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We offer you quotes from the sayings of Jesus Christ – the One Who has been devoutly worshiped by peoples of the world, and to his glory Christians committed spiritual exploitsand even suffered martyrdom.



“100 and 1 quotes”


Compiled by

S. Ilichev

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(approx. 0 A.D. – 33 A.D.)

Traditionally, telling about a person, we say when he was born, how he lived, what he was, and when he died. And suddenly there is someone, about whose coming into the world in the Jewish town of Nazareth a pious virgin named Mary was told by none other, but the angels of heaven, and subsequently Her immaculate conception comes from God the Father, a fact, that itself causes a lot of questions and disputes to this day. Further life of the man, called Jesus was full of incredible wonders and amazing events, resulting in confusion of devout Jewish people, who for centuries had lived in expectation of the Messiah.

More… not accepting Him, not believing His Divine essence, the same people doom him to a martyr’s death on the cross. And when at the time of his death the heaven opens, rocks are crumbling and the dead are rising from their graves, the Jewish people are wondering in awe:

– Lord, Whom have we condemned to be crucified?

And then happens something absolutely incredible… on the third day of his death, Jesus Christ was resurrected and appeared to His disciples. His resurrection becomes a stated fact that excites the inquisitive minds of all mankind to this day, and which is no longer possible to gloss over.

So who is He?

What has He brought to our world, steeped in adultery and sins?

What has He taught to this day in all languages of the world?

Moreover, his followers – Christians, claim of His soon Second Coming. And despite the fact that Orthodox Judaism to this day acknowledge Him neither as the Messiah nor as the prophet. For them He is just another great person. Islam is ready to acknowledge Him as one of the prophets, but… previous to Mohammed, however, which brought the Holy Scriptures to the world.

We will not argue with anyone and try to prove anything. To understand who He really is, everyone of us has accept Him in his heart first of all. And this modest book can help it, offering you some of His quotes, commandments and parables..


747–749 from the founding of Rome, about 7 or 5 years before the beginning of the currently accepted chronology

Archangel Gabriel announces Mary that she will be the Mother of the Lord (Lk. 2:1–3) – Visitation of Mary to her cousin Elizabeth (Ib. 1:39–55) – The return to Nazareth (Ib. 1:56) – The birth of Jesus Christ in Bethlehem (Mt. 1:18–25) – the Shepherds of Bethlehem come to the manger with the Child (Lk. 2:8–20) – The Magi who came to give a bow to Jesus (Mt. 2:1–12) – The Flight of St. family into Egypt and the Massacre of the innocents (Ib. 2:13–15).

In the year 752 from the foundation of Rome, 3 years before currently accepted chronology

The return from Egypt to Nazareth (Mt. 2:19–23) – The Circumcision of Jesus and presentation in the temple (Lk. 2:21–24) – Simon the Elder and the Prophetess Anna (Ib. 2:25–38) – The adolescence of Jesus (Lk. 2:40–52).

7 A.D. in conventional chronology

The event in the twelfth year of life: Jesus and his family undertake a pilgrimage to Jerusalem at Easter (760 or 762 A.D.) – the famous Jewish teachers and elders hang on words of the young Jesus on the steps of the Temple in Jerusalem (Lk. 2:42–49).

26–27 A.D.

The appearance of John the Baptist on the banks of the Jordan (Mk. 1:2–8) – St. John bearing witness of Jesus (Jn. 1:15–28) – The baptism of Jesus in the Jordan (Mk. 1:9–11) – The Temptation of Jesus in the desert (Lk. 4:1–13) – The first Calling of the Apostles Andrew and John, Simon and Philip (Jn. 1:35–51) – The Return to Galilee; Marriage at Cana (Ib. 2:1–11) – A short stay in Capernaum (Ib. 2:12)

28 A.D.

The first Easter during the public ministry of Jesus (Jn. 2:13) – Expulsion of merchants from the temple (Ib. 2:14–18) – The prophecies and miracles (Ib. 2:19–25) – a conversation with Nicodemus (Ib. 3:1–21) – the preaching of Gospel in the Judean countryside (Ib. 3:22–24) – Argument between John’s disciples and the Jews about purification (Ib. 3:25) – The last testimony of John the Baptist on Jesus (Ib. 3:25) – Return to Galilee through Samaria (Ib. 4:1–6) – Jesus and the Samaritan woman at Jacob’s well (Ib. 4:7–42) – The Caen: a courtier of Herod Antipas comes from Capernaum asking Jesus to heal his son (Ib. 4:43–54) – the second Journey to Jerusalem at the Feast of Purim (Ib. 5:1) – Healing of the paralytic at Bethesda font (Ib. 5:2–17) – Jesus confirms His equality with God the Father (Ib. 5:17–32).

