The Life Lessons of Jesus<br />
We can never be like Jesus because He is Jesus and we are not. He is worthy and we are not. But we can know Him better and...
Jesus is the visible image of the invisible God. He is the perfect picture of God.<br />Jesus existed before God made anyt...
God was pleased to live in Christ, and by Him brought the whole universe back to himself. He made peace with everything in...
He is God's firstborn Son, who was raised from death, so that he alone might have the first place in all things.<br />He i...
As predicted hundreds of years before His birth on Earth, Jesus was an Israelite from the nation founded by Abraham, a des...
He was born of a virgin in the town of Bethlehem, spent a period of his childhood in <br />Egypt, then lived in Nazareth<b...
"Jesus Christ" combines the personal name Jesus with the title Christ. He was and is a man, the central figure of the huma...
As children of God, adopted into His family, we also become little brothers and sisters of Jesus. We need only to follow t...
He no longer calls us slaves. Now we are His friends. And as we find joys we never dreamed existed.  As we continue to wal...
Jesus wasn't religious -- not even spiritual -- but He walked with God. He was willing to be simply Himself. No other frie...
Jesus says, "Feed my sheep," knowing He has some goofy sheep, some dirty, some angry, some straying sheep. Yet God loves e...
Jesus teaches us about love by loving us. He loves us so much, in fact, it breaks our hearts to break His. We finally begi...
When Jesus calls us to follow Him, <br />to be His friend, His sheep, His little brothers and sisters, we become constrain...
Jesus told us to be perfect, just like God. To demonstrate that Christian perfection, we are to be generous in our relatio...
It is natural to like some people and dislike others. But Jesus says we cannot be natural, we must show to others what God...
Jesus trusted no one, yet he was never suspicious of anyone, never bitter toward anyone. His confidence in God, and in how...
Our Lord is willing and able to walk on the chaos of our lives today.  If He can walk on water, he can walk with us on any...
Walking with Jesus through today's world, we encounter difficult circumstances, but Jesus tells us to be of good cheer (to...
He asks us, not to decide for Him, but to yield to Him. When we do, He blesses us in our poverty. Jesus prayed for us and,...
Jesus wants us to put on tender mercies, kindness, humility, meekness, patience, being gentle and ready to forgive, always...
Jesus wants us to understand forgiveness is the divine miracle of grace. God cannot forgive. It is not His nature. We can ...
Jesus said, "Let not your heart be troubled." Whatever the problem or circumstance, fret not, don't be disturbed. Don't tr...
Jesus urges us to build up ourselves on our most holy faith, praying in the Holy Spirit, laboring along the line of the Fa...
Jesus wants us to pray because prayer is the key to the harvest. We pray to the Owner of the harvest. Prayer produces frui...
Jesus stresses humility in His teaching, and challenges us to eat and drink, walk and talk, whatever we do, do it to the g...
Jesus teaches us to give ourselves. As God loved us so much He gave His only son, and as Jesus loved His Father enough to ...
Jesus wants us to learn the purpose in life is God's, not ours. All He asks is that we trust Him completely. <br />When I ...
The agony of the cross was Jesus fulfilling His destiny as Savior of the world. Because of what Jesus endured on the cross...
Jesus tells us to constantly restate to ourselves the purpose of our life -- not health, not happiness, but holiness. <br />
Just as Jesus did not condemn the world, we are never to find fault or condemn each other. Other brothers and sisters in C...
Jesus teaches us we not only can walk with Him, but we also can delight in a real friendship with God. Since God knows our...
The resurrection of Jesus is the power of God. When we break away from our own spiritual concerns and dwell on the tragedy...
Jesus tells us what to do, but He never makes us do it. He does not give us rules. He makes his standard clear, and when o...
To know Jesus is to love Jesus. And no man has ever seen, heard or even imagined what wonderful things God has ready for t...
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  1. 1. The Life Lessons of Jesus<br />
  2. 2. We can never be like Jesus because He is Jesus and we are not. He is worthy and we are not. But we can know Him better and become more like Him tomorrow than we are today. To do so, we must learn and understand more about Him. We must get to know Him better and better.<br />
  3. 3. Jesus is the visible image of the invisible God. He is the perfect picture of God.<br />Jesus existed before God made anything at all and is supreme over all creation.<br />
  4. 4. God was pleased to live in Christ, and by Him brought the whole universe back to himself. He made peace with everything in heaven and on earth by means of His Son's blood on the cross.<br />
  5. 5. He is God's firstborn Son, who was raised from death, so that he alone might have the first place in all things.<br />He is God's firstborn Son, who was raised from death, so that he alone might have the first place in all things.<br />
  6. 6. As predicted hundreds of years before His birth on Earth, Jesus was an Israelite from the nation founded by Abraham, a descendant of King David from the tribe of Judah. He became human to live among us, to become the sacrificial Lamb of God.<br />
  7. 7. He was born of a virgin in the town of Bethlehem, spent a period of his childhood in <br />Egypt, then lived in Nazareth<br />
  8. 8. "Jesus Christ" combines the personal name Jesus with the title Christ. He was and is a man, the central figure of the human race, and also the great High Priest, the anointed, the Messiah, who sits at the right hand of God to intercede for His people.<br />
  9. 9. As children of God, adopted into His family, we also become little brothers and sisters of Jesus. We need only to follow the example of our older Brother to unite our souls with the Father by His indwelling Spirit, and to achieve our purpose: to become One with the Father like Jesus did.<br />
  10. 10. He no longer calls us slaves. Now we are His friends. And as we find joys we never dreamed existed.  As we continue to walk and to learn from our Friend, we are never lonely, we never need sympathy, we can pour out Jesus' Light with God's love without being pathetic or expecting anything in return. Each day we can be more like Jesus..<br />
