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Jesus Fun Facts

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Bethlehem, which means "House of Bread," was also the birthplace of Israel's second and arguably greatest king, David.
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Although the writers of the four Christian Gospels don't tell us what Jesus was up to between the ages of 12-30, he probably followed in his adoptive father Joseph's footsteps as a carpenter.
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St. John reports that Jesus and his disciples attended a wedding in the town of Cana. After the wine ran out unexpectedly, Jesus turned several large water jars into wine!
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Jesus was born to Mary, whose cousin Elizabeth gave birth to John less than a year earlier. John's father, Zechariah, prophesied that John would prepare the way for Jesus' ministry.
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Jesus' disciples included fishermen like Peter, James, and John and tax collectors like Matthew (initially named Levi).
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Jesus delivered one of his earliest sermons, which taught his followers to love their enemies, on a hill near the Sea of Galilee.
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One of the kings of Israel, Jehu, had been honored with palm branches hundreds of years earlier. In addition, Greeks and Romans viewed palm branches as symbols of great victory.
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The religious leaders in Jerusalem convinced the Roman governor, Pontius Pilate, that Jesus was trying to make himself king instead of Caesar and was telling people not to pay taxes.
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One of Jesus' sayings from the cross, "It is finished," is rendered in Greek as "Tetelestai," in which merchants would stamp receipts once a bill was paid in full.
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Mary Magdalene and other women went to Jesus' tomb in the morning, only to discover that the stone had been rolled away and men appearing like angels said he had been raised from the dead.

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