WWJD.  What would Jesus do?

Before we can ask that question, we have to know WHO He was, WHAT He believed , and WHY He did what He did for us.

WHO:  There is very little doubt that He existed, but people do wonder about His divine nature.  The gospel of Jesus means, literally “good news” and in Matthew 16 the disciples put this question to the test..

When they came to the area of Caesarea Philippi, he asked his followers, “Who do people say the Son of Man is?”  They answered, “Some say you are John the Baptist. Others say you are Elijah, and still others say you are Jeremiah or one of the prophets.”  Then Jesus asked them, “And who do you say I am?”  Simon Peter answered, “You are the Christ, the Son of the living God.” Jesus answered, “You are blessed, Simon son of Jonah, because no person taught you that.  My Father in heaven showed you who I am.”

If you were in love, you would want to know everything you could about your future spouse.  AND if there were a book, pieced together with all the details about her life, her character and her mind, wouldn’t you want to get your hands on that book?

Well, as christians, we should be trying to grab every little detail about the life of Jesus.  We should open our book (Bible) and learn about His life, His character and His mind.  This is the only way to truly understand how a loving God could give us such a loving Son. Who is Jesus? This could be the most important question that we ever answer!

Another way to understand His life is by going where He went.  The March 2011 Israel Trip is going to be a trip of a lifetime.  We will gain insight about His ministry and His miracles!  Let’s go and learn together.  Visit www.medskeens.com to get all the juicy details.  I hope to see you on that plane!!!!

Tomorrow we will learn about WHAT He believed…………please come back!

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