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Following our series on Final Words from the Cross, this is the word beside the empty tomb. It is a word that opens Mary's eyes to the presence of Christ and transforms her life. It is her name: Mary. And the Good Shepherd knows our name and calls you by name. You are his.
Prayer: Living the Connect – The Three Last Prayers of Jesus (and how YOU are involved) Easter Sunday 2013 Text: John 17:20-23; Matthew 26:36-44; Luke 23:32-43; John 10:10 Key Thought: Joining in the death and new life of Jesus brings morality, community and meaning to our lives. I pray that they will all be one, just as you and I are one—as you are in me, Father, and I am in you. And may they be in us so that the world will believe you sent me. John 17, NLT
Sharing Easter Hope, The Purpose of the Church
Today, we consider Jesus' statement, "I am the resurrection and the life." As Jesus resurrects Lazarus from the dead, this is a pointer to his own resurrection from death on the cross. The implications of Easter are life altering and profound. How does the hope of the resurrection impact your life today?
Pastor Rob shares about Easter. The Resurrection has happened!! Jesus is risen~~
The Pharisees and religious leaders plot to prevent the resurrection of Jesus. The plot doesn't work, Jesus rises from the grave, and the evidence is affirmed by three groups: the women who came to the tomb, the guards at the tomb, and the religious leaders. This sermon discusses those three groups and their responses to the Resurrection of Jesus.
The resurrection of Jesus Christ is the one thing that changes everything.
Easter followed the Jewish feast of Passover. It was the Passover meal that Jesus celebrated with His disciples in the upper room the celebration that we in the church call the Lord's Supper. Following Passover on the Jewish Calendar is the Festival of First Fruits. In this passage in Corinthians Paul explains how Jesus' resurrection is the First Fruits of the those who will also be resurrected. Those of us who have place are faith in Christ have hope because of the empty tomb.