The Easter 1015
The resurrection of Jesus is the most important day in all of history. The Apostle Paul tells us that if Jesus has not been raised, then we are the biggest fools of all. Why does this matter so much? The Bible tells us that in the beginning, God made all things and they were good. He set the crown of his creation, mankind, in the Garden of Eden. They were tempted by the serpent, and gave in-sinning against God. While they were cast out of the garden, God has been in pursuit of mankind ever since, seeking to restore the relationship and reconcile us to Him and to one another. God sent his Son, Jesus, to be that Reconciler.
His sacrifice on the cross paid the price of our sin, and He bore the penalty of our sins upon Himself. Then, just 3 days later, He conquered not just sin, but death by raising to life. This is why we celebrate.
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