- 1 Why it is important for the Christians to commemorate and reflect on Jesus Christ’s life death and resurrection?
- 2 When did the massacre of the innocents occur?
- 3 How does God respond to human suffering?
- 4 What does the resurrection of Jesus teach us?
- 5 What is Jesus resurrection power?
- 6 Which king killed all the babies?
- 7 Why did Herod kill Jesus?
- 8 What is the massacre of the innocence?
- 9 What country suffered the massacre of the innocents?
- 10 What is the meaning of the massacre of innocents?
- 11 Does God want us to be happy?
- 12 What is God’s purpose for suffering?
- 13 Why does God put me through so much pain?
Why it is important for the Christians to commemorate and reflect on Jesus Christ’s life death and resurrection?
All the people need to commemorate and reflect on Jesus Christ’s life, death, and resurrection because it shows our gratitude to Jehovah God’s love for us as well as remembering Jesus’ sacrifice. Attending the memorial, allows us to praise God and Christ in song and prayer.
When did the massacre of the innocents occur?
What was the “massacre of the innocents?” Why did this event bear this name? All the young soldiers that died in the first year of war, these young soldiers were dying way to young 6. The war was shown as glamorous and showed that the war was the Germans fault 8.
How does God respond to human suffering?
They refuse to change their ways, so God raises up the nations of Assyria and Babylon to take His people into exile. But eventually, God brings vengeance for His people’s suffering. God pronounces judgment upon these nations for their sins – including for the suffering inflicted on His people.
What does the resurrection of Jesus teach us?
The resurrection demonstrates that Jesus’ “blood of the new covenant” saves His people from their sins. If Jesus did not rise from the dead after promising many times that He would do so (Matthew 12:40; 16:21; 17:9, 23, 20:19; 26:32), He should be pitied or scorned, not believed and obeyed (cf. 1 Corinthians 15:16-19).
What is Jesus resurrection power?
Jesus’ resurrection enables Him to make intercession for us; He is able to be our advocate before God. 1 John 2:1–2 tells us, “My little children, I am writing these things to you so that you may not sin.
Which king killed all the babies?
King Herod. Herod ruled Judea from 37 BC. The Bible says he initiated a murder of all the infants in Bethlehem in an attempt to get rid of the baby Jesus.
Why did Herod kill Jesus?
Herod had planned to make the Magi tell him of the whereabouts of the Christ child. When he heard of the Magi’s change in course, he grew angry and tried to kill the infant messiah by killing all the young children in the area, an event known as the Massacre of the Innocents.
What is the massacre of the innocence?
What is the “Massacre of the Innocence”? The Massacre of Innocence was when the younger boys that were inexperienced and did not have much training would fight and died very quickly.
What country suffered the massacre of the innocents?
Out of this public relations dilemma, apparently, grew one of the enduring legends of the Great War: the massacre of the singing innocents at Ypres. The “innocents” were the student volunteers in the German reserve corps, who were slaughtered in droves but who went to their deaths singing.
What is the meaning of the massacre of innocents?
noun. the slaughter of all the young male children of Bethlehem at Herod’s command in an attempt to destroy Jesus (Matthew 2:16–18)
Does God want us to be happy?
The biblical word “makarios” means “supremely blessed” or “more than happy”. This is God’s goal for us, even when things aren’t going the way you want them to go. God’s desire is to make us holy, not just temporarily happy. True happiness is a “blessed” life, and it only comes when we seek God first, above all else.
What is God’s purpose for suffering?
Let’s be very clear: there is no divine purpose in suffering whatsoever. The idea of a God who sees some use in people being in physical pain, or traumatised emotionally, or having their lives wrecked by natural diasters or fellow human beings is warped theology. Self-inflicted suffering is even worse.
Why does God put me through so much pain?
Some people believe that because of the way they have lived, God is putting them through so much pain as a form of punishment. Other people believe that God is allowing pain in order to mature them, teach them, or prepare them for a higher calling.