How Do You View Christ’s Resurrection Today? Part Two
“if Christ has not been raised, your faith is futile, and you are still in your sins.” 1 Corinthians 15:17
Those who believe that resurrection is a historical event are often seen as a sign of past hope and salvation. It is seen as proof that Jesus was the Son of God and that he died on the cross to provide salvation for humankind. Those who believe that the resurrection is still happening today see it as a symbol of new life and hope. They believe that Jesus is alive and that he is still working miracles in the world. This view of the resurrection often inspires people to live their lives with greater purpose and hope.
It doesn’t matter what your perspective is; the most important thing to remember is that resurrection is an important part of Christianity, and it continues to have a powerful impact on the lives of believers worldwide. Without the power of resurrection, all our hopes for eternity sink, and there would be nothing to call Christianity today. Therefore, It is a time when we can see the power of God at work in the world. If you choose to focus on the past while others focus on the present, the truth is that we need to focus on both the past and the present to understand the resurrection of Jesus.
Romans 4:25 says, “Jesus was delivered over to death for our trespasses and was raised to life for our justification.”
However, God wants to meet us in the present and change our future. He is constantly working in us to make us more like Jesus. No matter what your past looks like, God wants to forgive you and start fresh with you. He loves you and wants to be involved in your life. Let God into your life if you’re looking for a fresh start. He wants to forgive you and give you a new beginning. Be honest with Him about your past and ask Him to help you overcome your mistakes. He will never turn you away, and He will always be there for you.
While the specifics of what happened 2,000 years ago are still up for debate, the spiritual significance of Jesus’ resurrection is undeniable. Easter is a time to reflect on the sacrifice that Jesus made for us and celebrate the hope of eternal life available to all who believe. Remember that God’s plan for your life is far better than anything you could imagine, and don’t allow your past to deny you your future. Believe in Him, and your life will change. 1 Corinthians 15:21 says, “For as by a man came death, by a man has also come the resurrection of the dead.”
Oh Lord, give me the strength to face my fears and doubts in Jesus’ name. Amen.