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Jesus Had a Puppy

The truth about our Lord and his love for animals
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   Did you know Jesus had a puppy that he loved very much during his time on earth?

   Yes it's true, while Jesus was promoting love and dying for our sins he was blessed himself, with the love of a puppy. For each step Jesus took in proving to us he was our lord, he was accompanied by a true apostle, his puppy.

   Let it be known that Jesus had a puppy and that his puppy was representative of his love for us. The docile nature of his puppy was in truth the docile nature of our love for him as our lord and god's son.

   Have you ever wondered why a puppy brings such love into this world?
With each playful step, hop or genuine look a puppy is able to bring both a smile and a tear to any man, woman, child and minority. It is because he is a disciple of our lord.

  Though there is no direct mention of Jesus and his puppy together in the bible, can you not deny that Jesus had love for all of earth's creatures and even had time to care for a puppy?

  Jesus' puppy had a much love as Jesus and Jesus knew this. Like Jesus, his puppy and other puppies tried to ease the suffering of other and spread the lords message as shown in this passage:

"...Laid a beggar named Lazarus, covered with sores and longing to eat what fell from the rich man's table. Even the dogs came and licked his sores."

-Luke 16:22

  This is all the proof that any good Christian needs to understand that Jesus DID have a puppy, that his puppy too showed love and passed along the message of our lord. Below is another powerful passage about Jesus' love for his puppy:

"But among the Israelites not a dog will bark at any man or animal.' Then you will know that the LORD makes a distinction between Egypt and Israel. "

-Exodus 11:7

  When Jesus made his second coming he was not saved by a rabbit that dug him out of his tomb, but rather by a puppy that directed the rabbit as to where to find our lord. For this we should actually associate easter with our lord and his puppy rather than a rabbit. Below is a depiction of Jesus, his puppy and a rabbit.

  We must love Jesus' puppy as we love Jesus himself. We must love his puppy for his compassion and understanding of Jesus' purpose on earth. It is with this love that we may greet Jesus and his puppy in the kingdom of heaven.