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He was sent from heaven to earth in the form of a man.
His heavenly father was spirit.
His earthly father was a carpenter.
Placed in a manger, he was visited by wise men who were guided by a star.
An angel gave warning that the local ruler planned to kill him.
So his parents fled with the child.
As as adult he withdrew into the wilderness where he fasted.
He performed miracles.
He healed the sick.
He cast out demons.
He even made a leper whole again.
He raised the dead.
He chose certain disciples to help spread his teachings.
He kept company with sinners (he encountered a gentile woman at a well, for example) yet he lived a sinless life.
He celebrated a last supper before his death.
He forgave his enemies.
He descended into hell...and he rose again.
Who is this man?
Long before Jesus Christ, there was Krishna.
Before Jesus was the second person of the holy trinity, Krishna was the second person of the Hindu trinity.
Before Jesus was known as "the lion of the tribe of Judah," Krishna was known as "the lion of the tribe of Saki."
Before Jesus was identified as : " the seed of the woman bruising the serpent's head," Krishna was identified as " the seed of the woamn bruising the serpent's head."
Before Jesus said, "I am the Resurrection," Krishna said " I am the Resurrection."
Centuries before Jesus came to earth...
- Krishna was sent from heaven to earth.
- Krishna came in the form of a man.
- Krishna's heavenly father was spirit.
- Krishna's earthly spirit was a carpenter.
- Krishna was placed in a manger.
- Krishna was visited by star-gazing wise men.
- Krishna's parents fled.
- Krishna withdrew into the wilderness.
- Krishna fasted.
- Krishna performed miracles.
- Krishna healed the sick.
- Krishna cast out demons.
- Krishna made a leper well again.
- Krishna raised the dead.
- Krishna chose disciples.
- Krishna kept company with sinners.
- Krishna encountered a woman at a well.
- Krishna lived a sinless life.
- Krishna held a last supper.
- Krishna forgave his enemies.
- Krishna descended into hell.
- And Krishna rose again.
Isn't it funny? How history repeats itself?
"For one who sees Me everywhere and sees everything in Me, I am never lost, nor is he ever lost to Me" (Bhagavad-gita 6.30).