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Jesus: Crucifixion, Resurrection and Return

I love to read the gospels, which tell the amazing stories of Jesus.  When I think
about him blowing people's minds by his unbiased love, power and healing, it is
then I know inside of me that he is real.  The stories are real.  The miracles are
real.  How do I know this?  I just know deep down because the truth gently rings
within me like a long-lost friend to my spirit.  Still I have many questions.  
Likewise, many around him in that day, also had questions.  Jesus never
seemed to give the answers to them, but rather asked questions of them.  Why
did he do this?  I believe he merely asked the questions that would cause us to
question our own beliefs and their origins.  He causes us to seriously consider
our current beliefs and ask, "Are they truth or has my own mind become the
prison which keeps me from freedom?"  My approach to Jesus is not an
attempt to discredit him or his ministry in any way.  Rather, I believe we are the
ones who have totally misunderstood his life and message.  What was he
saying?  What is the truth that ultimately brought him to crucifixion, then
resurrection, shaking the entire known world of that day and affecting us still

Question One: Some teach Jesus and his kingdom to be coming again to this
world.  If true, why then did Jesus teach, "The kingdom of God is within you...not
outside of you...not visible with the physical eyes...and at hand;" and how come
we do not hear that very same message preached, today?  (Luke 17:20-21;
Mark 1:15)

Question Two: If Jesus is the only son of God, why did Paul and John both
state that, "we are the sons of God?" (Romans 8:14,19; Galatians 3:26; I John

Question Three: Jesus was crucified because he claimed to be the son of
God and Christ.  The scriptures state that we are the sons of God and Christ is
in us.  Who then killed the idea of us being one with God, God or man?
(Colossians 1:27)

Question Four: Some teach Jesus to be coming back literally in the clouds of
the sky.  Why then would Jude and the writer of Hebrews refer to clouds as
being people, and could we have missed Jesus' appearing? (Jude 1:12;
Hebrews 12:1)

Question Five: If we understand resurrection correctly, why didn't Jesus' own
disciples immediately recognize him after his resurrection?. (Luke 24:13-31)

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