Article No. 0188

Why There Is
Hope For The Dead

“Christ has been raised from the dead,
(and because he did, he is)
the first fruits of those who are asleep .”

1 Corinthians 15:20 (paraphrased)

What does Easter Sunday - more appropriately Resurrection Sunday - really mean?

There is
Hope for the dead,
therefore there is
Hope for the Living

The historical fact is that Jesus Christ was crucified, died, and buried. This is not only accounted for by the Gospel, but by historians of the time and Roman records. This we know for certain, but here is the most important question all of us must answer. Did Jesus really rise from the dead?

That answer, according to the Bible is YES, and if that is true, then Christianity must also be true. No other founder of a religion had been said to conquer death, so in this statement alone, Christ and Christianity are not similar to other belief systems, but diametrically in opposition! Therefore if true, Christ's death and resurrection not only opened the way for those faithful saints who had died (were “asleep”) but also all those living going forward....with one simple stipulation. Jesus said:

“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.
Do you believe this?”
John 11:25-26

The question is, “Well......DO YOU?

God Bless Your Day
Jesus Loves You

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