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on the morning of the resurrection, Mary mistook Jesus for the gardener; today many mistake Jesus for everything accept their savior.
Has there ever been a time when you paid a bill in full. How did you feel? The empty cross is a reminder of our sin bill, which has been paid in full. Isaiah 53:5 Matthew 28:6 INCLUDES: Word and Text Files, Powerpoint Slides, Bulletin Insert Art.
There is much to be learned from folded clothes and empty tombs. INCLUDES: Word and text files, Powerpoint slides, and Bulletin insert art
Jesus did everything he said he would do, including rising after three days and nights. Matthew 28:6 INCLUDES:Word and text files, Powerpoint Slides and Bulletin insert art.
We celebrate the resurrection of Christ because we know that if he lives, we live also. If he arose, so shall we live eternally.
1 Corinthians 015:013
Christ came into the world with death as his mission, but resurrection and salvation as his goal. Luke 24:7 Also Easter INCLUDES: word and text files, Power Point slides, bulletin insert art.
We are happy to know that God has forgiven our sins by his stripes.
We know that the road to destruction is broad, but the way of righteousness is narrow but traveled by few. We should not please the crowd.
What evidence could a thorough examination of the cross scene reveal to us? If we look at the cross and the empty tomb, what truths can we learn about these two events that would help us to
reach a decision about the power of God in our lives? More
importantly, what evidence could we find in our lives that he
is truly risen and is our Lord and savior? INCLUDES: word and text files, Power Point slides, bulletin insert art.
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