Tag Archives: Resurrection

Preaching the Impossible

Oh! how I thank God that salvation is something which He gives to us, for we can all receive a gift, the weakest as well as the strongest. There is literally hope for all. Continue reading

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Broken People Do Broken Things

I make no effort to make sense of senseless violence. Sometimes, all it feels you can do is throw up your hands, keep your head down, and resign yourself to the fact that “lost people do lost things.” But that is not the Christian message. Continue reading

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The Cross and the Open Tomb

If we see Him merely dying, then there is nothing for us. But Christ arose from the grave, and His resurrection assures us that He has overcome death. Continue reading

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Salvation in the Passive Voice

“No doubt Lazarus told Mary and Martha afterwards about what it felt like to be raised, but we really cannot reconstruct that conversation. However, we can be sure that Lazarus did not say that while Jesus pulled and pulled, he, … Continue reading

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No Mistaken Identity

When Mary saw Jesus and thought he was a gardener, could it have been because he looked and acted like a gardener? Maybe Mary thought he was a gardener because he was gardening. Continue reading

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Practicing the Resurrection

A funeral is where your faith is put to the test. Do you really believe all that stuff you say about the resurrection? Continue reading

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Something about the resurrection…

With all respect to the President, the resurrection of Christ does more than realign our priorities. Continue reading

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