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Do you think Michael Jackson is Jesus reincarnated or a modern day savior?

I know people have heard this several times about michael Jackson being Jesus reincarnated. But my question is how come he can't be? No body would ever know till the end but there's so much more other info that links him up to it. Now I have some hot stuff to talk about and share. We really have to open our minds and feel with our spirits here. Now I'm not trying to tell everyone here his is the light, Jesus christ but I'm saying I think he is. Even if he isn't at least I'm still going down the right path. So if you want tell me what y'all think? Thanks

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Michael is my savior! I am not religious in the way society evokes religion. In my opinion he could very well be a Jesus type person of our day, as others could Ghandi, Mandella. Depends how one beholds Jesus in their mind, I agree with much of LJIMISS MJ says. So many have come together in love from all over the world because of Michael and I've said this before it is part of his legacy and I believe one of the reasons he left us physically rather early.

Michael is my savior! I am not religious in the way society evokes religion. In my opinion he could very well be a Jesus type person of our day, as others could Ghandi, Mandella. Depends how one beholds Jesus in their mind,

I agree with M.Jacksonoholic.

Michael had unshakable faith. He radiated love and light. I think it’s because he opened up and allowed God to work in his life that is why he felt so heavenly and special. I think some people feel closer to God when they are involved with anything having to do with Michael becaues of his closeness to his faith.

I agree with M.Jacksonoholic.

Michael had unshakable faith. He radiated love and light. I think it’s because he opened up and allowed God to work in his life that is why he felt so heavenly and special. I think some people feel closer to God when they are involved with anything having to do with Michael becaues of his closeness to his faith.

" In no way do I think that I am God, but I do try to be Godlike in my heart."
~~Michael Jackson~~

No

I agree with michael - kop; I don't think either. Now, of course, he was God-like and so is anyone else who allows God to be present and working in their life and you can definitely tell that the love of God was in Michael, no doubt. And I definitely believe God worked through Michael to bring the important message of love to our attention. I'm pretty sure, too, that he helped peak some people's curiousity about God considering he always made the effort to mention Him every chance he got.

Michael Jackson is a phenomenon that the world is still trying to decipher.
So many people felt within themselves something so extraordinary and strong and compassionate and full of emotion on June 25th 2009.

It's almost like our inner spirit was grieving for the loss of this tremendous spirit that had just left this plane. Even if i had never met him, my spirit was connected to his, it seems.

The truth is, to many people he feels like Jesus. The thing that was in and around Jesus, is the same thing that was in and around Michael Jackson. Pure Love. God.

Personally i won't be surprised if years from now, a movement or religion evolves based on MJ's Godly teachings and love.

For discussion's sake, let's say he is... what do you think was Michael's (true?) purpose here was? Was it supposed to be more than just good music?

I have to agree with emj777. How many of us awakened or were re-awakened to a higher spirituality after Michael's death? I Think that may have been a part something he had to accomplish but through his death... We started to get more creative, started listening to his songs more and getting deeper and became aware even more of our planet. I think that's even bigger than being the most famous person in the word or the KOP. You know? I also agree that there are angels in human form--- perhaps he was one?? We don't know. You can't put a box around God or the Universe because God just IS! Spirit doesn't conform to us, we have to conform to it.

personally i don't think so, i think michael had christ like qaulties in him. michael wanted to share the love that he had for humanity. I think we lack that now in our times.

Jesus was born without sin, he does not compare to Christ. He is a sinner just like us all. When saved through grave by our loving father we become his children and get to go home with him. I want Michael to accept Jesus as his savior and receive eternal love, life, and peace. He is coming soon, we are in the last days.

I think Michael shows a side that human beings can be kind and compassionate towards one another. I don't know if he would necessarily want to be compared to Jesus but the main teaching from Jesus was to love one another.

i have come back to this idea many timess...i am not religious, so therefore, michael IS MY jesus. He does have many similarites and everything about his aura, personalit, presence..it all screams IM AN ANGEL...he is the most pure human to ever exist, so pure that it is hard to remember he IS human..he seems above all of us humans, for i have never met or head of anyone else so caring and empathetic, humble and giving, he pt the WORLD before himself..michael is a one time only kind of man..no one will ever equal his magnificence.. except maybe Jesus himself.,.i love you Michael, angel <3

He is not Jesus, he and Jesus may have many similarities
but he is not Jesus. Michael is not coming back to this planet
and is moving on.

No he is not Jesus, cuz all humans sin, no matter who. We all sin. Even if Michael Jackson sinned once. God never made a mistake

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There are a few profound thoughts here and an amazing sharing of beliefs and feelings on this issue-I thought it was a good time to revisit this

Eden , I agree with you "Not nesseserly comparing him with Christ but he is one of his own. Almost 90 persent fans of MJ awakened by his death to a new spritual reallity. It wasn't accident but it was Gods miracle. I am not religouse but very spritual who loves The Holy Bible ."

