The Teaching of Jesus Essay

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Will the teachings of Jesus Christ be able to survive the 3rd millennium? Jesus emphasized the actions and teachings of God by using his life as an example of God's ways. He was an exact representation of God which made him God as well. Jesus referred to the history of God in his teachings. He used the basis of God's teachings that God demonstrated through Adam, Abraham and David.

There were approximately 4000 years between the start of man up to the time of Christ's birth. Then for the last 2000 years after Christ, the church has risen steadily. So, in total, that is 6000 years of Jesus' teachings or the basis of his teachings, which have become more popular now then when they first started out at the beginning 6000 years ago. So my
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Look at Mother Teresa as another example of someone who was inspired by the teachings of Jesus. She has even gone so far as to impact the whole world and leave a lasting impression of the love Jesus has for us through her actions. Secondly, as we enter into the next millennium, every human is searching for love, acceptance, and security, which are, the three major needs of the human soul. Now imagine for a second what it would be like if all the bad things that are predicted about our future were to come true. Just imagine if all the computers really did crash or even if the world really did end.

Well, we don't have to fear about these things because, like I said, we are all searching for love, acceptance, and security and we can find all of these needs through Jesus and his teachings. Mark 3:34-35 is a great example of how accepting Jesus is. "Then he looked at those around him and said, "these are my mother and brothers. Anyone who does God's will id my brother and sister and mother." This is simply saying that Jesus accepts everybody as his family as long as they believe in God. Jesus wants us all to feel secure.

Psalm 46:1-5 is an excellent verse showing why we can feel secure with the basis of Jesus' teachings: "God is our refuge and strength, always ready to help in times of trouble. So we will not fear, even if earthquakes come and the mountains crumble into to sea. Let the oceans roar and
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