HALLELUJAH – He is Not Here. He has Risen! (Luke 24:6)

After finishing the first novel in the Sunday School Education Series, GENESIS, it was difficult to not go and begin the third book in the series, HALLELUJA – He is not here; He has risen. So off we go, to the New Testament where this much spoke about man began his preaching of the Word of God. Obviously, Jesus Christ is the most well-known name in the world! No matter who you talk to, everyone has heard about him and his many miracles and his deeds. Since little was written about Jesus in his first thirty years, this novel will begin when he was first baptized by John the Baptist, a cousin of Jesus. This exciting story begins when Jesus of Nazareth turned thirty years of age. We do know, however, that before this Jesus was born in Bethlehem. His mother Mary is believed to have had Jesus through immaculate conception. The life story told in this novel begins, primarily, with the baptism of Jesus by John the Baptist. It was at this time John announced that Jesus was, in fact, the Son of God. Secondly, Jesus finds his first three followers, better known as his disciples. There were finally twelve disciples who accompanied Jesus until the end of his life on the earth. The ministry of Jesus is characterized by many extraordinary and miraculous actions. At his Sermon on the Mount, he delivered the Beatitudes, which were spiritual teachings of compassion, humility, and love. He fed the hungry. He healed the sick. The more miracles he performed, the more people followed him and listened to his teaching attentively. The life of the Lord is paramount to all Christians in every walk of life. Every Christian should know about the life of Jesus Christ and the ministry of his spiritual leadership. He did spend his entire life on earth. Read the stories of Jesus being born of a virgin. Changing water into wine. Healing of the Capernaum Demoniac. Catching a large number of fish. Healing a leper. Curing a paralyzed man. Raising of Lazarus. Healing a man with a withered hand. Raising a widow’s son. Jesus curses a fruitless fig tree. Calming the storm. Walking on water. Restores a severed ear fallen from a soldier. And on and on and on…

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