The Hope of the Resurrection

April 15, 2011  •  From
God’s plan of salvation doesn’t end with the death of Christ.

Every year on Easter millions of people will gather at churches all over the world to celebrate on a day that they think commemorates the resurrection of Jesus Christ. And yet, if you were to ask many of them why Jesus Christ was resurrected, I have a feeling you’d get quite a variety of responses.

Many people today believe that man has an immortal soul and that the soul never dies—that it goes right on living forever. And of course if that were true, there certainly wouldn’t be so much in the Bible about a resurrection from the dead—a resurrection from the grave.

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