Life Altering Event
During your lifetime, you have experienced certain life-changing events. Perhaps it was the birth of a child or grandchild, a marriage between two special friends, a significant monetary raise at work – or on the opposite side of the spectrum – a catastrophic natural disaster or a devastating unnecessary horrible attack. These events changed you.
He is not here, for he has risen, as he said. Come, see the place where he lay.
– Matthew 28:6 ESV
Mary Magdalene got to experience a life-altering event. The resurrection of Jesus brought hope and new beginnings to those who put their faith in Him. This momentous occasion proved that death is not the end but the beginning of an eternity with God. The resurrection conveys a message of hope and transformation with the power to comfort and uplift those who are facing difficult times or need direction.
Today, the newsworthy world events communicated create uncertainty. But the resurrection of Jesus Christ remains a constant reminder that the Lord’s power is at work. It tells us that God has a purpose for your life and is always with you, no matter what you face. His message of hope can sustain you through even the most challenging moments and give you the strength to keep moving forward.
Jesus’ resurrection conveys a message of hope and promises fulfilled.
Easter is a time of remembrance and celebration of hope. The resurrection of Jesus is about second chances. It offers you, and anyone who believes, a fresh start and the opportunity to live a life of greater meaning and purpose. Regardless of your challenges, the resurrection provides new hope and direction in life.
Hold onto the message of hope and new beginnings that comes with Christ’s resurrection. Choose to live your life in a way that brings glory to God and positively impacts the world. Be inspired by the example of Jesus and be a beacon of hope to those around you.
Today’s One Thing
Proclaim the truth of the resurrection, just as it says in Matthew 28:6, “He is not here, for He has risen, just as He said.” Share this message of hope and love with those in your closest community group.