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Why is Easter celebrated and when do we celebrate it?

Easter is celebrated for the recognition to the Christian observance of the crucifixion of Jesus Christ for each and every resurrection days afterwards.
Easter isn't just for the Spring break or the festivals they have with dyeing and hiding eggs or wearing outfits for the easter bunny. It is the celebration
of the Christian church. Easter is always on a Sunday. It can fall between March 22 and April 25. Easter Sunday is celebrated after the Passover. However, the Orthodox church celebrates Easter Sunday a month later. Easter Sunday is basically celebrating Jesus' resurrection. Easter is one of the oldest and most known days that has ever existed.


Why do people take Communion?

Communion is a brief feast of remembrance.. Many people take communion to remember Christ and the love he gave to everybody when he showed every human being while suffering to die on the cross. Celebrating the Holy Communion just lets us remember the pain Jesus Christ went through and his enormous love for us. While at the communion we learn about communication and where we should testify. However if you in particular have a relationship with Christ yourself with just communication you will let yourself be his and you will let yourself belong to him. The way the Holy Communion was discovered was a night before he sacrafice on the cross. He broke the bread, and let every child know that he is doing all of this pain he is taking in was to show his love for us. He made his children drink wine so that could be a remembrance of his blood that he new he was going to shed on the cross by all of the nails and thorns in his body. Even by all of the whipping and the spears the Roman soldiers put in his body.


What is Faith in Christ?

When you ask people if you have faith in Christ especially many teenagers majority will just say a all around yes, while others will actually sit there and thinkto themselves what faith really means? Faith in my opinion all depends wether your heart believes do you really have faith and believe in Christ to be a true Christian, Catholic, or any other religion. Faith is a very strong word that can go long ways. If you have faith you cannot question Christ. the only way one can show faith in Christ would be in action. You can trust Christ and believe, but faith itself is impossible unless you know true essential knowings and facts about him. The only way anyone can have faith in Jesus Christ right now is by just knowing he is here and guiding everyone and helping everyone and forgiving those who have sinned.


What was Jesus' first miracle?

Jesus was the first miracle by saving the wedding party from any type of humilation and disgrace, and with all of his powers and touches changed the water into wine. Jesus made his first miracle with a bunch of people so that it would be a memorable event. He also wanted us to realize that he cares for our everyday needs. He tryed to explain by the little things he does or has done that he still cares for us and what is wanted in our lives. He wants us to know that he will always be there for us even the very little things. Every little prayer means a lot to God. The love to us from God even though we can't see it we all know it's there and that itself is a miracle that he is such a great guy like that. With his first miracle he showed everyone he let people know that everyone should have faith in towards him.


What are the Ten Commandments?



The Ten Commandments are found in Exodus 20:1-17. These are the commandments given by God to Moses on Mount Sinai. The first three address your relationship with God, the remaining seven deal with your relationship with others. They are:

I. Thou shall have no other gods but me

II. Thou shall not make unto thee any graven image.

III. Thou shall not take the name of your Lord in vain

IV. Remember the Sabbath and keep it holy

V. Honor thy father and thy mother

VI. Thou shall not murder

VII. Thou shall not commit adultery

VIII. Thou shall not steal

IX. Thou shall not bear false witness against thy neighbor

X. Thou shall not covet your neighbor's goods. You shall not covet your neighbor's house. You shall not covet your neighbor's wife, nor his manservant, nor his maidservant, nor his donkey, nor his bull, nor anything that is your neighbors'.



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