Christmas is in the air, and it’s that time of year when we remember Jesus. Though many people can’t stand Christmas music, there are some who enjoy this season because of its religious significance. For those who were not raised Christian, though, they might be unfamiliar with the lyrics to can’t nobody do me like Jesus by Toby Mac. In this blog post, you will hear 11 things that Jesus has done for us!
Jesus died for our sins. He suffered the most painful of deaths so that we can be saved from sin and live in peace with Him forever.
Jesus rose again three days after death to show us that there is a life after this one, and if you believe in him he will give eternal life!
All who are born into this world did not ask God to be created but he still loved them enough to send His only Son as a sacrifice for their lives!
Jesus loves all people unconditionally no matter what they’ve done or how sinful they have been because that’s true love right there. To those reading this blog post, I want you to know your worth despite what society may say about you; don’t let anyone’s opinion deny you of your value. You are loved by Jesus and he will never stop loving you no matter what the world throws at you because that is true love right there,
Jesus was cradled in a manger to show us how humble his birth should be. He also spent time with 12 disciples who followed him everywhere so they can spread his message – even though it meant death for some of them!
People thought Jesus was crazy for forgiving people but when we saw what happened next, we knew that forgiveness does lead to eternal life! Some were healed from their diseases while others just found peace within themselves after being free from sinfulness like greed or anger. And then there are those who had demons cast
out of them!
Jesus is also the reason we can spend so much time with our loved ones in heaven. He has done plenty for us and it’s about time that WE do something to show him how thankful we are – like giving back to others through acts of service, sharing his word (which he showed us by being a great example), or just praying more often.
In addition, Jesus gave up himself to be crucified on a cross because he knew what was going to happen if one human dies for another then all sins will be forgiven and this world would finally have peace. His death led to eternal life for those who believe in him as their savior which means they’re not alone when it comes down to facing whatever
life throws at them.
We can’t forget about the miracles that Jesus performed too – from curing lepers to being able to walk on water, he’s got some great tricks up his sleeve!
And just because Jesus was a man doesn’t mean it is only men who are supposed to follow him and speak for him. Women have been speaking out about their faith in Christ since long before they were allowed into any of the church services so sexism has no place here!!
Finally, there would be no Christmas without Jesus’ birth! So let’s celebrate by giving back even more this year with acts of service or through donating money as well as spending time with loved ones and sharing dinner together!!!!
Tis the Season for Jesus: 11 Things that He has done”
The post can’t nobody do me like Jesus lyrics – include “We can’t forget about the miracles that Jesus performed too – from curing lepers to being able to walk on water, he’s got some great tricks up his sleeve! And just because Jesus was a man doesn’t mean it is only men who are supposed to follow him and speak for him. Women have been speaking out about their faith in Christ since long before they were allowed into any of the church services so sexism has no place here!!” Excerpt:
Let’s celebrate by giving back, even more, this year with acts of service and generosity
Let’s remember to focus on the love of Jesus this time of year, not just our own needs…
And finally, let’s be mindful that Christmas is a religious celebration – it means different things for different people. So whether you celebrate with your family or friends at church or home alone by yourself, enjoy these moments as they’re meant to be enjoyed!”