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Pastor JJ preached this sermon, "He Has Risen," on Matthew 28:1-15.
1. The Power of the Gospel 2. The Priority of the Gospel 3. The Person of the Gospel $. The Proof of the Gospel
There were three crosses on the hill that day. Two thieves were also executed with one on either side of Jesus. As you take a deeper look at their interaction, you will find yourself there as well.
Pastor Nathan teaches that we have an eternal home that the Father, Jesus, and Holy Spirit are preparing for us to live with them for all eternity. According to John 1:23 Jesus said "If we love Him we will keep His word then God will make His home in us here and now"
Have you accepted Jesus are your Savior?
This week we consider why Jesus came, most consider this only in terms of forgiveness of sin, but the Gospel is way bigger than that. We consider some of these in this message.
As sinners, we had no hope beyond the grave. There was nothing ahead for us but the certainty of judgment and fiery indignation. As members of the first creation we were under the sentence of death. But in the redemptive work of Christ, God found a righteous basis upon which He can save ungodly sinners and still be just. Christ has paid the penalty of our sins. Full satisfaction has been made. The claims of justice have been met, and now mercy can flow out to those who obey the gospel. In the resurrection of Christ, God indicated His complete satisfaction with the sacrificial work of His Son. The resurrection is the Father’s “Amen” to our Lord’s cry, “It is finished!”
When it comes to Easter, there are certain ingredients that make all the difference. Take them out or add too much, and Easter is all wrong. What makes Easter different than any other day? It’s the CROSS. Take out the cross of Easter and you mess with an essential ingredient that makes Easter…Easter.