WHY JESUS CAME

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Reflecting means pondering, thinking or putting your mind in a particular thing. In john 3:16, the purpose of the coming of Jesus was shown.

Jesus came to die for the propitiation of the sin of mankind. These are some of the reasons why he came. God sent Him because of love.

  • He came to save man from sin
  • To show us the way of life and kingdom
  • He came to bear our pain and to carry our burdens.
  • He came to demonstrate His love.
  • He came to set man free from the attack of the enemy and give us freedom.
  • He came to give us joy, and peace that passes all understanding.

At the coming of Jesus on earth, He took His time teaching his disciples the kingdom principles. We can see this in the book of Matthew 5

He taught about life and Kingdom

  1. Blessed are the poor in spirit: being poor in spirit isn’t about having money or the absence of financial resources. It actually means being calm in the face of challenges, being teachable, remorseful. There are many people who do not have teachable spirits nor can they be remorseful and apologize when they are wrong. Some people are even poor in wisdom and in their dealings with fellow men.
  2. Blessed are they who mourn: to mourn does not imply when someone dies. However, it describes people who mourn for their sins or transgressions. People who mourn when they go contrary to the word of God/and for their wrong doing. When such people mourn, God comforts them.
  3. Blessed are the meek: this refers to people who are humble at heart. People who do not claim rights. People who are meek do not struggle; things come to them naturally.
  4. Blessed are they who hunger for righteousness: this refers to people who hunger for God. People whose passion is to do the will of God and to please Him. Their drive is just God.
  5. Blessed are the merciful: there are so many people who do have or show mercy to those who have offended them. They cannot show mercy to those who seem to be better than them because of their position.
  6. Blessed are the pure in heart: this refers to people whose hearts are a truly pure. People who do not work against other people in their hearts. It refers to people who say what they mean and do what they say. Not, saying another thing and doing another thing altogether.
  7. Blessed are the peacemakers: people who love peace are quite few and people don’t seem to like them. Many find it difficult to reconcile with many who offended them.
  8. Blessed are the persecuted for righteousness’s sake: This refers to a lot of people who stopped doing what they were doing sincerely because of the persecution they face. But the bible says we should rejoice when we are persecuted for righteousness.
  9. Blessed are those who are being accused falsely
  10. Rejoice and be exceedingly glad for your reward is in heaven.

If at the end of time, we do not learn all that Jesus taught while here on earth, it means that we have wasted our time professing what we do not believe in.

When there is no change in character and attitude, it means that learning has not taken place.

Jesus desires that we relent in what we are doing and never to be anxious or be at the edge but to seek the kingdom of God. This is because life is not subjected to what is happening around the world but life is dependent on God and His promises

Reflecting means pondering, thinking or putting your mind in a particular thing. In john 3:16, the purpose of the coming of Jesus was shown.

Jesus came to die for the propitiation of the sin of mankind. These are some of the reasons why He came. God sent Him because of love.

  • He came to save man from sin
  • To show us the way of life and kingdom
  • He came to bear our pain and to carry our burdens.
  • He came to demonstrate His love.
  • He came to set man free from the attack of the enemy and give us freedom.
  • He came to give us joy, and peace that passes all understanding.

At the coming of Jesus on earth, H e took His time teaching his disciples the kingdom principles. We can see this in the book of Matthew 5

He taught about life and Kingdom

  1. Blessed are the poor in spirit: being poor in spirit isn’t about having money or the absence of financial resources. It actually means being calm in the face of challenges, being teachable, remorseful. There are many people who do not have teachable spirits nor can they be remorseful and apologize when they are wrong. Some people are even poor in wisdom and in their dealings with fellow men.
  2. Blesse are they who mourn: to mourn does not imply when someone dies. However, it describes people who mourn for their sins or transgressions. People who mourn when they go contrary to the word of God/and for their wrong doing. When such people mourn, God comforts them.
  3. Blessed are the meek: this refers to people who are humble at heart. People who do not claim rights. People who are meek do not struggle; things come to them naturally.
  4. Blessed are they who hunger for righteousness: this refers to people who hunger for God. People whose passion is to do the will of God and to please Him. Their drive is just God.
  5. Blessed are the merciful: there are so many people who do have or show mercy to those who have offended them. They cannot show mercy to those who seem to be better than because of their position.
  6. Blessed are the pure in heart: this refers to people whose are a truly pure. People who do not work against other people in their heart. It refers to people who say what they mean and do what they say. Not, saying another thing and doing another thing altogether.
  7. Blessed are the peacemakers: people who love peace are quite few and people don’t seem to like them. Many find it difficult to reconcile with many who offended them.
  8. Blessed are the persecuted for righteousness’s sake: a lot of people who stopped doing what they were doing sincerely because of the persecution they face. But the bible says we should rejoice when we are persecuted for righteousness.
  9. Blessed are those who are being accused falsely
  10. Rejoice and be exceedingly glad for your reward is in heaven.

If at the end of time, we do not learn all that Jesus taught while here on earth, it means that we have wasted our time professing what we do not actually believe in.

When there is no change in character and attitude, it means that learning has not taken place.

Jesus desires that we do not relent in what we are doing and never to be anxious or be at the edge but to seek the kingdom of God. This is because life is not subjected to what is happening around the world but life is dependent on God and His promises

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