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Lisa Goodyear's picture

As we prepare for Resurrection Sunday, what do you believe?  

Do you believe that Christ died on the cross for the forgiveness of your sins and then rose again on the third day?  

For me, this is what I believe and I will celebrate Easter this way: 

 

 

Those who believe in 

 

His Death and Resurrection have:              Everlasting Live

 

Jesus defeated death for all those 

 

who believe in Him.  My home is 

 

not this earth…it is in heaven with 

 

Him forever.

 

 

Those who rejoice in 

 

His Death and Resurrection have:             Adoration for the Son

 

God loves us so much that He gave 

 

His son as a sacrifice for our sins.

 

I rejoice and love Jesus for His 

 

sacrifice.

 

 

Those who worship Him for 

 

His Death and Resurrection have:              Sins Forgiven

 

Jesus died for the forgiveness of 

 

our sins.  My sins have been forgiven.

 

 

Those who celebrate 

 

His Death and Resurrection have:              Thankful Hearts 

 

Jesus rose from the dead on the 

 

third day.  I celebrate and give 

 

thanks to Jesus for what He did 

 

for me.

 

 

Those who praise Him for 

 

His Death and Resurrection have:               Eternal Hope

 

Jesus is the way, the truth, and the 

 

life, no one comes to the Father 

 

except through Him.  I sing praises

 

to Jesus because I have hope in a 

 

life with Him forever.

 

 

Those who embrace Him for 

 

His Death and Resurrection have:               Redemption by the Blood

 

Jesus shed His blood to redeem 

 

us from our sins, I embrace 

 

Him with all my heart for His 

 

redeeming blood.

 

 

Happy Easter!

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Thanks for the post

 

Lisa Goodyear's picture

I am so glad you enjoyed this post Lisa.  May God bless you and draw you into a closer relationship with Him. 

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