Did Jesus really die? Could He, in fact, just have been in a coma? Before you can celebrate a resurrection, you must first establish that Jesus really died. Sceptics will argue different theories that deny the miracle, but a look at the facts and the testimonies will prove that Jesus Christ, Son of God, rose from the dead. After hope itself had died, God had the final say.
Who doesn’t love the glorious celebration of the resurrection? But in our haste to get to Easter Sunday, we sometimes miss something significant that happened a week earlier—the day we label Palm Sunday. Let’s correct our pattern and pause today to look at the scene that started it all.
Nothing has the power to free us like the truth. It aids in our maturity as we speak the truth in love, and once we know truth and really embrace it, we will be free indeed. Perhaps one of the reasons we are too hesitant to express our true feelings to another person is it may bring a measure of pain. Sometimes the truth hurts, even when we share it tactfully and graciously. And because this is true, we should learn from Jesus who was never reluctant to speak candidly and honestly.
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