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9One day Jesus also came to John from Nazareth in Galilee and received baptism from him by immersion in the Jordan. 10At the instant that he stepped from the water he saw the heavens open and the Spirit of God descending upon him in the form of a dove, 11and heard a voice from above calling, "You are my beloved son, with you I was well pleased."
12The Spirit of God immediately aroused in him the irresistible desire to go into the wilderness. 13There he remained for forty days and during this time was exposed to the temptations of Satan. He was surrounded by wild beasts; but God's angels also came, and they befriended him.
1In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God; and the Word was a god. 2This was with God in the beginning. 3Everything came into being through the Word, and without it nothing created sprang into existence. 4In it is life, and that life was the light of mankind. 5The light shines in the realm of darkness, but the darkness would have none of it.
1 Corinthians 15:1-8
1Once more, brothers, I shall refer to the gospel which I have preached to you. You have accepted it, you are convinced of its truth, 2and you will be save by it, if you hold fast to the doctrine that I have proclaimed to you. If you do not, your conversion to the faith has been to no purpose. 3One of the first doctrines that I preached to you, and the first one that I myself received, was that Christ died for our sins of apostasy, as it had been foretold of him in the Scriptures. 4He was buried, and on the third day he was raised, as the Scriptures likewise foretold, 5and he appeared to Peter and then to the eleven. 6After that he was seen by more than five hundred of the faithful at one time; most of them are alive to this day, although some have died. 7Afterwards he was seen by James, and then by all the apostles. 8Last of all he appeared to me also- I being born out of due time, so to speak.