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April 21, 2014
Resurrection
Mark 9

 

Within three days Jesus' followers went from heartbroken sadness to triumphant jubilation. The cross screamed, "The End," making them feel hopeless and helpless. But the resurrection trumpeted, "The Beginning," bringing confidence and courage. The cloud of doubt and despair that had shrouded them melted away and was replaced with unshakeable faith.

 

Can you imagine how they felt when they realized Jesus had risen from the dead? Suddenly hope came alive; now everything He had said was validated as truth. They had not believed a lie. His victory over death was the acid test that forever sealed their sure conviction that He was the Messiah.

 

We commemorate Jesus' death on the cross with solemnity, but the resurrection calls for thunderous applause, praise, and song. All the blessings that come our way through the Savior's cross are confirmed by the resurrection. It proved that the Father was satisfied with the Son's payment for our sins. Now we can know that our transgressions are forgiven and we're eternally secure.

 

What's more, Jesus promises that we, too, will be resurrected and given new bodies. Physical death could not hold Him, nor will it overpower us. Because He overcame the grave, His followers have the same kind of life He has - eternal and indestructible.

 

As Christians, we have the right to celebrate Easter with great rejoicing. Because of this event, our lives have been forever changed. We've been transformed and given new life. With unwavering faith, we trust the Bible because Christ's power over the grave proves He can and will fulfill every word.

 

Used with permission from In Touch Ministries, Inc.

 

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Upcoming Series:

 



To the dead man, Jesus was life. To the prostitute, He was a second chance. To the searching, He was the long-awaited answer. Discover what it means when He says, "I Am Jesus." In this series, learn some of the different ways Jesus is represented in the Bible: as the Resurrection and the Life, as the Good Shepherd, as the Light of the World, and as the Vine.

 

Last Week:

 

      Are you dead in your doubting like Thomas? Or, dead in your discouragement like Mary? Or, maybe you're dead in delay like Martha. Come to Christ as He can resurrect you.
      Sunday's message is available for streaming or for download on our website, just under the calendar, or by visiting us on iTunes.

 

Next Week:

 

      Next Sunday we will continue our series with I Am The Good Shepherd.

 

Upcoming Events

 

April 21 - Ladies Bible Study at 6:30 PM at Linda's house.

 

April 26 - Milt Loffert's Memorial Service at 12 PM.

 

April 27 - Lord's Supper & Deacon's Fund Offering following AM Worship Service

 

May 4 - No Carry-in Fellowship Dinner

 

May 18 - Church Anniversary Celebration - We will be celebrating 120 years that our church has been in Midway. We will be having a carry-in dinner as well as the unveiling of the redone church bell.

 

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