Jesus: Myth or Miracle

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Miracle Baby ~ Born in Bethlehem

Two millennium and 20 years ago, a baby boy, was born in Bethlehem [Bayt-Lahm], as a miracle — {like Adam and Eve}.

The baby had no father. But Eve had no mother. And Adam had no parents at all. 

They called him Esa (English: Jesus). He was the Christ (originally, Old Testament: Messiah; Mashi: Chosen, by God, to teach the Children of Israel). Then late Old English it was Cristes MaesseMass of Christ, first found in 1038, and Cristes-messe, in 1131.

He told his followers the greatest of all Commandments is, to know — “The Lord our God is One Lord and Him you must love with all your heart, all your strength,  and all your mind and all your soul. And a Commandment like it, to love your brother as yourself." [Mark 12:29-30]

After 300 years, the Roman Universal Church started a Mass (gathering) to celebrate a Liturgy of ‘The Word’ and ‘The Eucharist’. Basically, the consecration of bread and wine to become — Blood and Body of Christ. So Roman Universal Church celebrated eating the flesh and drinking the blood of their “god”?

And that was the first Crist-Mass (Christmas)?

Jesus Christ warned those who call him, ’Lord’ shall not enter the Kingdom, just those who do God’s Will, and — Many will say to me on that day,‘Lord! Lord, Didn’t we prophesy in your name? Cast out demons in your name? And did many wonders in your name? [23] And then I will declare to them, ‘I never knew you; depart from me, you who practice lawlessness”. [Matthew 7:21-23]

Now I leave to you to decide — Will you worship the same God Jesus Christ (Masih Esa) prayed to and told his followers to pray to, or pray to a man, born of a woman?

Do I risk my eternal fate on calling Jesus, ‘Lord’ and claiming things about him, that only God can do? Or stay far away from it?

Because I do love you, I share this — Do you?

(please share with someone you love)

By the way - {Do you know what “Universal” means? — Catholic}

Shalom, Salam {Peace}