Jesus died when he was three years old, according to the story of Matthew.

The Gospel of Matthew begins when Matthew and Luke are both young, and Jesus is about seven years old.

Matthew says he was born on July 4, 4 B.C. and is the son of Joseph and Matias.

Matthew then tells of the birth of Jesus and his mother’s illness, which led him to call his father, Joseph.

Luke says that Jesus died on the night of the Feast of Unleavened Bread on the day of Passover, and that Jesus was baptized on that same night.

The first part of the story has Jesus’ mother’s death and death of her own.

The second part tells of Jesus’ death and baptism on the third day.

Matthew and the Gospel of Luke were published together, in the second half of the second century.

But the Gospel was published a century after Matthew and a century before Luke.

In the Bible, the first part has Jesus die, and the second part has him be born.

Jesus was only born a day before Passover.

Jesus died about the same time that the Jewish Passover feast was celebrated.

Passover is celebrated around the beginning of the Jewish month of Rosh Hashanah.

Passovers were a daylong feast that was celebrated around this time, and it is believed that the Passover meal was a meal of meat and fish, not the traditional meat-and-vegetables meal that Jesus had in mind.

The Passover Feast is considered a major celebration in Judaism.

It is also known as the Pass over Feast.

Matthew writes that Jesus cried out and cried out, saying, “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?”

This is a typical cry of someone in mourning.

Matthew does not say what happened next.

He says Jesus turned around and cried, “Blessed are the poor, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.”

But the Bible does not give any other account of this event.

It also does not specify that Jesus is crying because he is grieving, but because he was being punished for his sins.

Matthew’s account of Jesus dying is also not included in the Bible.

Some have suggested that Matthew has edited the Bible to make it fit his vision of the Messiah.

However, Jesus died not long after Matthew’s birth.

Jesus’ body was never exhumed, and was kept in a tomb in Jerusalem.

It was eventually uncovered in 1946.