  11. 11. Jesus wasn't religious -- not even spiritual -- but He walked with God. He was willing to be simply Himself. No other friends, no parents, no brothers, no self-interest. Simply ready for death. Jesus says to us, "Come unto me." And then He waits. And waits. And waits. And waits......<br />
  12. 12. Jesus says, "Feed my sheep," knowing He has some goofy sheep, some dirty, some angry, some straying sheep. Yet God loves each one, and if we love Jesus, we must feed His sheep. When we do, we experience the Joy of pleasing the Shepherd.<br />
  13. 13. Jesus teaches us about love by loving us. He loves us so much, in fact, it breaks our hearts to break His. We finally begin serving Christ for who He is and we learn to love like He does, letting Him love through us.<br />
  14. 14. When Jesus calls us to follow Him, <br />to be His friend, His sheep, His little brothers and sisters, we become constrained, or gripped, by the love of God. We no longer care what others think of us. We live only to persuade others of God's judgment and of the love of Christ.<br />
  15. 15. Jesus told us to be perfect, just like God. To demonstrate that Christian perfection, we are to be generous in our relationships with all men and women, even those we don't like, an impossibility had not God transformed us within..<br />
  16. 16. It is natural to like some people and dislike others. But Jesus says we cannot be natural, we must show to others what God shows us. Grace. Though we might have no interest at all in some people, we must identify with God's interest in them. Deliberately.<br />
  17. 17. Jesus trusted no one, yet he was never suspicious of anyone, never bitter toward anyone. His confidence in God, and in how God's grace can change people, is so perfect he never views anyone as hopeless.<br />
  18. 18. Our Lord is willing and able to walk on the chaos of our lives today.  If He can walk on water, he can walk with us on anything. Walking with us is His purpose. Walking  with Him in whatever we do is our success. And our joy.<br />
  19. 19. Walking with Jesus through today's world, we encounter difficult circumstances, but Jesus tells us to be of good cheer (to laugh) because He has overcome the world.<br />
  20. 20. He asks us, not to decide for Him, but to yield to Him. When we do, He blesses us in our poverty. Jesus prayed for us and, thus, taught us to pray for others. By doing so, we reach God.<br />
  21. 21. Jesus wants us to put on tender mercies, kindness, humility, meekness, patience, being gentle and ready to forgive, always remembering God forgave us so we must forgive others.<br />
  22. 22. Jesus wants us to understand forgiveness is the divine miracle of grace. God cannot forgive. It is not His nature. We can be forgiven only through the Cross of Jesus and its enormous cost to God. When once we realize what it cost God to forgive us, we are held and constrained by His love.<br />
  23. 23. Jesus said, "Let not your heart be troubled." Whatever the problem or circumstance, fret not, don't be disturbed. Don't try to worry it out. Instead, confer with Jesus, and He will leave you with a gift -- "peace of mind and heart."<br />
  24. 24. Jesus urges us to build up ourselves on our most holy faith, praying in the Holy Spirit, laboring along the line of the Father's direction, laboring in prayer.<br />
  25. 25. Jesus wants us to pray because prayer is the key to the harvest. We pray to the Owner of the harvest. Prayer produces fruit, but it is prayer based, not on our agony, but on the agony of Christ's Redemption.<br />
  26. 26. Jesus stresses humility in His teaching, and challenges us to eat and drink, walk and talk, whatever we do, do it to the glory of God. Thus, the most lowly things we do are ordained of God.<br />
  27. 27. Jesus teaches us to give ourselves. As God loved us so much He gave His only son, and as Jesus loved His Father enough to die for our salvation, we also can give ourselves absolutely to God and to others. Salvation delivers us out of ourselves entirely into union with God. The Holy Spirit brings us into God's personality, absolute abandonment to love, to giving.<br />
  28. 28. Jesus wants us to learn the purpose in life is God's, not ours. All He asks is that we trust Him completely. <br />When I stop telling God what I want, He can catch me up on what He wants.<br />
  29. 29. The agony of the cross was Jesus fulfilling His destiny as Savior of the world. Because of what Jesus endured on the cross, every human being, including you and I, can now talk directly to God, can enter into union with God.<br />
  30. 30. Jesus tells us to constantly restate to ourselves the purpose of our life -- not health, not happiness, but holiness. <br />
  31. 31. Just as Jesus did not condemn the world, we are never to find fault or condemn each other. Other brothers and sisters in Christ are God's servants, not ours; responsible to Him, not us. He will tell them whether they are right or wrong, and He is able to make them do as they should.<br />
  32. 32. Jesus teaches us we not only can walk with Him, but we also can delight in a real friendship with God. Since God knows our needs before we ask, the point of prayer is to get to know God better, to become one with God. When that happens, when our relationship is right with God, we live a life of freedom and delight.<br />
  33. 33. The resurrection of Jesus is the power of God. When we break away from our own spiritual concerns and dwell on the tragedy of  God, Christ on the cross, we can know the power of God in our own flesh. The energy of the  cross is released in our lives and good things happen. When we dwell on the cross, Jesus does  his own work.<br />
  34. 34. Jesus tells us what to do, but He never makes us do it. He does not give us rules. He makes his standard clear, and when our relationship to Him is based on love, <br />We do what he says automatically. When we obey, we will fulfill our spiritual destiny, and the Redemption of God rushes through us to other lives.<br />
  35. 35. To know Jesus is to love Jesus. And no man has ever seen, heard or even imagined what wonderful things God has ready for those who love Jesus.<br />Thank You Very Much<br />SompongYusoontorn<br />
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