios Hechos 20:28 la cual él ganó por su propia sangre... Read More
Juan 1:1 La palabra era Dios Juan 1:14 y se hizo hombre Juan 1:18 el hijo que es Dios Hechos 20:28 la cual él ganó por su propia sangre Juan 20:28 Tomás el discípulo declaró, “Señor mío, y Dios mío” 1 Juan 2:2; 2 Corintios 5:21 Solamente Dios pudo pagar tal penalidad infinita. Solamente Dios pudo tomar los pecados del mundo, morir, y resucitar Apocalipsis 19:10 adorar solamente a Dios Mateo 2:11; 14:33; 28:9,17; Lucas 24:52; Juan 9:38 Jesus fuel adorado
HEBERANE
Nos evangelhos sinóticos o toque e a presença de Jesus são essenciais para realizar o milagre,no evangelho de João são realizados 7 milag... Read More
Nos evangelhos sinóticos o toque e a presença de Jesus são essenciais para realizar o milagre,no evangelho de João são realizados 7 milagres mos quais Jesus somente fala, são realizados pela Palavra. a segund geração que não viu, nem tocou, mas creu em Jesus, em contraste com Tomé, mas creram. Não estamos em desvantagem pois a Palavra é tão poderosa quanto a presença.
Wtademy
with all of the religions in the world professing that they are the link to God while leaving out the son of god Jesus earlier in the we... Read More
with all of the religions in the world professing that they are the link to God while leaving out the son of god Jesus earlier in the week Jesus presents himself to his disciples, Thomas was not present. The disciples tell Thomas of Jesus's return hew doubts hence the name doubting Thomas. in our witnessing we may encounter a Thomas spirit form the people that we are trying to reach.
lissyh
El mundo entero esta en las mano de las mujeres La mujer es la que educa a nuestros hijo Dos tipo de mujeres la que construye y la que... Read More
El mundo entero esta en las mano de las mujeres La mujer es la que educa a nuestros hijo Dos tipo de mujeres la que construye y la que destruye Eva trajo el pecado y Maria trajo la Salvación Hoy yo te pregunto (porque llora) Que te atormenta, que te molesta Problema Enfermedad Recuerdo del pasado Abandono
Yong Cho
주일예배. 7/22 도마의 의심은 자의 기준에서 주님의 부활을 믿을수가 없었다. 자기가 직접보기전까지 손을 집어 넣어보기전까지 믿을수가 없었다. 보지못하고 믿는자가 더 복되다.
주일예배. 7/22 도마의 의심은 자의 기준에서 주님의 부활을 믿을수가 없었다. 자기가 직접보기전까지 손을 집어 넣어보기전까지 믿을수가 없었다. 보지못하고 믿는자가 더 복되다.
Frazier Beard II
Thomas natural sceptic. Understand everything before believing. 1. Genuine calling: disciple ~~follower ;and apostle --one who is sent... Read More
Thomas natural sceptic. Understand everything before believing. 1. Genuine calling: disciple ~~follower ;and apostle --one who is sent. Commissioned by Jesus, sent by Jesus. Saw potential promise in the apostle. 2. Loyal pessimism. Was there for the high and lows of Jesus. What in the world was going to happen today. Was still with Jesus during dangerous times. Needed to believe Jesus knows what is best. (thought he was going to die--John 11:16) When you are struggling in your faith are you still faithful? don't let the debts get the best of you. 3. Forthright practicality Most feared him and sought to kill him. Disciples staid faithful. John 14:5. Where are you going jesus? Can we go? Jesus -- I am the way. John 14:6 Lord help me understand. 4. Honest doubt Needed a little more convincing before believing. John 20: 25 Honest doubt - willingness to be convinced. Dishonest doubt- unwillingness to be convinced no matter the evidence. Closed mind. Nothing wrong with doubt. It is your response to jesus's reply. 5. Jesus direct response. John 20: 27-28 See and stop doubting and believe. Answer and invitation to join Him. "My Lord my God." 20:27-28. Thomas' reply. (took gospel to the East-- martyr)
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