This is just good teaching. Thank You Father.
As we approach Easter, I’m well aware of the fact that many people will simply ignore the day. Some (at least those in the northern hemisphere) will also celebrate it as a “spring is here” day, commemorating the new life in nature demonstrated by buds on trees, green replacing the colorless world of winter, baby birds pushing out of eggs.
But the resurrection of Jesus? No need for such “myths,” many will say.
The resurrection, of course, hinges on the cross. Jesus had to die first before He could be raised incorruptible.
In fact His death was not an act of martyrdom. It wasn’t the tragedy that spawned a movement.
Rather, Jesus did something no one else could do. The nails that crashed into His hands and feet, essentially nailed the “certificate of debt” owed to God by every sinner, to that cross.
The blood Jesus spilled that day was…
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