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Easter Sunday

As we celebrate Easter Sunday and the resurrection of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, it is imperative we understand Jesus is the Way, the Truth, and the Life. Jesus died on the cross so that, we as believers, would have:

  1. Life, fullness, completeness, and blessings (His body)

  2. Remission of sin, protection, and empowerment (His blood)


As a part of His “sentence”, Jesus was beaten. The stripes on His back were for our healing…As Jesus was crucified, He was chastised, He was mocked and ridiculed. Through it all, He fulfilled His prophetic destiny… Giving eternal life to all of those who believe.


On the cross, Jesus did (and became) 3 things:

  1. Forgave those who were responsible: His death was necessary. Out of ignorance they carried out His prophetic destiny

  2. Restored the relationship with man that was broken by Adam: What was destroyed in the Garden of eden was resorted in the Garden of Gethsemane.

  3. He became the Covenant Husband for His Bride, the Church.


Therefore as we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus… all we have to do is confess with our mouth and believe in our heart you are saved. Jesus took back authority over our lives and and we serve a LIVING God today!!!


#risenking #Easter #resurrection #bodyandblood


Blessings and Peace!

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