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Death no longer has dominion over Him
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[I]He is not here, for he has risen, as he said. Come, see the place where he lay. Mathew 28:6[/I]
We’ve heard it over, and over, and over again. So much so that it really can lose its meaning. We know its meaning is both powerful and beautiful, but at the same time it can come across as dull. Not that we want it to be, but being presented in a low key way of writing, and since most of us have heard it since we were babies, we have to really sit back and think about it to understand its beauty, but if we’d take the time, it might seem different.
Think about it. Before time, space, or anything else, there was God. A holy God, a God in three persons known together as the Trinity. He Himself lived without limits, and beyond the boundaries of this world. He is omniscient, omnipresent, and omnipotent. He knew the future, planned the future, and held it in His mighty hand. In both His power and His wisdom he created a universe confined by time and space, bordered with limits, and filled with beauty. He built it with a plan, a plan to glorify Himself. This plan involved beings whom He created in His image, beings who rebelled, and whom He created to redeem. Years past, thousands of years, and He judged, lead, protected, humbled, and constantly guided these people whether they knew it or not. He was doing so for a purpose. Throughout this time he gave prophesies, prophesies that spoke of a day to come, and through all the turmoil and strife this world had to offer the prophesies remained. Finally, at the right time, He sent His son to be born in human flesh, and to live a humble life so far below the unthinkable majesty He had currently dwelt in, that if we knew its extent it would be impossible for us to believe it could be real. He humbled himself, to serve. He wondered, taught, and loved those who, because of their sin, were unloved by other sinners. Finally, He was betrayed, beaten, mocked, and killed by the same people he had created, the same people He loved and worked to redeem; but why? Why would such a mighty God, a God of glory and wisdom create a world only to be killed? Couldn’t He have chosen to be glorified another way? Couldn’t he have created righteous beings who would praise and worship Him eternally? Yes, He could have, but He didn’t. I cannot explain why, nor will I be able to. I don’t know why, but I can know that He did, He loved us and, before the foundations of the world, chose to die for His people, and thus save them from eternal damnation. Yet the redemption was not just completed by His death. For death had dominion over Him, and not only Him but all who had sinned and fallen under its curse. So He was buried, and sealed in a tomb of stone. Death swollod Him, surrounded him, and triumphed over Him. However, on the third day of His death, the motionless heart began to beat, and his empty lungs took in air. He rose, and with thunder and power lived. The heavy stone that had been sealed rolled away, and He triumphed over what had held his people in bondage for so long. God almighty, with one single heart beat, conquered death and sin. After this, He met with many of His followers, telling them to teach belief and repentance to the world. He ascended into Heaven, and will one day return. Until then, He calls us to believe, to repent, and to live and love as He did. He calls us to humble ourselves and serve the lowly, encourage the broken, give to the needy. So wee live, and fight in hope that He will come, and will make this broken world new. Until then however, we wait, and love. We believe in this not because it benefits us, or because others believe in it, but we believe in this because it is true.

[I]To God be the glory, great things He has done.[/I]

Goodbye, God bless, Greenflame24!
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SnapStudio
6 months ago
I didn't read though all the text, but good work!
Greenflame24
6 months ago
@Shnappy No problem
, and thanks
Greenflame24
5 months ago
@Pryo Thank you! And yes... something did go wrong there
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