“… Why do you seek the living among the dead? He is not here, but has risen…” – Luke 24: 5-6 ESV
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The Cross and The Grave
O Death where is your sting?
O Hell where is your victory?
There is none of either,
For it is Easter!
For it pleased God to bruise His heel,
And by His stripes, we are healed.
A Savior… beaten, flogged, spit upon, ridiculed.
Humble through it all.
On that rugged cross, the blood of Jesus dropped.
Securing our salvation, once and for all.
Carrying the sin of humanity upon His heart,
Crying to the Father, forsake me not.
A cry of “It is finished.”
Fulfilling prophecy that Satan could not stop.
Buried in a grave, not His own
Sealed by a stone, Dark.
Three days later.
The grave could not hold Him down.
God, looking down, said…
“Arise, My Love.”
Bursting forth, Light.
The stone was rolled away.
The Son of God, Jesus.
Sin, Death, Hell all have been defeated.
The Day that Christ rose from the grave,
The moment captives of sin were set free.
That includes you and me.
Christ is risen, indeed!
Our God is not dead; He is ALIVE.
Remember… THINK LEADERSHIP!
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This is awesome!
On Thu, Mar 29, 2018 at 9:17 AM, The Book Chamber wrote:
> thebookchambersite posted: ““… Why do you seek the living among the > dead? He is not here, but has risen…” – Luke 24: 5-6 ESV The Cross and > The Grave O Death where is your sting? O Hell where is your victory? There > is none of either, For it is Easter! For it pleased God to bru” >
Thank you very much.
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