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  • 1. The Life of Jesus
  • 2. Probably one of the most controversial figures in religion, Jesus Christ is said to be the son of God He had many ministries in which he taught Christianity to others and spoke of miracles in near by locations It is said that he spoke much about praying and morality and the importance of both in life He believed in self-sacrifice, humility, and love for God as well as every person After having Passover meal with his disciples, they all went to the Garden of Gethsemane, after telling them that he would be betrayed by one of his disciples and would be killed Jesus was arrested at night by temple guards on the orders of the Sanhedrin He would soon be crucified for aspiring to be king of the Jews, though he is said to be resurrected and ascended Here is the story of his life…… The Jesus’s Life
  • 3. 6 B.C. Some time before the saviour’s birth the angel Gabriel visited Mary and told her that she was going to have a very special baby
  • 4. The Angel Gabriel tells Mary about The Saviour. Carl Bloch
  • 5. Mary Visits Elizabeth From Jerusalem to Zacharias' House Carl Bloch
  • 6. 6 B.C. the saviour was born in Bethlehem, Judea
  • 7. According to the Gospels, the saviour was not the son of Joseph in the ordinary sense
  • 8. He was miraculously conceived by Mary through God, without any human father
  • 9. That is why Christians say that he was conceived by the Holy Ghost, born to the Virgin Mary
  • 10. 6 B.C. The Bible tells us how the Magi wisemen priests with supernatural powers from ancient Persia from the East brought presents to the infant Christ
  • 11. They seemed to know that something quite out of ordinary had happened
  • 12. With the future of this infant Christ
  • 13. The Saviour’s name was “Jesus”.
  • 14. Mary, Joseph and the baby Jesus at the town of David called Bethlehem. Luke - His Name Shall Be Called Wonderful Birth Simon Dewey
  • 15. Simeon blessing the baby Jesus in Jerusalem Luke 2:25-35 A Light to the Gentiles Greg Olson
  • 16. St. Joseph with the Infant Jesus Guido Reni, c1635
  • 17. The family flees to Egypt and remains there until Herod's death, whereupon they settle in Nazareth to avoid living under the authority of Herod's son and successor Archelaus.
  • 18. Child Jesus left with his cousin John the Baptist Bartolome Esteban Perez Murillo
  • 19. 7 A.D. at age 12 Jesus made a visit with his parents to Jerusalem during the feast of the Passover
  • 20. Jame Tissot The Dispute of the Child Jesus with the Doctors in the Temple Jesus sitting in the midst of the doctors
  • 21. Mary scolding her son, Jesus, in the temple courts, where those who heard him were amazed by his answers and understanding. Luke - The Finding of the Savior in the Temple William Holman Hunt 1827-1910
  • 22. Jesus' First Working Lesson & Responsibilites of Parents
  • 23. Joseph teaches Jesus.
  • 24. Heinrich Hofmann A man of stature somewhat tall, and comely, with very reverent countenance, such as the beholders may both love and fear, his hair of the colour of the chestnut, full ripe,
  • 25. plain to His ears, whence downwards it is more orient and curling and wavering about His shoulders In the midst of His head is a seam or partition in His hair, after the manner of the Nazarenes.
  • 26. His forehead plain and very delicate; His face without spot or wrinkle, beautified with a lovely red; His nose and mouth so formed as nothing can be reprehended.
  • 27. His beard thickish, in colour like His hair, not very long, but forked; His look innocent and mature; His eyes grey, clear, and quick- In reproving hypocrisy.
  • 28. He is terrible; in admonishing, courteous and fair spoken; pleasant in conversation, mixed with gravity It cannot be remembered that any have seen Him Laugh, but many have seen Him Weep.
  • 29. In proportion of body, most excellent; His hands and arms delicate to behold In speaking, very temperate, modest, and wise A man, for His singular beauty, surpassing the children of men
  • 30. Jesus, the Good Shepherd, holding a lost lamb. John
  • 31. Based on Lost Lamb Good Shepherd Del Parson
  • 32. 26 AD he met a man called John the Baptist, who had started a religious movement preparing for the coming of the Messiah, or saviour Leonardo Da Vinci Baptism of Christ
  • 33. Jesus being baptized by John the Baptist. Luke - Baptism Harry Anderson 1906-1996
  • 34. Jesus Is Baptized in the River Jordan Carl Bloch
  • 35. After Jesus was Baptized by John the Baptist, he took part in John's religious movement and became convinced that it was himself whom God intended to be the Messiah
  • 36. Following his baptism, Jesus was led into the desert by God where he fasted for forty days and forty nights
  • 37. During this time, the Devil appeared to him and tempted Jesus three times Each time, Jesus refused temptation with a quotation of scripture from the Book of Deuteronomy.
