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Easter: Celebrate the Resurrection

Posted 3/28/24

This weekend is Easter Sunday! During this season it's vital to remember this holiday isn't just about chocolate bunnies and egg hunts — it's about celebrating the profound truth of the …

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Faith Walk

Easter: Celebrate the Resurrection


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This weekend is Easter Sunday! During this season it's vital to remember this holiday isn't just about chocolate bunnies and egg hunts — it's about celebrating the profound truth of the resurrection. Easter Sunday is indeed Resurrection Sunday, a day of rejoicing in the victory of Jesus over death and the grave.

The heart of Easter lies in the promise of eternal life, made possible through the resurrection of Jesus Christ. In John 11:25-26, Jesus declares, "I am the resurrection and the life. The one who believes in me will live, even though they die; and whoever lives by believing in me will never die."

These words resonate with hope, reminding us that death has been conquered and eternal life in a perfect place awaits all who believe.

The resurrection of Jesus is the centerpiece of the Christian faith—a triumphant moment that changed the course of history. Luke 24:5-6 says, "Why do you look for the living among the dead? He is not here; he has risen!" These words resonate through the ages, filling our hearts with awe and wonder at the power of our risen King and Savior.

Also, Easter is a celebration of the defeat of Satan and hell. Through His death and resurrection, Jesus dealt a decisive blow to the forces of darkness, securing victory for all who put their trust in Him. The empty tomb serves as a symbol of hope and redemption, a testament to the overwhelming love of God that triumphs over sin and evil.

As we gather with loved ones to celebrate Easter, let us remember the true reason for our joy—the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Let us rejoice in the hope of eternal life, the triumph of our risen Savior, and the defeat of Satan and hell. Easter is a time to proclaim the good news of salvation and to give thanks for the incredible gift of grace bestowed upon us. Celebrate Jesus this Easter!

You can write the Pastor at pastorbilly@findtruelife.com