Easter: From Death to Life

by Glen Elliott | series |

There are two kinds of deaths we all face. One is always present, and one will eventually catch up to all of us. To ignore either will be one of the most costly mistakes we’ll ever make. To ignore either will cost us life itself – now and forever. The first death is when we are physically alive but dead or dying inside. We’ve sinned, and we’ve let things die in us like hope, passion, dreams, and faith itself. Jesus is inviting us to really live and come alive to God. The Spirit that raised Jesus from the dead can help us discover what it means to really live both now and for eternity. When we trust Jesus and follow him, we have forgiveness of sins and cross over from death to life. When our bodies quit, we will be resurrected to life that never ends. The moment we believe and commit ourselves to follow Jesus, we begin the journey of really living.

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Image: God’s Story
July 25, 2021

God’s Story

All of us, whether we know it or not on the surface, long to be connected to an even bigger...

Image: Our Stories
July 18, 2021

Our Stories

Everything and everyone is part of a story. When we read the Bible, we are reading true stories that were...

Image: Fight For Hope (Psalm 42)
July 11, 2021

Fight For Hope (Psalm 42)

Every one of us has and will face the difficult and powerful emotions of grief, depression, sorrow, and despair. These...

Image: Remembering God’s Goodness (Psalm 103)
July 4, 2021

Remembering God’s Goodness (Psalm 103)

It is human nature to forget things. This Psalm reminds us that a life with God has so many benefits,...

Image: Intimacy (Psalm 139)
June 27, 2021

Intimacy (Psalm 139)

Psalm 139 reminds us that God is personal, God is present, and God is forming us. This truth has the...

Image: Confidence in God (Psalm 27)
June 20, 2021

Confidence in God (Psalm 27)

Psalm 27 was written by King David, and we can get a glimpse of his relationship with God, and his...

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