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But on the third day, the guards had fled, the tomb was open, and the only remaining evidence were the burial clothes inside the tomb, laying there empty. Starting that day, the disciples said they saw Jesus physically alive multiple times. So had hundreds of others.

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The ascension of Jesus (anglicized from the Vulgate Latin Acts 1:9-11 section title: Ascensio Iesu) is the departure of Christ from Earth into the presence of God. The biblical narrative in Chapter 1 of the Acts of the Apostles takes place 40 days after the resurrection: Jesus is taken up from the disciples in their sight, a cloud hides him from view, and two men in white appear to tell them ...

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The disciples were familiar with the apparition of a spirit, like Samuel's, and with the resuscitation of a body, like Lazarus', but what they had not experienced or imagined was the fact of a spiritual body, the combination of body and spirit in an entirely novel way.

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Remember, Jesus Christ was teaching his disciples and the crowd that followed him this command and they were all Israelites. The Israelites were under Roman rule at that time and were also in bondage. They paid high taxes, most were poor and only the few aristocrats and nobles lived a pleasant life.

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So I heard Jesus isn't real? So me and some friends were sitting around his apt the other day, and while on stumbleupon.com my friend found a video that says that Jesus's story is nearly identical to several other Gods and Prophets that were told long before he was born. Horus the Egyption sun god was one of the...

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There's a fair amount to see in Capernaum, and it is one of the primary Christian pilgrimage sites in the area. It's also the town where Christ gained his first disciples, and is the hometown of Peter.

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But like the woman at the well in Chapter 4, the witness is confirmed by hearing the words of Jesus directly. The Samaritans were influenced by the woman at the well, but were not fully satisfied until they heard Jesus spoke. The first two disciples had heard John and went to Jesus’ house.

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Why their angst against this? The Pharisees were very concerned because by the crowd singing that Psalm under those circumstances, they were actually declaring Jesus to be the Messiah. The Pharisees naturally assumed that this Rabbi didn't want His disciples blaspheming by calling Him the Messiah!

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It prepares us to learn the lessons Jesus taught the disciples using a donkey. He used an donkey to show them the heart of the divine. My Palm Sunday sermon is that message: " Choose a Donkey Over a Horse." The donkey teaches disciples, then and now, how much bravery it takes to follow the suffering servant.

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The first rebbe Shneur Zalman of Liadi settled there at the invitation of Prince Stanisław Lubomirski, voivode of the town, after his second imprisonment in 1800. He left the town in 1812, fleeing the French Invasion under Napoleon. After the German occupation of Belarus in the Second World War, the town's Jews were gathered into a ghetto.