1. May you believe, in this thin-line world, that this Jesus is for you, not against you.
  2. Although Jesus bodily ascended and is hidden from our earthly eyes, he is not far off.
  3. The story of salvation is the true story of God doing his unexpected work of salvation for us.
  4. Paul is writing as a man who has already lived a life of law-keeping while denying the resurrection.
  5. Paul thinks the consequences of Christ not being raised are worse for those who believe than those who never did if it were to be true Christ was not raised.
  6. If it’s all a fiction spun by disappointed disciples, if it’s a mere symbol for the idea of an inner awakening, if it’s not a fact that Christ has been raised, then our grief and loss have no end, and we have no hope.
  7. What if sin was truly removed and what if the one who took it from us had the power to conquer it’s curse and spit in the face of death?
  8. This week we are taking a closer look at 1 Corinthians 15:14-19 and what we lose if Christ has not been raised from the dead.
  9. This is the prelude of Easter. Is a dead Jesus still resting in the tomb? No!
  10. Dear hearers of the word of God, you are finished. You cannot be the same now. All that is ended, over.
  11. If the season of Lent is a journey, Holy Week is the destination.
  12. If we just say to God, “We don’t get it, please explain,” he will. He will send us a preacher to point us to his words for more clarification.

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