Sermons on The Resurrection of Christ
Twenty centuries later, we can still see the truth of the Resurrection.
Jesus is the new temple. Authentic worship is no longer attached to any place. It is attached to Jesus.
Jesus will always be our shepherd and we will always get the incomparable joy of being his sheep.
If we are saved by Christ's death, what does his resurrection add?
Christ is alive and able to persuade you that he is true and the greatest treasure in the universe.
Of all the great things that Easter means, it also means this: it is a mighty "I meant it!" behind Jesus' death.
The greatest news in all the world is in order to make you happy and glorify Jesus, God raised him from the dead to reign forevermore.
He is risen! Trust him today. By his mercy he can forgive your sins. And by his sovereignty he can turn all things for your good.
Jesus' delight in dying and rising was to enable others to rise from the dead and enjoy his majesty forever.
Jesus died to meet your needs. He rose to meet your needs. He reigns to meet your needs—and make you happy in him forever.
On Easter Sunday morning Jesus blew the lock off the prison of death and gloom and returned to the gladness of God.
The story of Easter doesn't end with a mangled shepherd lying dead among three dead wolves.