Jesus Christ Birth: Summary and Facts
On December 25th, people all around the world celebrate Christmas. On this day, Jesus Christ was born. That is why, on Jesus Christ's birthday, people celebrate Christmas. This special day is commemorated by people sharing gifts and sweets. Prayers are also said in churches and households. People of many faiths participate in this festival. In India, too, Christmas is celebrated. It starts a week in advance of the event. Throughout churches and residences, Christmas trees and lights are set up.
In the years 4-6 BC, the Lord Jesus Christ was born. He was born in Bethlehem, Palestine. Both his parents had moved to Bethlehem from Nazareth. It was here that the Lord Jesus was born. Mary was his mother's name, and Joseph was his father's. Yusuf worked as a carpenter. After receiving a message from the Supreme Lord, Joseph is reported to have married Mary. His father passed away two years before the Lord Jesus' birth. His mother Mary educated him.
Yet, there is little evidence available regarding the Lord Jesus' life between the ages of 13 and 30. Following that, at the age of 30, John introduced the Lord Jesus. Following it, he began to build religion. Although religious commentators who preach superstition were vehemently opposed to him, he was unfazed. The religious leaders then protested to King Pontians. Pilate, the Roman ruler, believed that if he did not put an end to the Lord Jesus, the Jews would revolt. The Lord Jesus was sentenced to death at the end of this.
Friday was the day of Jesus' death. The Lord Jesus was buried in the tomb after His death by crucifixion, but He resurrected three days later, on Sunday. Easter Sunday is a day when people celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead. The followers of the Lord Jesus brought the Lord Jesus' teachings to the public after the Jews witnessed this miracle with their own eyes. The new religion, Christianity, was founded during that time. After his resurrection from the dead, the Lord Jesus went straight to heaven after 40 days.
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