The word Jesus is Latin for of the Greek word Lesous. Lesous is the translation of the Hebrew word Joshua or Jeshua which means that, “Jehovah is salvation.” Following the resurrection the title was formed into a proper name and the expression Christ Jesus or Jesus Christ was considered as one designation or word.
Birth of Jesus Christ
Jesus Christ was born around 4-8 B.C to the Virgin Mary in Bethlehem. They had come to Bethlehem from Nazareth on account of a census order by the roman emperor Caesar Augustus. On their arrival they had not been able to find any sort of lodging and hence Jesus was born in a manger. A manger is a place where animals are kept and this joint served as the humble birth-place for Jesus Christ. The heavenly angel had informed Mary of this gift:"The Holy Spirit will come upon you, and the power of the Most High will overshadow you. So the holy one to be born will be called the Son of God. - Luke 1:27-35 (NIV).
Family and Upbringing
Jesus Christ was taken to Nazareth where he was brought up by Joseph and the Virgin Mary. He also came to be known as Jesus of Nazareth. Jesus Christ had four brothers out of which he was the first born child (Mark 6:3). The only account recorded for the first thirty years of Jesus Christ's life is his journey to Jerusalem accompanied by Mary and Joseph at the time, when he was twelve years old (Luke 2:41-52). It is said that he took the responsibility of the house breadwinner's in his early days.
Jesus Christ had an eventful life-time. The major crises in the life and times of Jesus Christ were his ultimate betrayal by a member of his selected apostle, his arrest ...