The son of God
Born of Mary and to Joseph in Bethlehem, Isreal, on March 20th,00ac, he lived an exemplary life. When he was a man, he grew and lived to rise above that fact, to do what is right. He grew up as a poor as a carpenters son, took on that as a trade and then traveled the world starting at a young age of 12 he was allowed to study and spread his ministry. He had announced his calling to his parents and was met with many a following disciple and then Mary Magdalene who he did marry. He was a Jewish Rabbi, traveling all of Isreal, the orient and India as well as other places , he spread the word and divine agape love of God. With Mary, he was initiated into the mystery school where he would take others like St. Mark to initiate. As was his destiny and he knew as in prophecy, as it was common and acceptable to foresee in those days, that he would become a martyr. He was the sacrificial lamb of God. He was to die on the Cross of calvary after his famous walk on the Dolorosa in which he was forced with a crown of thorns embedded in his head to carry his own crucifction cross. He was helped by a man who he blessed as well as leaving many who where healed by him. His mother Mary, a cousin Mary and his wife and disciple Mary Magdelene who was carrying his child in the holy grail of her womb. He died on good Friday and it started his assent ion up to Heaven with his res erection. He died for the sins of others and rose on the 3rd day. Mary Magdalene saw him in spirit to tell of his being set free. The stone had been rolled away and was empty was symbolic as we are not in our bodys when we die.He lives again in spirit to help save souls. He is there for the little children as he was in life. He is the good Shepard for all of Gods children.
He shows us of our deliverance from evil and our right full place is eventually in heaven eternally with God. His examples are written in the bible by channeling him the words were so and recorded after death. His parables are lessons to live by. The famous what would Jesus do.? is aquest to ask ourselves always.The Psalms are some of the most beautiful and moving to read, to hear and to take in.
The lord is my Shepard,
I shall not want;
He makeith me to lie down in green pastures;
He leadith me beside the still waters.
He restorith my soul;
He leadith me into the paths of ritcheousness for his names sake.
Ye though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil:
for Though art with me;
Thy rod and thy staff they comfort me.
Though preparest a table before me in the presence of mine enemies,
thou anointist my head with oil; my cup runnith over.
Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me through all the days of my life,
and I shall dwell in the house the house of the Lord forever. Amen