  • 38. Jesus is Tempted in the Desert by the Devil The Devil departed and angels came and brought nourishment to Jesus
  • 39. During the first part of his ministry Jesus made tours from his base at Capernaum in Galilee to the neighboring towns and villages, proving the authority of his mission by performing miraculous deeds
  • 40. Jesus heals paralyzed man
  • 41. Jesus heals a paralytic at the Pool of Bethzatha Bethesda Carl Bloch
  • 42. Carl Bloch Jesus Heals the Blind Bartimaeus
  • 43. Jesus and the blind
  • 44. Jesus walking by the Sea of Galilee, calling two brothers, Simon called Peter and his brother Andrew, to be fishers of men. Matthew - Calling of the Fishermen Harry Anderson 1906-1996
  • 45. Jesus came to save sinners Just as Peter the disciple, lacking faith, was sinking into the depths of the Sea of Galilee, so we were sinking into the depths of our own seas of faithlessness
  • 46. And just as “Jesus immediately reached out his hand and took hold of Peter,” so God has reached out to us and restored us to a right relationship to Him
  • 47. Rembrandt 1633 Jesus Calms the Storm
  • 48. Jacopo Bassano, 1545 The Miraculous Draught of Fishes
  • 49. First Miracle of the Loaves. Jesus feeds 5000
  • 50. In the synoptics, Jesus speaks in parables and aphorisms, exorcises demons, champions the poor and oppressed, and teaches mainly about the Kingdom of God
  • 51. Jesus speaks in long discourses, with himself as the theme of his teaching
  • 52. holy hour of jesus Carl Bloch Jesus the Consolator
  • 53. Jesus' ministry takes place mainly in Galilee, until he travels to Jerusalem, where he cleanses the Temple and is executed
  • 54. In John, his ministry in and around Jerusalem is more prominently described, cleansing the temple at his ministry's beginning
  • 55. Jesus Drives the Merchants out of the Temple
  • 56. 28 AD Jesus Instructing the Apostles before sending them (the 12) on their first mission Duccio Di Buoninsegna,14th Century.
  • 57. Jesus teaching a new commandment.
  • 58. James Tissot Jesus with His Apostles
  • 59. The Beatitudes Carl Bloch Sermon on the Mount Beatitudes
  • 60. Pieter Van Lint Christ and the Adulterous Woman
  • 61. Bartolome Esteban Murillo Parable of The Prodigal Son
  • 62. Jesus walks on the road to Jerusalem.
  • 63. Jesus and Children
  • 64. Jesus said the Kingdom of God belongs to the little children. Luke
  • 65. Forever and Ever Kingdom of God Greg Olson
  • 66. Jesus and a boy
  • 67. Jesus and a girl
  • 68. Jesus and all native children.
  • 69. Jesus and children from all countries
  • 70. Jesus and the kids
  • 71. Jesus, the soul of children
  • 72. Jesus is the happiness of children
  • 73. Jesus prays before eating
  • 74. Jesus came to earth to glorify His Father In this picture, we could see a representation of Jesus enjoying and praying to His Father Gentle Jesus meek and mild.
  • 75. Carl Bloch Wedding at Cana
  • 76. Heinrich Hofmann 1889 The Rich Young Ruler
  • 77. His Epiphany of Love
  • 78. Mary Magdalene is the leader of a group of women disciples.
  • 79. Jesus cleansed her of seven demons, a concept usually associated in the New Testament with healing from illness, not forgiveness of sin
  • 80. Giotto The Raising of Lazarus, brother of Mary.
  • 81. Jesus, John, Simon and Judas go to Bethlehem
  • 82. Christ Instructing Nicodemus Jacob Jordaens 1593-1678
  • 83. Jesus is rejected at Nazareth Jesus Is Driven Out of Nazareth and He Comforts His Mother. Reflections on Four Contemplations. James Tissot
  • 84. Jesus, reading from the prophet Isaiah in his home town of Nazareth, to fulfill the prophecy about himself. Luke - Jesus in the Synagogue at Nazareth Greg Olson
  • 85. Jesus speaking with Moses and Elijah on a high mountain as Peter, James, and John brother of James, looked on. Matthew - Transfiguration Carl Bloch 1834-1890
  • 86. Jesus' Triumphal Entry Into Jerusalem 30 AD Jesus left Galilee and returned to Jerusalem Soon, he realized that his teachings had aroused opposition Giotto
  • 87. Worse still, he knew that one of his own disciples was turning against him Jesus knew that the danger was great, and he must prepare for the end
  • 88. Jesus triumphantly entering Jerusalem riding a donkey. Matthew - Entering Jeruselam Harry Anderson 1906-1996
  • 89. Jesus first appears to His Mother, Mary
  • 90. Jesus at the Temple Solomon's Portico Jesus speaks on the Wednesday before His death James Tissot
  • 91. Mary washing Jesus feet with her hair just before he was crucified.
  • 92. James Tissot Mary Magdalene washes Jesus' feet with her tears and hair.
