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God has left the New Testament Church with two ordinances, Believer's Baptism and the Lord's Supper. We need to understand that He did this for good reason, and if these ordinances are practiced with heart and purpose, both the believer individually and the church collectively will be greatly benefitted. This Easter message takes the resurrection of Jesus Christ to a very practical level. The resurrection of our Lord Jesus has tremendous ramifications for our future, but we must not fail to see its significance as it pertains to our present walk with Christ. Romans 6 provides a rich parallel between Christ's death, burial and resurrection and our own as we identify ourselves with Christ in believer's baptism.
The resurrection of Jesus is the greatest single moment yet in human history. The Bible carefully recounts the story but one day we will experience the reality of the resurrection for ourself.
How can I—a complete unrighteous, condemned criminal—become the righteousness of God? Paul gives the answer in Romans 4:25. In v. 25, Paul sets forth the two great truths of the gospel, by which all who believe will be counted righteous. The two great truths are: (1) Cross: Christ was delivered over because of our sins; (2) Resurrection: Christ was raised for our justification. The answer to our dilemma is found in Christ’s death and resurrection. Through Jesus’s death and resurrection, the two greatest obstacles, sin and death, which stand between sinners and a holy God, have been dealt with forever.
Easter. We celebrate Jesus' resurrection and the promise of eternal life. Yet God also offers us abundant life as we walk this Earth. Four elements that are the LIFE offered by the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
There is good news. Jesus Christ is risen. What does this mean?