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Life Of Jesus Exposed

What happened in the life of Jesus between ages 2 and 12? What are the Biblical facts on the childhood of Jesus?

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 ---Sandra on 4/19/07
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The bible doesn't give any information between these ages of Christ. If anyone knew this, it would be speculation.
---Rebecca_D on 11/11/07

I believe Jesus is the Lord, the Savior and the Creator, among many other well deserved Titles. His life as recorded in the Bible is all that we really know of Him accurately. We should allow the Lord to share of His childhood with us, when we get to Heaven.
---Tina on 5/7/07

Most people do not know God, and I wander how many true Christian bought with the blood of Christ, really knows their God. It is a crying shame.I will give you a little clue about the true God and bite the dust. He is not a God that cares much about your comforts. There is nothing about God that is comfortable.
---catherine on 5/7/07

Jesus grew strong in spirit, he was filled with wisdom, and the grace of God was on him, and he increased in favor with God and man: Matthew 2:23; Luke 2:40-52. The years before his ministry, Jesus was a shepherd and a carpenter: Isaiah 40:11 and Hebrews 13:20; Matt 13:55; Mark 6:3.
---Eloy on 4/25/07

mark, are you suggesting that the WOrd of God presents worthless information? It must have seemed important enough to God to have the prophet Isaiah write down. Who are you to say that anything in the word of God is worthless information?
---Ryan_Z on 4/25/07

Even think Jesus even sinned is evil. He was God in the flesh. WHY GOD want to sin.John 1:1 In the BEGINNING was THE WORD, and THE WORD was wWITH GOD, and THE WORD WAS GOD.

John 1:14 And THE WORD WAS MADE FLESH., and DWELT AMONG US, (and we beheld his glory, the glory as of the ONLY BEGOTTEN OF THE FATHER,) full of GRACE AND TRUTH.
---doug7835 on 4/25/07

Genesis 2:17 (King James Version) But of the tree of the knowledge of GOOD and EVIL, thou shalt NOT EAT of it: for in the DAY that thou EATEST thereof thou shalt SURELY DIE. HE COMMANDED ADAM DO NOT EAT OF THE TREE OF KNOWLEDGE OF GOOD AND EVIL, in the day that you eat of it you will surely DIE.
---doug7835 on 4/25/07

How do you instigate an argument about what happened during the ages of 2-12 of jesus....Who cares if he ate curds and had honey...this is basically worthless information...dont be foolish
---mark on 4/25/07

His childhood is not important, but you can rest assured that he was just like any other child growing up in the world according to Jewish parenting. Luke 2:40 And the Child grew and became strong in spirit, filled with wisdom; and the grace of God was upon Him.

Could you say that Jesus disobeyed his parents when his worried parents spend three days looking for him before finding him in the temple? Jesus should have read their hearts. But he didn't do it again. Luke 2:41-52
---Steveng on 4/24/07

Rebecca_D the question was concerning the Christ child between the ages of 2 and 12. In the scripture in Isaiah we read that the child would eat curds and honey and know enough to refuse evil and choose good. The meal of curds and honey denotes the meal of a small child between the ages of 1-3. So yes, my friend, this scripture does example the life of Jesus between the ages of 2-12, as the question asked.
---Ryan_Z on 4/24/07

Rebecca_D you seem to have trouble humbling yourself and admitting when you are in error, this is an issue of pride. If you need prayer that the spirit may remove this position of pride from your heart please do not be embarrased to ask your brothers and sisters here on CN for their prayers.
---Ryan_Z on 4/24/07

Ryan: no it doesn't. That scripture you gave me in Is, does not say what Jesus done between the ages of 12-30. Those verses states the prophecy concerning his birth. As you put it YOUR WRONG AGAIN.
---Rebecca_D on 4/24/07

He spent a rediculous amount of time w/ Jesus...he basically knew the OT by the time was 12...i'm guessing from 12-30, he got to know his fathers voice, and was trained experiencially for ministry
---mark on 4/22/07

Doug; You seem to equate being able to sin with being sinful! Adam had no sin until he disobeyed.Had he not disobeyed he could still be alive and sinless.Jesus chose not to sin therefore continues to be sinless!
---1st_cliff on 4/22/07

Jeasus Christ had no sin.
2 Corinthians 5:19 (King James Version) To wit, that GOD was in CHRIST, reconciling the WORLD unto HIMSELF, not imputing their trespasses unto them; and hath committed unto us the word of reconciliation.
2 Corinthians 5:20 (King James Version) Now then we are ambassadors for Christ, as though God did beseech you by us: we pray you in Christ's stead, be ye reconciled to God.
---doug7835 on 4/22/07

2 Corinthians 5:21 (King James Version) For HE hath MADE HIM to be SIN FOR US, who knew NO SIN; that we might be made the RIGHTEOUSNESS OF GOD in HIM.
1 John 3:5 (King James Version) And ye know that HE was manifested to TAKE AWAY our SINS; and in HIM is NO SIN. IN JESUS CHRIST NO SIN
---doug7835 on 4/22/07

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Rebecca_D, **The bible doesn't give any information between these ages of Christ. If anyone knew this, it would be speculation.**

Wrong again Rebecca_D. Sandra Isaiah 7 is your biblical reference to the Christ child.
---Ryan_Z on 4/21/07

Catherine;Twice you mention that Jesus "could not sin" You forget that Jesus,like everybody else, had "free will" He didn't sin because He chose not to,as proven by the fact that satan tried to tempt Him,knowing that He had free will! By saying He couldn't is limiting His ability! You wouldn't sin either if you weren't able to!
---1st_cliff on 4/21/07

Holiness is far more than the absence of sin, it is positive virtue. To say that Jesus could have sinned is to deny positive Holiness. To deny positive Holiness, is to deny the Holy Character of God. Holiness is positive virtue which has neither room for nor interest in Sin. The Lord Jesus could not Sin because the days of His flesh meant only addition of experience, not variation of Character. >>>So we all know Jesus did not Sin. Now we know He could not Sin.>>>Holy God, Holy Man, Holy Blood. SAVIOR.
---catherine on 4/20/07

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