Sermons on Resurrection
Mark 16:1-6; The journey of two women who were going to anoint the body of Jesus with spices at the tomb, but were greeted in a way they did not expect.
Jesus breaks down barriers. Is there something that is hindering our fruitfulness in Christ — something that keeps us from seeing Him and showing Him?
Although He would no longer be visibly present with His disciples, they would not be left alone. Jesus promised them (and all subsequent believers) four permanent sources of power and comfort: the presence of the Spirit, the presence of the Son, the presence of the Father, and the presence of the truth.
The issue before the court this morning is not that of a crime, but a claim — a claim so spectacular and so crucial that it is either the cornerstone of Christianity or its fatal flaw. Members of the jury, the claim is that Jesus Christ rose bodily from the dead.