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The basics of genuine Christianity begin and end with the gospel of Jesus Christ. That He died on a cross for us all and then rose again on the third day. The resurrection happened, it's real!! Let's celebrate the Savior of the world.
This sermon is not for the feint of heart. It's the truth about how Jesus Christ suffered on the cross. It's also the truth about how God takes sin seriously, and because of this, Jesus had to suffer. We can not overlook how much He suffered because in light of that suffering, we see how much He loves us.
This is a confusing text. But the most important element is that we understand our greatest fear. And that we have a way of escape when the waters rise.
What kind of a God sees us fail. Dies for our failures. Calls us to Himself. Loves us. And then makes us breakfast? This is our God!
We are more than conquerors in our faith that Jesus Christ is alive. The result of your salvation; your trust in Him, is that you love Him, thus you obey Him. As a result of this your mind is set on the Holy Spirit and not on the world. Ask yourself these questions: 1) Do you speak Jesus Christ? 2) Do you belong to Jesus Christ?
Eventually, the reality catches up with everyone; and it is against this backdrop that the glory of Christ shines so brightly. If not already there, turn to our passage Matt. 9:23-26 and we will note: 2 Glorious Displays of the Certainty of Christ’s Power over Death, to our glorious future. We are going to simply walk through the account; and at the end look at the significance of this miracle. I. Confidence of Sovereign Power II. Demonstration of Resurrection Power III. Implications of His Power.
Series: Preparing for What's Ahead (Part 9) - In the ninth and concluding sermon in this series, Pastor Terry discloses what the Bible tells us about where history is headed and how it will end. Rather than presenting us with an appealing fantastic ending that is the product of a miraculous turn of events, the witness of the Scriptures is that the decisive moment for history's future occurred in the past. The resurrection of Jesus Christ defines and determines how God will triumph in the continuing struggle between good and evil. While there are more than enough reasons to be disheartened by the worsening condition of the world, there is this one reason to hold fast and move forward with the greatest of confidence and hope. The early Church lived by the watchword "Maranatha!" Pastor Terry urges present day followers of Christ to embrace and greet one another with the glorious and uplifting watchword, "The Kingdom comes!"
Jesus claims that the temple could be destroyed and he could raise it again in 3 days. What is he talking about? The temple took decades to build. And what does it mean if Jesus is claiming to fulfill the meaning of "temple"? This is all too hard to understand and it needs some translation for us to begin to understand.