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Yes, Servant of Christ, Jesus is Both Son Of God And God Himself

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Submitted by AnneM (United States), Aug 11, 2007 at 18:35

The Bible, both the New And Old Testaments not only in prophecy but in the reality of Jesus being not only the Son of God but God himself. He allowed himself to suffer and to died so that people can find fogiveness and peace. But also Jesus on the third day rose from the dead so that the hope for eternal life can be a reality. This is why the good news of the Gospel goes out every day to the whole world.

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