Five Things to Know About the Resurrection of Christ

April 18, 2019

He is not here: for he is risen, as he said. Come, see the place where the Lord lay. – Matthew 28:6 (KJV)

 

Because of the Resurrection, Christians receive both eternal life (John 11:25) and spiritual power (Eph. 1:19, 20). Christ’s resurrection also provides for the future resurrection of believers (1 Cor. 15:20) and is the key to victory in life because of the union with Christ (Eph. 2:6).

5 Things to Know About the Resurrection of Christ:

  1. The Resurrection was the the physical renewing of His life.
  2. The Resurrection accomplished the reunion of His body and His spirit.
  3. The Resurrection established the subjugation of death under Him.
  4. The Resurrection resulted in the attainment of His new position.
  5. Through the Resurrection, He received a transfigured body.

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This was a short excerpt from the King James Study Bible, Full-Color Edition.

Standing apart from all other KJV study Bibles on the marketthe King James Study Bible, Full Color Edition is the only Bible featuring extensive commentary, doctrinal notes, archaeological insights, and time-tested study aids developed exclusively for the King James Version.

 

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