Jesus was just another man, and I am not so sure how good he was. He certainly sinned horrible sins, for which God rightfully punished him with commensurate death as was sanctioned by God in His Torah. Certainly God does not have children, except in a figurative sense. There was really nothing special about Jesus: he lived a fairly ordinary life, much of his teaching was very typical of his day and age, specifically the teachings of the Hillel School of Pharisees, but he was very wrong about certain key things that made him sin and justly punished.
Jesus Christ is the Son of God. (John 8:17,18) He proved to be so much more than just a good man. Not only did Jesus cure the sick, and resurrect the dead, he gave his life for a world of people he did not know. In doing so, he left us a model to follow closely, which has proved to be beneficial to our lives today. (1 Peter 2:21) Jesus Christ has also opened the way for sinners to pray and be heard by God. Not only did Jesus perform many miracles, he helped many of his time and today truly see what faith is. For more on Jesus Christ, try following this link:
Best video ever on the subject. Horus, Attis, Krishna, Dionysus, Mithra, and dozens of others share weird similarities with Jesus. Dec. 25, Virgin Birth, 3 Kings, Disciples, Eastern stars, Baptized at 30 and began ministry, performed Miracles, Betrayed, crucified (killed) and rose from the dead after 3 days (1.5-2 actual days)... Jesus simply isn't special.
He is the Son of God the Father, He is also my Lord, Savior, and Redeemer, and some day I will join Him in eternity, I look forward to that day. He is the best Friend you could ever have. Just talk to Him he will listen and help if you only humbly ask.
Jesus is the son of the most high God, Jehovah, and firstborn of all creation. He is now reigning as King of God's kingdom. He also provided the ransom sacrifice, to free mankind from the sin and death brought about by Adam's sin.
Because of Adam and Eve original sin entered into the world and now all man kind will die in there sins.God knowing that we all sin,so he created a way to save mankind from there sins through Jesus Christ,he paid the price so that our sins may be forgiving and we can have eternal life,so we except Jesus as our savior and repent our sins or we die in our sins.
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(Matthew 16:13-16) Jesus, in Caesarea Philippi, "went asking his disciples: 'Who are men saying the Son of man is?'" Perhaps one by one, they answered: "Some say John the Baptist, others Elijah, still others Jeremiah or one of the prophets." Having got them to express the ideas then current among the public, Jesus then asked: "You, though, who do you say I am?" Simon Peter answered up: "You are the Christ, the Son of the living God." (Matthew 16:13-16) Others were of the same opinion. Nathanael, who later became one of the apostles, told Jesus: "Rabbi, you are the Son of God, you are King of Israel." (John 1:49) Martha confessed: "You are the Christ, the Son of God." (John 11:27) The apostle John wrote so people might believe that "Jesus is the Christ the Son of God." (John 20:31) And of the apostle Paul's ministry it is said: "He began to preach Jesus, that this One is the Son of God."-Acts 9:20. Did Peter, Paul, John or any other of Jesus' followers preach that he was God? No, from these scriptures it is clear that they taught he was God's Son.
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I believe Jesus Christ was the prophesied savior of men, and that he was born a man, but became the physical manifestation of the Christ (Christ actually means savior in Greek, and is a theological term applied to a certain branch of the Trinity) which had existed as one with the Supreme God and Holy Spirit. I believe that Jesus was raised from the dead and the Spirit of the Christ which is in all of us lives on. HOWEVER! I think discussing his nature is contrary to his teachings, for it does not matter. We must strive to live in the likeness of him, or the likeness of an idea of him.