1 Corinthians 15:12-27a
Hebrews 7 Jesus is a better mediator of a better covenant because he lives forever and his ministry does not cease, by virtue of his resurrection and the power of his indestructible life.
John 11:1-44 Jesus’ miracles are meant to reveal to us the glory of God and the glory of Christ. The raising of Lazarus reveals God’s glory in three ways: in the delayed relief of human suffering, in the promise of new life, and in the ultimate revelation of Christ in the gospel.
Jesus’ claim to be equal with God his Father set the Jewish leaders on a war path. The progression of hatred will quickly lead to Jesus’ death. But what exactly did Jesus claim that was so dangerous, it changed his persecutors’ actions from hindrance to murder? More than you think.
The Resurrection event is foundational to the story of the gospel and the Christian faith. But how exactly are Christians to think about the resurrection, and why is it so important? Here we unpack the meaning of the resurrection, and discover four foundational things it accomplished for us.