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As it has been said, a great story ends like it begins and the story of Passion Week is no different. Passion Week started with the Triumphal entry to Jerusalem and then suddenly turns dark with the betrayal, the false trial, the unjust scourging, the painful crucifixion, the death of the Messiah; faith is shattered and life seems hopeless. Death, hell, the grave, sin and Satan seem to be the winners. However, praise God the story didn’t end there because the final chapter of Passion Week is the resurrection! The story of Passion Week truly ends with Jesus making one final Journey to Jerusalem not a lamb but as a Lion, not riding on a gentle colt, a beast of burden, but riding on a white horse of victory, not as the King of the Jews but as King of kings and Lord of lords!
Genesis 3: 14-19
In a land called "the white man's grave," the only insurance against malaria, cannibals and death was faith in God. This is the story of Henry Garlock as told to Kurt Goff by his daughter-in-law Ruthanne Garlock.
Pastor Radcliff concludes this series on Performing Under Pressure on Resurrection Sunday. This message details the pressures that even our Savior had to contend with in order to fulfill the plan and purpose of God.
Our greatest hope and dreams are only met in the One who conquered the grave.
4 Reasons the resurrection is central to our salvation, so that we would trust and enjoy Christ more fully: (1) Because of the reality of sin and death (2) Because of the necessity of the atonement; (3) Because of the present grace of Spiritual power; (4) Because of the promise of the New Heavens and New Earth
John 11:1-44 blazes with the glory of the Son of God. In the restoration of Lazarus, we are given eight snapshots of the glory of the Son of God.
What happens to a person when they die? What happens to you and me when we close our eyes one last time on this earth and draw our final breath? This question brings us to the topic of the intermediate state, which simply refers to the state of our existence between the time we die until the reception of our resurrected bodies.