Jesus Christ is not God.
He’s just a man.
And he’s not the Messiah.
He was, in a way, a prophet.
But he’s also a prophet of God, a man whose name will be forever lost to posterity.
So is that how you say Jesus Christ died?
Read more: Jesus Christ and Rome’s fall from grace article It’s the same thing with the fall of Rome.
We were supposed to believe it was a mistake, that the empire had gone astray, that Rome had been ruined.
But Jesus was the one who got away.
He had the world to himself, the only one to have the guts to come to Rome and say, “I am the Messiah.”
He’s the one that gets away, and he’s the first to say it.
We’ll never know how he survived.
Read More: Why We Are Not Believers in Jesus Christ article In the end, it’s a question of whether we believe in God.
We believe in Him.
That is why we believe.
It’s also why we love Him.
And the truth is, the more we love God, the better we will be.
It’s a pretty simple proposition.
We worship God, we want to be in His presence.
We want to know Him.
We know what is right.
And in fact, we know better than we do the truth of the Bible.
We don’t know the truth.
We just know the way we are.
So we can know that God is good, that He’s kind, that His goodness has made our life worthwhile, that we have His favor.
We don’t have to believe in the lie that the world is full of lies, or that the Pope is the Pope, or the pope is not a real person.
We can see that the whole universe is full and is in good hands.
It can be all that is.
We are the only ones who know what’s going on.