  • 93. James Tissot Jesus Weeps Over Jerusalem
  • 94. He gathered his 12 disciples together for a final meal, Known as the Last Supper, and explained to them that his death was necessary,
  • 95. because it would establish a new covenant between God and man, and it would be the disciples' duty to spread Jesus' teachings after he had gone
  • 96. Jesus with his disciples during his last passover meal before his crucifiction. Luke - In Remembrance of Me Last Supper Walter Rane 1949-
  • 97. Giovane 1591-1592 Jesus Washes the Feet of the
  • 98. Jesus washing apostles feet Parson
  • 99. Following the supper, Jesus and his disciples went to pray in the Garden of Gethsemane.
  • 100. The sign of the dove at the Baptism of JesusThe sign of the dove at the Baptism of JesusThe sign of the dove at the Baptism of Jesus Temptation of Jesus
  • 101. The sign of the dove at the Baptism of Jesus Jesus Fasting And Praying
  • 102. Jesus praying in gethsemane Anderson l.
  • 103. Jesus praying at Gethsemane before being betrayed. Matthew Praying at Gethsemane Warner Sallman
  • 104. THE PASSION Carl Bloch Agony in the Garden of
  • 105. Jesus and the disciples went to Mount of Olives, a hill on the east side of Jerusalem
  • 106. That is the place where Judas Iscariot brought man to arrest Jesus
  • 107. Judas Iscariot, one of his apostles, betrays Jesus by identifying him to the guards with a kiss. Mt 26:49-50
  • 108. Caravaggio Judas Betrays Jesus with a Kiss
  • 109. James Tissot Judas Throws Money in the Temple
  • 110. The Death of Judas Judas, distraught by his betrayal of Jesus, commits suicide shortly after Mt.27:5 James Tissot
  • 111. The Various Trials. Gerrit van Honthorst 1617 Christ Before the High Priest
  • 112. Giotto A Puzzle of the Synoptic Gospels solved. Trial of Jesus before Caiaphas
  • 113. Jesus affirms that he is the Messiah before the Sanhedrin, Mk.14:53- 65 the only time in the Gospel that he makes such a claim.
  • 114. The High Priest asked Jesus, Art thou the Christ, the Son of the Blessed, and Jesus replied, I am Consequently, he was sentenced to death
  • 115. The trial of Jesus
  • 116. The sentence the Jewish leaders had passed could not be carried out until it had been approved by the Roman governor of Judea, Pontius Pilate.
  • 117. Pilate was uncertain what to do and after consulting the crowd he gave in and sentenced Jesus to be crucified.
  • 118. The Flagellation of Our Lord Jesus Christ William-Adolphe Bouguereau (1825-1905
  • 119. jesus-thomas caravaggio Jesus Christ on trial
  • 120. “Are you hurt?”
  • 121. Jesus was carrying the cross, before he was crucified.
  • 122. The Way of the Cross from the Praetorium to Calvary. Tiepolo Christ Carrying the Cross
  • 123. Rubens Crucifixion
  • 124. Jesus being crucified between two thieves at a place called Golgatha. Mark - Harry Anderson 1906-1996
  • 125. His cross states that he is being executed for aspiring to be the king of the Jews.
  • 126. He begins to recite Psalm 22
  • 127. “My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me.”
  • 128. He utters a loud cry and dies
  • 129. Jesus died before late afternoon at Calvary, which was also called Golgotha.
  • 130. In Luke, Jesus faces his crucifixion stolidly He asks God to forgive those who are crucifying him, possibly the Romans and possibly the Jews
  • 131. “At that moment the curtain of the temple was torn in two from top to bottom The earth shook, the rocks split.”
  • 132. The dead Christ supported by Mary and John giovanni-bellini-1460-pinacoteca-brera-milan
  • 133. Burial of Jesus Carl Bloch
  • 134. An angel appears near the tomb of Jesus and announces his resurrection.
  • 135. Jesus rose from the dead on Sunday
  • 136. Rubens Last Judgment
  • 137. Farewell and Ascension of the Lord.
  • 138. He Lives! (Resurection)
  • 139. Jesus leaving his tomb after the third day. Mark - Simon Dewey
  • 140. Giotto 1305 The Resurrection
  • 141. I come back again!
  • 142. The Christ will suffer and rise from the dead on the third day, and repentance and forgiveness of sins will be preached in his name to all nations, beginning at Jerusalem.
  • 143. “You are witnesses of these things I am going to send you what my Father has promised; but stay in the city until you have been clothed with power from on high ”
  • 144. Jesus Appears to the Ten Apostles.
  • 145. Caravaggio Jesus Appears to the Disciples on the Way to Emmaus.
  • 146. Jesus knocking on door
  • 147. Jesus' resurrection is a matter of great importance for Christians, for the Christian faith is based on the resurrection of Christ.
  • 148. Jesus is The King of Christian Religion
  • 149. Jesus is still the soul of the Christian people in the world
  • 150. Thank You Very Much Sompong Yusoontorn