What you said is something you can't argue or force people to agree with you , it's something you know within you it's the truth , well said

In this past year I grew a lot and lerned history of the purpose of religion of this world and none of them I follow .let me say this as this world is run by fallen angles as lederes of this world , the most high also sent his angles to assist man kind. With out any doubt for sure MJ is one of them. He is more than humans but in human body . You man kind surrounded by angles you just don't knotice them as they are real people
Not nesseserly comparing him with Christ but he is one of his own. Almost 90 persent fans of MJ awakened by his death to a new spritual reallity. It wasn't accident but it was Gods miracle. I am not religouse but very spritual who loves The Holy Bible . Read Psalm 68. To see how the angles are here in the Earth as real people. Bless you all Love Eden

No, I don't think Michael is not Jesus reincarnated. Keep in mind that Jesus never sinned in word, thought, or deed, making His character pure and totally flawless.

Although Michael had some Christ-like characteristics, still he made mistakes and had flaws in his character just like everyone else. To put Michael on the same level as Jesus is, according to the Bible, blasphemy.

Michael never saw himself as Jesus, and if he knew some fans were putting him on the same level as Jesus , it would make him feel uncomfortable, and he would kindly tell these fans not to put him on the same level with divinity. The only thing Michael would say is that he tries to live by the teaching of Jesus, which he has demonstrated through his love of children, his gentleness, kindness, etc.

I don't necessarily believe that Michael is Jesus reincarnated, but I do see him as a very important person in our modern world. I do believe that Michael was created very special, and he definitely has an extremely important purpose on this Earth. I believe he has the soul of an angel, an angel in human form. He did so many incredibly kind, wonderful things for others. He changed people's lives, and made this world a better place. It's undeniable that he was a different kind of human. He's so special, so pure, so loving, and so beautiful.

I don't think Michael was Jesus reincarnated or a modern day savior. He was a very special human being who had a very special connection to God and ALL of his love, mercy, and grace, but, he was in fact human. We as fans forget that at times, but we need to cut the man some slack and allow him to be human.

if we try to put tags in what we believe in , we will turn to each other . why can't we just live life of freedom , some churches have rituals , tradition and rules , they still believe in God
The bible gives a platform to base our lives on , if being exposed to Michael gives a reason to care for people , a reason to make a change in your life , why can't Michael be your "Jesus" , how many changes did many people make in their lives just by knowing Michael , I'm naturally a proud person, whatever I do has to be the best I can do, I don't do shortcuts , even at home I took my role as a wife seriously , my family has to eat food cooked by me , we do go to the restaurant at times , I make sure if I'm off everything is fresh , my husband has to find fresh food when he comes home , he does cook as well , that's my nature , I feel satisfied by doing that , since searching about Michael and all what he has done (I was a fan because of his music before his death ) , I did make some changes which I never thought of before my searches and it worked , workwise ,familywise , it's something I'm proud of , I do go to church when I'm free, we are still looking for the right church until now , we haven't found one yet

Perfection, you said it yourself, your heart, soul, mind and love. God speaks to us all the time. There's people that don't even know about the 10 commandments but yet are the most loving and caring people in the world. God talks to each one of us different I think. Where is the original bible? Why do the words of Christ or what's written in change? Why I the Quran and other books different? Where being lied to about our history anyway, alot of people in this world is brainwashed by all the glitter and gold and all kinds of crap from letting people know who they really are, but yet people question others about what we believe in. God is great for he puts people or other things in our life so that we will notice him. Another thing to me that strikes me- To me I love christ but seeing him on a cross hanging do you think humiliation? Like if I walk around with Michael hanging on a cross around someone's neck or say your mom or dad, how will that make you feel? To me just the cross will be good? So do you think I'm going to hell because I give Michael praise too for he showed me my other side with the work of Christ and god? God the holy spirit is within us thats where the real church is, and everything about you. These are just my opinions. Also we all have a role on earth right now weather we know it or not. You do you know if someone is looking up to you? God put us here. We need to really realize who we really are, that's why god gave us our beautiful mind, want the truth we have to search for it and feel the love. Like u said this my opinion.

The 10 Commandments are found in the Bible's Old Testament at Exodus, Chapter 20. They were given directly by God to the people of Israel at Mount Sinai after He had delivered them from slavery in Egypt:

"And God spoke all these words, saying: 'I am the LORD your God…

ONE: 'You shall have no other gods before Me.'

TWO: 'You shall not make for yourself a carved image--any likeness of anything that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth.'

THREE: 'You shall not take the name of the LORD your God in vain.'

FOUR: 'Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy.'

FIVE: 'Honor your father and your mother.'

SIX: 'You shall not murder.'

SEVEN: 'You shall not commit adultery.'

EIGHT: 'You shall not steal.'

NINE: 'You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor.'

TEN: 'You shall not covet your neighbor's house; you shall not covet your neighbor's wife, nor his male servant, nor his female servant, nor his ox, nor his donkey, nor anything that is your neighbor's.'
The 10 Commandments - Christ's Summation in the New Testament
About 1,400 years later, the 10 Commandments were summed up in the New Testament at Matthew 22, when Jesus was confronted by the religious "experts" of the day:

"Teacher, which is the greatest commandment in the Law?" Jesus replied: " 'Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.' This is the first and greatest commandment. And the second is like it: 'Love your neighbor as yourself.' All the Law and the Prophets hang on these two commandments" (Matthew 22:36-40).

