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Did Jesus say we should love one another?
  Joseph of Arimathaea has sow his love for Jesus.



By: thomas akanvese
Category: The Burial of Jesus
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Why did the Pharisees call Jesus a deceiver?
They thought that Jesus had convinced, or deceived, many people into believing that He was the Son of God and the Messiah.



By: Michael Stipa
Category: The Burial of Jesus
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What do you think might have led Joseph of Arimathaea to be a disciple of Jesus?
Joseph was truly a believer of Christ. He followed Jesus, learned from Him, and followed Him. I do not know what led him to be a disciple.



By: Michael Stipa
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Matthew`s Biography of Jesus - The Burial of Jesus
This part of Jesus` life is new to me. I did not know that Joseph had gone out of his way to bild the tomb. The two Maries who pined by the front of the tomb will always be remembered. Mary Madgelene ''I did not know Mary`s last name'' should be praised and celebrated!!!!! Amen!!!



By: Norman Diotte
Category: The Burial of Jesus
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Why did the Pharisees call Jesus a deceiver?
Hello dear friends, The Pharisees called Jesus a deciever b`se they never expected him to resuracte yet he had promised them that he will resuracte on the third day.So before this had hapenned they thought Jesus was aliar to them .



By: Aorone Wright
Category: The Burial of Jesus
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What do you think might have led Joseph of Arimathaea to be a disciple of Jesus?
Hi everyone, I think it was the grace of God that came upon Joseph and believed Jesus.And also the miracles he had seen Jesus doing made him believe and then a disciple of Jesus.



By: Aorone Wright
Category: The Burial of Jesus
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What do you think might have led Joseph of Arimathaea to be a disciple of Jesus?
Joseph of Arimathea, had the grace to believe all that Jesus proclaimed, hence he became Jusus desciple.



By: Benjamin Ugbe
Category: The Burial of Jesus
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What do you think might have led Joseph of Arimathaea to be a disciple of Jesus?
The miracles and supernatural events that occurred. No one ever died like Jesus, a sinless Son of God was crucified in a sinner`s place. Many became believers because Jesus` death was no ordinary crucifixion and no ordinary death. When Joseph asked Pilate for Jesus` body, he was not afraid to make it known that he was a follower of Jesus.



By: Dee
Category: The Burial of Jesus
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What do you think might have led Joseph of Arimathaea to be a disciple of Jesus?
he believe on all works of Jesus ;read matthew 7:20 !!! shalom !!



By: shydear
Category: The Burial of Jesus
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What do you think might have led Joseph of Arimathaea to be a disciple of Jesus?
because following Jesuse is not only the matter of physical fellowship , but it is greter than that . the mater of heart following by full heart. that is why he called Jesus disiple



By: Daniel Eye
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The Burial of Jesus

When evening had come, a rich man from Arimathaea, named Joseph, who himself was also Jesus' disciple came. This man went to Pilate, and asked for Jesus' body. Then Pilate commanded the body to be given up. Joseph took the body, and wrapped it in a clean linen cloth, and laid it in his own new tomb, which he had hewn out in the rock, and he rolled a great stone to the door of the tomb, and departed. Mary Magdalene was there, and the other Mary, sitting opposite the tomb.

Matthew 27:57-61
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