Like Jews and Muslims, Christians believe in just one God who created the world and all that is in it. Christians follow the teachings of Jesus Christ, a preacher and healer who lived in the Middle East more than years ago. Christians believe that Jesus was the Son of God, sent down to earth to save people by dying on the cross and taking the punishment for their sins. At the age of 30, Jesus travelled all over his country teaching others about God, encouraging people to love and respect each other. He became known for healing sick people and performing miracles; perhaps the most famous was when he was said to have fed five thousand people with just five loaves and two fish! Jesus always attracted large crowds of people whenever he came to talk and he told many stories to teach people about God, but the religious leaders of the time did not like what he had to say.
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In his attempt to understand the third person of the Trinity he related Him to the closest thing he could think of: a translucent, flying, and friendly apparition. When it comes to the Holy Spirit, many adults may find themselves grappling to understand who he is as well. He is sometimes the forgotten or easily dismissable member of the Godhead, but this should not be the case. His role in the life of a believer is vital and necessary. This was evident the night before Jesus was crucified. He was going away? They had walked closely with the Son of Man, seen Him perform countless miracles, heard him teach like no other Rabbi and yet, now He spoke of leaving.