I often wonder, if Jesus spoke directly to me, what would he ask me to do.
Favorite Lines in History
“One of my favorite lines from a TV program,” my daddy says is the answer to the question, “If you could have dinner with anybody in history, who would it be?”
“I’d like to have dinner with the Dalai Lama.”
“More food for me,” the TV personality responded.
We, daddy and I, both laugh at that line. But we both know the person in history we would really like to have dinner with. That person is Jesus. The reason is the same.
“More food for me, us.” Jesus is a never ending source to provide for us.
Favorite Bible Verse
My favorite Bible verse might be from the feeding of the 5,000. But it is not.
One of my favorite Bible verses is Psalm 19:1. “The heavens declare the Glory of God.” When I look at creation I remember that God has made everything from nothing and not so long ago. He can create all that I need also. What I think about God is what I think about Jesus. Jesus is all powerful, too.
If Jesus spoke directly to me I would like for him to say, “Come, have be my side and trust me to take care of you.”
Last Episode Jesus: His Life
In the last episode of Jesus: His Life, Jesus speaks to Peter, “Feed my lambs. Take care of my sheep.”
Jesus knows the needs of his lambs, because he himself became the lamb of God.
The final episode of Jesus: His Life, airing this Sunday, April 14th, is a can’t miss.
Jesus is a can’t miss for anyone who is hungry.
Synopsis of Jesus: His Life:
“Jesus: His Life” explores the story of Jesus Christ through a unique lens: the people in his life who were closest to him. Each of the eight chapters is told from the perspective of different biblical figures, all of whom played a pivotal role in Jesus’ life including Joseph, John the Baptist, Mary Mother of Jesus, Caiaphas, Judas Iscariot, Pontius Pilate, Mary Magdalene and Peter.
Each figure takes a turn guiding viewers through the emotional and epic story of the most famous man in history, through his birth, death and resurrection, all conveyed through a combination of scripted drama and interviews with prominent religious and historical experts. Utilizing some of the world’s most respected Biblical scholars, historians, faith leaders and theologians, the series weaves together the canonical Gospels, historical sources and cultural context to create a complete portrait of Jesus – the man and the Messiah. The series finale airs this Monday, April 15 on The History Channel at 8pm ET/PT.
Jesus: His Life Featurette: