Easter is the time where Jesus calls you back home. There is forgiveness for our past, power in our present, and hope for the future because Christ rose.
Romans executed Jesus after an illegal arrest. It’s our way to forgiveness and a life with God we don’t deserve. His followers died for the belief He lives.
We get forgiveness because of Christ. Christians based their faith on the events of his death and resurrection rather than just a philosophy.
Christ died at the hands of law-abiding leaders and good people who tortured and led him to his execution. He came to make dead people alive rather than just good.
God showed up and did what was necessary to save us from sin. The only thing left for us to do is simply receive the gift God has given. Chapter 24 of the Gospel.
Paul says it’s vital to know that Jesus died for our sins voluntarily and that he rose from the dead. This belief is the core, and faith is in vain if for skeptics.
The women who went to prepare his body for a funeral were expecting Jesus to be dead. Even Peter wondered what happened when he witnessed Christ’s empty tomb.
Christ allows us to experience enduring hope. Jesus broke the rules of death so he could help rescue people. He gives us an enduring solution to our problems.