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Who was he?

Adolf Hitler

on 29 April 2010

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By Melissa Mcmillin, Alyssa Mae, and Michael Lajeunesse An Interview with Jesus Q: Hello Jesus, How are you on this fine day?
A: I’m good. It’s good to be able to have a chance at spreading my word to the Roman people.
Q: I see. So is it true that you fed 5000 people?
A: Well, yes. I would rather say that God fed those people, and I was the one he did it through
Q: Ah, That is very interesting. What is some advice you would give to people who don’t believe in your faith?
A: Well, my best advice is to help those around you, regardless of status, race, money, and other things. Treat him as you would want them to treat you.
Q: Alright. That sounds like some very good advice. So when you were tempted by the devil, how hard was it?
A: How hard was what?
Q: The urge to fall for what he wanted you to do.
A: Oh. Well, it was very hard. I was cold, tired and hungry, and I wished God would help me, but I knew that it was the right thing to do.
Q: I would have to agree. So the last thing that I would like to talk about is when you were nailed to the cross, and had to suffer to your death.
A: What do you want to talk about in particular?
Q: Well, did you ever want to make the people who sinned against you that day feel your pain?
A: No. In fact, I asked the Lord to forgive them
Q: Oh. So,
First Hand Accounts of Miracles Jesus cures a leper
On the way to Jerusalem Jesus was going through a region between Samaria and Galilee. As he entered a village, ten lepers approached him. Staying a ways away, they yelled "Jesus, Master, have mercy on us!" When he saw them he said to them, "Go and show yourselves to the priests." And as they went, they were made clean. Then one of them, when he saw that he was healed, turned back and praised God with a loud voice. He laid down at Jesus' feet and thanked him. And he didn’t even believe the same thing the Jewish people did. Then Jesus asked, "Were ten not made clean? The others, where are they? ?" Then he said to him, "Get up and go on your way; your faith has made you well.”
His teachings Jesus taught a lot of different things, but his primary lessons involved loving your fellow people, not judging others, and loving God. He has been teaching lessons that even the priests learnt from since the age of 12. He taught his lessons in a way that everyone could understand. He told parables, which are little stories that teach a lesson. The way he taught was probably why he was so successful at getting his lessons across. He gathered many followers. His most popular lessons included that of the Prodigal Son, and the golden rule, among others. The Prodigal son is the story of a young man who took his inheritance and left his family to a distant land, and lived in a way that wasted all of his money. When he came to his senses and went back to his father, he expected to be treated in a really strict manner, but his father greeted him with open arms. This shows that even though he did bad things, his father still loved him. This is the basis of many of Jesus’ teachings. Love. Do not hate.
Opinions of Jesus from his Friends and his Enemies Mary Magedelene Pontius Pilate Peter John Matthew Mary Magdalene was a person who always walked with the Lord. She understood Jesus’ teachings, and was shown as being a close follower of Jesus. We believe that she thought that Jesus was a smart man, and that what he did was the right thing. He made smart decisions, and wanted the best for everyone. Throughout John's writings
Jesus is presented in a way
that you can tell he feels that
Jesus is a very special person.
He most likely agreed with
what Jesus had to say, and felt
that it was important for others
to understand as well. Pontious Pilot was the judge and he authorized Jesus' crucifiction. We believe that he probably felt that what Jesus did and what he taught was wrong. He probably didn't like Jesus because he probably wanted to be more like him, but just did what majority of people wanted him to do, instead of doing the right thing.
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