Jesus warned the disciples more than once about the future suffering He would endure. He told them He would die and rise again. After His death and resurrection, they received messages telling them He was alive, but they refused to consider the truth.
Christianity is based on Jesus’ sacrificial death and resurrection. Since we know the truth and want others to receive the gift of eternal life, we should seek to proclaim the good news of Jesus’ death and resurrection to others.
Over the last century, especially, archeology and historical studies have proven the facts of many of the people, places and things discussed in Scripture. But one of the most difficult things for unbelievers to grapple with is the account of the resurrection of Jesus Christ found in the Gospels.
While some Christians shun the entire Easter holiday as a pagan celebration, others draw from history to celebrate at least one important aspect: the significance of the precious Lamb of God. Why is the Lamb of God much more symbolic at Easter?
Christian celebrity Chris Pratt is widely known for his acting roles. But we know him as a man of faith. Chris Pratt set out one Easter Sunday to put up a giant, metal cross, which he documented on his Instagram account, we couldn’t help but cheer!