What Then Easter sermon video. It seems no one prepares for death or plans to die, yet it is the most inevitable thing about your life. You imagine and you plan what your life will be, but have you planned on WHAT THEN?

EASTER
By Pastor Delbert Young

What Then Easter sermon video

What Then Easter sermon video

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What Then Easter sermon video

Scriptures: Revelation 1:5, Luke 20:27-40, 1 Peter 1:3-4

Today is Easter Sunday, or as I like to reference it, Resurrection Sunday. The resurrection of Jesus Christ is the most powerful event in history. Jesus is the most powerful figure in history and he has been for 2,000 years. Easter/Resurrection Sunday is like a diamond. It sparkles from every angle. There is so much to enjoy and so much about which I could talk. It is the most celebrated day of Christianity and a time celebrated every year by all creation. Easter Sunday is always immediately after the Vernal Equinox, which is the official first day of spring. That means everything is budding and the living colors begin to cover the earth again. Life is alive and resurrected. Everything – animals, fish, insects, birds, all creation – begin their resurrection processes. One would think that God planned Resurrection Sunday at this time of year. Of course, he did.

They crucified Jesus on Friday and placed him in a tomb where he laid Saturday. “Low in the grave He lay, Jesus my Savior, Waiting the coming day, Jesus my Lord. Up from the grave He arose, with a mighty triumph o’er His foes, He arose a Victor from the dark domain; And He lives forever, with His saints to reign. He arose! He arose! Hallelujah! Christ arose!” The Bible says that tomb of death became a womb of life, but not for Jesus alone. Jesus became the firstborn from the dead… (continue sermon notes)

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