My Gospel Paper Intro. Christianity

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This semester I have learned that not everyone sees Jesus in the same way as I do. Some seen him as just a regular person like you and I. Others saw him as not even a human at all. I learned that Jesus was always going to be there for you and I regardless of the situation it is that you are in. Jesus will have your back and forgive you when you have done wrong, as long as you ask him for forgiveness. I learned more about Jesus and the gospel in this one semester than I knew my whole life. I went to church but I never really knew about Jesus like everyone else did. But what I did know about Jesus was that he was the son of God and the one sent to us by God. What I did not know is that Jesus Christ means anointed one. I also did not know much about Jesus, I just knew of him and believed in him because my family did. In my opinion Jesus is someone who will not give up on you. He is someone who will always believe in you, even when you do not believe in yourself. I also believe that...

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