Alleluia! Christ is risen!
Can it be true? God is in your face with a fact today: Jesus Christ has dealt with your sin and death with His death and He broke it and He triumphed and death and hell have no claim on you. IN HIM WE LIVE. Continue reading “In Him We Live”
Thank you to Pastor Tyler Peil, a guest and friend of the show, for sharing one of his Easter sermons with us. This sermon was for a sunrise service.
+In the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit. Amen.+
Alleluia! He is risen!
The unthinkable has happened: the dead came to life!
He died. And He came back. Continue reading “He is risen! Alleluia!”
It started in a garden with a woman faced with death, her man cowering behind, waiting to see what would happen. It ends in a garden with women faced with death, their men cowering behind, in this case in a locked room, to see what would happen. Continue reading “In a Garden”
Are there any who are devout lovers of God?
Let them enjoy this beautiful bright festival!
Are there any who are grateful servants?
Let them rejoice and enter into the joy of their Lord!
Are there any weary with fasting?
Let them now receive their wages! Continue reading “The Easter Sermon of John Chrysostom (circa 400 AD)”
Holy Saturday: Easter Vigil
The resurrection of Christ is everything. If this did not happen than all is lost. But if this did happen all is gained. All depends on the death and resurrection of Christ. Continue reading “This Is the Night”
One word. One word in the Greek language that sums it all up, tetelestai. It means “it is finished.” It is the word Jesus spoke on the cross announcing to the world, to His people, and to His devilish enemies that His mission was accomplished. One word that means everything to us weary souls. It is finished. It is paid for. Heaven is secure. Now hope can reign. One word, tetelestai. Continue reading “One Word”