29 A.D.

The arrest of John the Baptist (Mt. 4:12) – Jesus withdraw to Galilee (Mk. 4:14) – Jesus in Nazareth synagogue (Ib. 4:14) – expelled from Nazareth, Jesus heads for Capernaum (Mt. 4:13–17) – The Call of Peter, Andrew, James and John, on the banks of a lake; wonderful fishing (Lk. 5:1–11) – The arrival in Capernaum; Healing a demon-possessed man in a synagogue (Mk. 1:23–28) – Healing Peter’s mother-in-law (Mt. 8:14–17) – The apostolic journey around the suburbs of Capernaum (Mk. 1:29–37) – Cleansing the leper (Ib. 1:40–45) – The Return to Capernaum (Ib. 2:1) – Healing a paralyzed whom Jesus forgives sins to the great indignation of the Pharisees (Ib. 2:2–12) – The Calling of Matthew the tax collector, who hosts a supper for Jesus (Ib. 2:14–15) – The hostile attitude of the Pharisees and the disciples of John the Baptist to Jesus and his disciples at Mathew’s supper, the publican (Ib. 2:16–28) – The Raising of the daughter of Jairus, the healing of the Bleeding woman, two blinds and a dumb (Ib. 2:22–43) – Resentment of the Pharisees against the disciples of Jesus, gathering the ears on Sabbath (Mt. 7:1–8) – Jesus heals a man with a withered hand (Ib. 7:9 21) – The Calling of the Twelve (Mk. 3:7–19).

Sermon on the Mount (Mt. 5–7) – Jesus returns to Capernaum and heals the servant of the centurion (Lk. 7:1–10) – On Nain he raises a son of a widow (Ib. 7:11–17) – The supper in the house of Simon and the Sinner woman at the feet of Jesus (Lk. 7:36–50) – Preaching the Gospel to the people in Galilee and the parable of the kingdom of Heaven (Mt. 8:1–53) – Jesus calms the Storm (Ib. 8:18–27) – demon-obsessed in the country of the Gadarenes (Ib. 8:28–34) – Instruction and Empowering of the twelve apostles (Ib. 10:1–42) – The death of John the Baptist (Ib. 14:1–12).

Return of the Twelve Apostles in Capernaum (Mt. 14:13) – The miraculous multiplication of the loaves in the desert (Ib. 14:14–23) – The Storm at Sea (Ib. 14:23–36) – Jesus curses Bethsaida, Chorazin and Capernaum (Ib. 11:20–23) – Jesus gives thanks to the Heavenly Father, and calls all the grieving and suffering (Ib. 11:23–30) – Jesus and the woman of Canaan (Mt. 15:22–28) – A new miraculous multiplication of the loaves (Ib. 15:29–39) – Jesus crosses the lake, leading his disciples to Bethsaida, and warning them to beware of the leaven of the Pharisees (Ib. 16:6–12) – Peter confesses that Jesus is the Son of God (Mk. 8:27–30) – Transfiguration of Jesus on Mount Tabor (Ib. 9:1–7) – Healing the demoniac (Ib. 9:14–28) – Jesus predicts His death on the cross (Ib. 9:30–32) – Returning to Capernaum, the payment of taxes (Mt. 17:24–25) – Jesus’ disciples bickering about the priority in the kingdom of God (Ib. 18:1–35) – Removal from Galilee to Jerusalem (Jn. 9:46–50) – The Samaritans refuse hospitality to the disciples of Jesus (Lk. 9:51–56) – Jesus talks with a lawman about eternal life (Ib. 10:25–37)

The arrival of Jesus in Jerusalem during the Feast of Tabernacles (Jn. 7:13–14) – Jesus teaches about his messianic vocation in a temple (Ib. 7:15–31) – The proclamation of Jesus to the people (Ib. 7:32–39) – Jesus and a woman caught in adultery (Ib. 8:1–11) – Healing a man born blind (Ib. 9:1–14) – the return of the 70 disciples (Lk. 10:17–24) – The Parable of the Wedding Banquet (Lk. 14:7–24) – The Parable of the Prodigal Son (Ib. 15:11–32) – the Parable of the Unjust Steward (Ib. 16:1–13) – Lazarus the beggar (Ib. 16:19–31) – Instructing disciples on vigilance, fortitude, humility, faith, and humility (Ib. 17:1–10) – The Raising of Lazarus (Jn. 11, 1–46) – Meeting ten lepers (Lk. 17:12–19) – The Parable of the Unjust Judge (Ib. 18:1–8) – the Pharisee and the Publocian. The lessons of humility (Ib. 18:9–14) – Jesus in the house of Zacchaeus (Lk. 19:1–10).

