If Christ is not risen, your faith is worthless and you are still imprisoned in your sins. (1 Cor 15:17)
Read 1 Corinthians 15:17, 19
jesus se resurrection confirms all that He said to His disciples. It emphasizes the fact that He has redeemed us from sin.
We who believe in Him will one day rise from the dead just as He did.
According to The Heidelberg Catechism Jesus’ resurrection means the following to me: It fulfills the promise of Good Friday. It is precisely the intention of Jesus’ death on the cross that we will live. We can now put a right mark behind our name: Jesus paid all our sin debt on the cross, we are now righteous. Through Jesus, God forgives your sin. When God looks at you, He looks at you through the cross of his Son.
The resurrection also has to do with the way you live now. God’s children should live in the world as people with resurrection power; people who already experience the peace of Jesus in their lives.
The resurrection allows us to look forward to the unknown that is yet to come: death awaits each of us. But for Christians, Jesus took the sting out of death. On the cross He conquered death, and His resurrection comes to tell you that one day you will rise from the dead just like Him in a new life.
Lord Jesus, thank you very much that you not only died for me, but that you also rose from the dead so that one day I will be able to live with you. Amen
A song of praise in the morning by Nina Smit
Publisher: Christian Publishing Company
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