JACKSONVILLE, Fl. – After a two thousand-year absence, the Lord and Savior of humanity, Jesus Christ, has returned to earth. Jesus, who many believe to be the Son of God, was crucified in 30 A.D. under Pontius Pilate, then leader of the Roman Empire. Prior to his death, Jesus told acquaintances that he intended to one day return to Earth to “judge the living and the dead.”
Rabbi Jacob Schram, of the Beth Israel Messianic Synagogue in Jacksonville, Florida, met with Jesus early Sunday morning amId a crowd of worshipers and local media. Jesus performed several miracles, including curing a nine-year-old girl of autism, before leading a prayer service for the synagogue’s worshipers. When asked why he was visiting a synagogue rather than a church, Christ said he was “born and raised a Jew.”
Susan Ross, who attends Beth Israel Messianic Synagogue regularly and was among the worshipers who met Jesus Christ, spoke with News 4 Jacksonville, saying, “I’m just ecstatic that he’s here! That we’re all here to witness history in the making.” Ross, a 47 year-old single mother, added that Christ looked very good for his age. “He’s a two thousand year-old man with the body of thirty-three year old.”
In an exclusive interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper, Mr. Christ confirmed his return to Earth is in accordance with the prophecy, and added he’d visited briefly in 1894 but “didn’t tell anyone.” Cooper then asked Jesus a series of questions in an effort to dispel thousand-year old myths and rumors surrounding the Christian faith. On the subject of gay marriage, Jesus said, “I’m fine with it. My father is fine with it. In fact, Anderson, it’s not in the bible, but two of my Apostles, John and Matthew, were homosexuals.”
In response to a question regarding the Islamic State and growing concerns over the safety of Christians living in the Middle East, Jesus addressed ISIS directly, saying members of the Islamic State have the opportunity to be forgiven “simply by laying down your weapons and accepting me as your Lord and Savior.” However, Christ added his father is preparing to send an army of angels to eradicate evil from the planet.
Jesus Christ said his first order of business will be to judge the estimated 7.125 billion people currently alive on earth, a job which he says “shouldn’t take too long.” Christ told Anderson Cooper he’s not in a hurry to immediately judge the dead, saying, “They aren’t going anywhere anytime soon.”