This sermon exhorts us to consider how the historical event of the resurrection of Jesus impacts us today. Ephesians 1:18-23 tells us that the same power that raised Jesus from the dead is living in us. This power enables us to overcome our own "super villains": the shame of our past and the fear of our future. The great news is that Jesus permanently removed our guilt and shame, replacing them with His righteousness. His death and resurrection give us a personal, secured future in which we are loved, and we get to love with God and others.
This Easter sermon, entitled "Resurrection Power," looks at several ways that the resurrection of Jesus empowers us today.
|Easter: Resurrection Power||Nate Keeler||April 21, 2019||Watch||Listen|
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