A reflective reading of Christ's teaching reveals that the first four commandments given to the children of Israel are contained in the statement: "Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind." It continues that the last six commandments are enclosed in the statement: "Love your neighbor as yourself."

10 Commandments: The Origin of God's Law

The 10 Commandments are first recorded in the book of Exodus. They were given by God at Mt. Sinai following the Israelites escape from slavery in Egypt. The 10 Commandments were moral statutes given by God, through Moses, so that the Israelites could enjoy fruitful and holy lives. The Commandments were significant in that they formed the basis of Jewish life, law and faith. Inscribed on stone tablets, the 10 Commandments were initially broken by Moses in anger over the flagrant sins of the Israelites. They were then re-inscribed and kept in the Ark of the Covenant at the command of God. Four of the Commandments deal primarily with man's relationship with God and the other six deal primarily with man's relationship with one another.

10 Commandments: God's Standard of Holiness

The 10 Commandments were also known as the Law. For ancient Israel, breaking the Law was a serious offense. To deviate by any degree from the 10 Commandments was to sin and fall short of God's standard of holiness. Knowing that it was impossible for any human being to perfectly follow the Law, a sacrificial system mediated by the Levitical priesthood was established. Through this system, God permitted ancient Israel to make reparations for the sins they committed. As an example, an appropriate sacrifice would involve the slaughtering of a young lamb that is found to be without any blemish. The sacrifices continued endlessly, as did the sins. This system of blood sacrifice was not meant to be barbaric, but rather, symbolic of the gravity of sin. The annual Jewish holy day of Yom Kippur is a day of atonement that is set aside for the reparation of sins.

Although God gave the 10 Commandments to the Israelites, they do not apply to Jews alone. The 10 Commandments reflect God's standard of holiness for <strong>everyone.</strong> Since God is the universal authority of moral conduct, all of humanity is subject to His standards. <strong>According to the Bible, no one is exempt from God's Law. Some say that the 10 Commandments do not apply to them, since they did not grow up with "religion." </strong>However, the scriptures reveal that the requirements of the Law are written on our hearts (Romans 2:25), and thus, our conscience ultimately confirms our guilt. Wait a minute. Since most of us, to some degree, have tried to live good lives, contributing positive things to our families and communities, how can God fault us if we have tried our best? Based on God's standard of holiness, "all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God" (Romans 3:23). In addition, God is not only concerned with our actions, but also the condition of our hearts. In the New Testament, <strong>Jesus referred to the Law when He emphasized that hatred is tantamount to murder and lust is tantamount to adultery. We have all had these thoughts. Indeed, we have all sinned according to God's standard.

10 Commandments: Revealing Our Need for a Savior

After reviewing the 10 Commandments, some argue that God is unjust for imposing a standard upon humanity that He knows we can't fulfill. Doesn't it seem awfully cruel for a loving God to condemn man for the evil that is inherently part of the human condition? The response to this perplexing question lies in Jesus Christ. In fact, Jesus came to earth in order to reconcile this dilemma. Like the perfect lambs that were constantly sacrificed for the sins of Israel, Jesus was perfect and without blemish, because he was sinless. Like the lambs, He was sacrificed for the reparation of sins. Unlike the lambs, however, the sacrifice of Jesus Christ redeemed the sins of all humanity for all time. Unlike the lambs, Jesus Christ resurrected from the dead and conquered the power of sin for all humanity for all time. The Bible tells us why Christ had to become a sacrifice: "For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life" (John 3:16).

10 Commandments: Love Without Condemnation

For many, the 10 Commandments are symbols of condemnation that point to our faults and mistakes. Some feel so guilty that they believe God will never accept them. Others simply choose to reject God because His Law is impossible to obey. Ironically, the 10 Commandments were never given by God to condemn humanity, but rather, they were given to convict humanity. The 10 Commandments act as a mirror to "reflect" the condition of our souls. When we examine our life in light of the 10 Commandments, we realize our shortcomings and our need for redemption. Jesus Christ is our redeemer. Therefore, God gave the 10 Commandments not to condemn humanity, but to show us His love for us. For, "While we were still sinners, Christ died for us" (Romans 5:Cool.

Michael was a human being just like you and me. He had very special qualities and talents but that does not make him Jesus Christ.
Let the 10 commandments enlighten you. Cool

'Why do we try to understand art? Do we try to understand the song of a bird?'
It's enough to marvel at the wonder that was Michael Jackson. I think he is beyond compare.

Thank you, Chitah 11...I thought you would feel the same..our feels for Michael are so deeply felt, and very difficult to describe ..I like the simple phrase "God is LOVE"....since it appears to answer what is in our hearts.
Happy holidays to you and yours!!!

Magnetladi, that was excellent way to put it, and I deeply understand what you mean when god is love.