"The Power Of The Ressurection Of Jesus Christ"
This is a magnificent Day is the Kingdom of God.
This is the Day that Satan will never forget.
This is the Day that Life conquered death.
This is Day that Good defeated evil.
This is the Day Jesus came out of the grave victoriously.
This is the Day, the Church must never forget.
This is the Day Jesus Christ took His blood up into the Heavenly Sanctuary, and presented it unto our Heavenly Father, declaring, “The demands of justice has been met. The penalty for sin has been served. The price of our redemption has been paid for ever.
This is not a fairy tale.
This is the Day Jesus Christ was literally raised from the dead.
This is the Day the power of God exploded inside of that tomb, reconnecting Jesus’ spirit with His dead body.
This is the Day the corpse of Jesus was flooded with life.
This is the Day Jesus Arose from the dead.
So much Power was released at His Resurrection that the earth itself Reverberated and shuddered from the explosion.
The angel rolled the stone away from the entrance to the tomb.
Jesus physically walked through the door of that tomb “ALIVE FOR EVER MORE.”
THIS IS THE FOUNDATION OF OUR FAITH.
Let’s look at what Jesus said about Himself during His earthly ministry:
Jesus made it very clear no man had power over His life.
Jesus has that Resurrection power abiding on the inside of Him.
Take your place in Christ
1 If ye then be risen with Christ, seek those things which are above, where Christ sitteth on the right hand of God.
2 Set your affection on things above, not on things on the earth.
3 For ye are dead, and your life is hid with Christ in God.
My dear friends, let’s rejoice this day because we have passed from death unto life. That same Power, that same Spirit that Raised Jesus Christ from the dead dwells, lives and abides on the inside of you and me.
Word for Today: "Forgiveness"
Then Jesus said, "Father, forgive them, for they do not know what they do." (Luke 23:24) Words are powerful, one of the last words Jesus said while hanging from the cross were words of forgiveness. His words on the cross are a powerful example of how you and I ought to treat those who mistreat us. Can you follow Jesus' example and forgive those who mistreat you?