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The Resurrection of Christ impacts everything (Matthew 28:1-10, 1 Corinthians 15:1-58)

Tony FelichTony Felich, April 24, 2011
Part of the Holy Week series, preached at a Morning Worship service


The resurrection of Jesus Christ is an historical event that impacts everything that exists, giving our lives genuine meaning and significance, all for the glory of God.
I. Christ’s resurrection is the anchor of the gospel (1-11)
II .Christ’s resurrection proves a final resurrection to come (12-19)
III. Christ’s resurrection proves His acceptance (by God) as our representative and the surety for our own resurrection (20-23)
IV. The Final resurrection will be the culmination of Christ’s dominion now begun (24-28)
V. Our resurrection bodies will be like our current bodies…but much better! (35-49)
VI. The Final resurrection will be a magnificent display of the glory of God (50-57)
VII. The reality of Christ’s resurrection and our future resurrection gives our lives meaning and significance. (58)

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