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Saturday, April 23, 2011


Wishing you a blessed Easter Season
A time of renewal
He is risen, the stone is rolled away
The tomb is empty…
How blessed we are!
The Son of God was sacrificed on our behalf for the purpose of atoning for our sins. When Jesus taught this to the people of that time, many considered it heresy and as a result, they demanded His death by crucifixion, a common means of punishment for lawbreakers. Instead of offering a defense before the councils, Jesus was silent. Why? It was the divine plan of the Father God, from the beginning of time, that this be done so that we might have forgiveness and life. It was His purpose.
The resurrection of Jesus Christ is a gift from God and fulfillment of His promise. It is the very foundation of Christianity. Since the disobedience of Adam in the Garden of Eden, all mankind is born with a sin nature. The Lord tells us that there is a price to be paid for sin and that cost is death. “For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord” (
Romans 6:23).
A life without Christ can only offer eternal death, but the acceptance of Jesus as our risen Savior gives us eternal life. Because eternal death is not what God wants for us, He provided a way of atonement through the crucifixion of His Son, Jesus, and His resurrection.
Thank you for visiting and may you take away a Blessing with you This Beautiful Easter Day!

My Christian heart to yours...


Ginny said...

He is risen indeed, Kerrie, and that makes a very wonderful Easter for both of us. Blessings.

Painting Tips and Tricks said...

He has risen!! Happy Easter!...Daniel

Tammy@Beatrice Banks said...

Thankful for the Resurrection and the blood of Jesus that washes away all of our sins! Hope you had a great Easter!

David C Brown said...

"He is risen, he is not here; behold the place where they had put him", Mark 16: 6.

The Lord bless you!