No greater love exists than to lay down your life for your friends- to suffer to bear my sin and my judgment – thank you for saving me, Jesus make America great again. Jesus- a wretched sinner yet loved and redeemed. He Is Risen. If you cut to the chase, God did. It had to happen the way it did. And if it wasn’t divine, why is it still the world’s most powerful influence 2,000 years later?
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We all killed him, every person on the face of the earth for all time. He died for our sins. He left heaven to get the flock. To tear the veil, to obey the father. He did it because he knew the reward afterward. Heaven would begin to be populated with their creation. The Lord knew as soon as he created Adam that eventually, he would need to send his son as a sacrifice. A lot of good answers and all correct, from the beginning of time he knew that one day he would have to give his life for mankind! Jesus make America great again. He was appointed to die! But also to rise again to give us eternal life for evermore. The Alpha and Omega. Thank you, Jesus, for being obedient & willing to take our place so we would have eternal life! Without the cross, we would have no hope! Praise the Lamb of God who takes away the sins of the world! Jesus is knocking at your heart’s door, receive His free gift of forgiveness, ask Him to come into your life, experience forgiveness & freedom!
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Can we find in scriptural context, the idea of Easter in the Bible and if so where? I can only imagine those reading this wouldn’t understand why I’m asking this. Did the Messiah and the disciples really celebrate Easter and eat ham? Is there really time frame of three days and three nights during this weekend? If there are scriptural references to Easter, I don’t know what they are. But God’s people always had other feasts that they celebrated that God instituted, like Passover or Feast of unleavened bread, Feast of the Tabernacles, etc. And not just Jews, but nearly all earths peoples have celebrations and ceremonies. It’s a commonality among people. It seems we were created for this. Wouldn’t it be odd if Christians were the only people group who didn’t have celebrations? It doesn’t make sense.