In Zoroastrianism, Mithra is a member of the trinity of ahuras, Mithra (Mitra) protectors of asha/arta, "truth" or "[that which is] right". Mithra's standard appellation is "of wide pastures" suggesting omnipresence.
God's Word describes everlasting life on earth for the majority of mankind. Christ Jesus will bring the earth back to perfection and he and his "little flock" of Kingdom heirs will rule over and judge mankind.
The Cross Many people assume that the cross is a Christian symbol. Christians have indeed adopted the cross but its origins date back long before the Messiah was ever born. The cross can actually be dated back to ancient Babylon and the worship of the sun-gods Mithra and Tammuz. In fact the cross was not used by Christians until the fourth century after Emperor Constantine (a pagan sun-worshipper) had a vision of the cross in front of the sun.
He was born of a virgin mother on December 25th, in a humble cave, attended by shepherds, visited by three magi. He became a great traveling teacher and master, followed by twelve disciples. He sacrificed himself and, after three days, ascended to heaven so that others might find eternal life. He embodied Truth, Goodness, and Light. He was the Persian god Mithra, and he existed 2000 years before Christ.