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Baptism of Jesus Verses 9-11
It came to pass at that time Jesus came from Nazareth in Galilee, a beautiful village with a bad name, and was baptised by John in Jordan. And immediately as Jesus came up out of the water, John saw the Heavens rent asunder, and the Spirit like a dove descending upon Jesus. There came also a voice from Heaven, saying, You are My beloved Son in Whom I am well pleased (this was the first of three occasions in Jesus' life when the voice of God was heard. Mark 9:7. John 12:28)
Temptation in the Wilderness Verses 12-13
Immediately the Spirit constrained Him to go into the wilderness. He was there for forty days tempted by Satan. Wild beasts were also round Him, but angels took care of him.
Witness of John the Apostle and of John the Baptist Verses 1-34
In the unbeginning beginning was the Divine Being called "The Logos" or "The Word." He was the expression and expressor of the thoughts of the triune God. He was with God. He was God. He ever was God. He was in and with God from the unbeginning beginning.
Everything was originally made by Him — He spoke and immediately forces and things existed. Apart from Him nothing was created.
Life — self-movement and conscious intelligence — was in Him, and this life gave movement and intelligence to the race of man.
And the life-giving light of "The Word" was always shining, even in darkness, but the darkness of man resisted the light of God, but was not able to overpower it.
1 Corinthians 15:1-8
The Gospel of the Resurrection. Verses 1-58
Moreover, brethren, I again declare to you the glad tidings which I have preached to you, which you also accepted, and which you still accept, by which Gospel you are eternally save, provided you really keep in memory what I preached to you and are obedient thereto. Otherwise your past belief has all been a mockery.
I delivered unto you first of all, that which was revealed to me, that Christ died for our sins according to the Old Testament Scriptures (Is. 53) and that He was buried and rose again the third day, just as the Old Testament Scriptures said he would rise. And that after His resurrection He was seen of Cephas (Peter) and also by the twelve Apostles; then He was also seen by over 500 disciples at once, of whom the greater number are still alive to-day — some, however, have fallen asleep. After that He was seen of James, the Lord's brother,and then by all the Apostles again. And last of all He was seen by me also, as an Apostle not born at the right time.