30 A.D.

The great and the last week

The solemn entry into Jerusalem (Mt. 26:1–11) – Jesus mourns the fate of Jerusalem and predicts its destruction (Lk. 19:41–44) – The curse of the fig tree (Mk. 11:12–14) – Jesus expels the merchants from the temple for the second time (Mk. 11:15–19) – the Parable of the Two Sons (Mt. 21:28–32) – the Parable of the Wicked Husbandmen (Ib. 21, 33–44) – the devious question of the Pharisees of giving tribute to Caesar (Lk. 20:20–26) – widow’s mite (Ib. 21:1–4) – Parable of the Ten Virgins (Mt. 25:1–13) – the Last Supper (Ib. 26:21–30).

Prayer and near-death suffering of Jesus (Mt. 26:36–46) – The treacherous kiss of Judas and Jesus’ arrest (Ib. 26:47–56) – The interrogation of Jesus by the High Priest Caiaphas and three times Peter’s denial (Ib. 26:57–75) – Jesus calls himself the Son of God (Ib. 27:1) – Judas returns 30 pieces of silver and hangs himself in despair (Ib. 27:3–10) – Jesus is brought to the Pilate’s judgment; questioning and condemnation of Jesus (Ib. 27:11–31) – The Way to Calvary (Ib. 27:31–33) – Jesus is crucified between two thieves (Ib. 27:38) – Jesus calls John a son of St. John. Mary and St. Mary his mother (Jn. 19:25–27) – Joseph of Arimathea asks Pilate for the body of Jesus, gives him the last honors, and buries him in the cave (Mt. 27:55–61) – Saint women go to Calvary, bringing incense and find the coffin empty; The angels announce them that Jesus was resurrected (Jn. 20:1–18) – The chief priests to spread rumors about the abduction of the body of Jesus by His disciples (Mt. 28:11–15) – Jesus appears to his disciples and gives them the Holy Spirit and the power to forgive sins (Jn. 20:19–23) – Jesus leads his disciples to Bethany, to the Mount of Olives. His last words, and ascension to heaven (Lk. 24:50–53).




The very first public words of Jesus were spoken by the lad of twelve on the verge of the Temple in Jerusalem. And even though they are not of explicitly aphoristic nature, with them we begin to cite the main sayings, commandments and parables of Jesus Christ. It is important that for the first time in these words, Jesus Himself lifts to us the veil of his future Messianic mission.

1. “Why were you searching for me?” He asked: “Didn’t you know I had to be in my Father’s house?” (Lk. 2:49)


When Jesus humbly doused into the waters of the Jordan, he only obeyed the rite established by John the Baptist.

As we know, the “baptizm” means in translation from Greek “to put into water”, so the word itself defines the following set of actions.

2. “…for this is the fitting way for us to fulfill all righteousness.” (Mt. 3:15)

The importance of this rite is proved also by the fact, that the God Himself claimed that Jesus is His beloved Son at that moment.

Another interesting fact is that in this rite is not “not the removal of dirt from the flesh, – as the Apostle Peter says, but an appeal to God for a good conscience” (1 Pet. 3.21). That is, when being baptized, everyone of us voluntarily puts his own cross on his shoulders, and gives a commitment to live according to his conscience and the willingness to bear the cross along with Jesus.

We should also notice that Jesus Christ, performing the rite of baptism, showed all sinners an example of repentance and obedience to the Law, which is still imputed to this day, as a precondition for everyone to be able to enter the kingdom of God.

3. “…truly, I tell you emphatically, unless a person is born of water and Spirit he cannot enter the kingdom of God.” (Jn. 3:5)


Recalling the meeting of Jesus with Satan, we can understand that the very moment has come for Jesus to face the first and terrible hour of real external struggle not only “against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places” still being fearsome for us, whispering about the temptations of sinful pleasures and at the same time wreaking suffering and human disasters in the world.

Jesus’ answers to Satan are concise and plain, but at the same time instructive. Judge by yourselves.

4. “One must not live on bread alone, but on every word coming out of the mouth of God.” (Mt. 4:4)

I hesitate to affirm, but I think that, except Jesus, there is hardly a man on the Earth who has not turned out to be under the power of false idols and heroes of their time throughout his life, and of all that we call evil spirits, lies and cruelty, arrogance and deceit…

The whole history of mankind, proudly wishing to become gods – is it no the history of nations, who have been already conquered by the power of Satan?

However, someone who wants to obey the handsel, should seek it in Christ, and that one, who is eager to defeat the evil, may receive required and desired assistance from Christ. We can fight, as He did, but we must also remember that we can win only by His name.

That is, by worshiping Him, and serving only Him.

5. “Go away, Satan! Because it is written, ‘You must worship the Lord your God and serve only him.’” (Mt. 4:10)

As you know, the spirit of evil couldn’t find a way into the heart of Jesus and went away from him forever. But their personal struggle for our souls has not ended to this day.


The words of Jesus were forever ingrained in the memory of his first disciples, as well as the first miracles, presented to them personally. Moreover, they see that everything their teacher touches, acquires a new meaning and a new life in Christ already.

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