Tag Archives: Resurrection Day

Jesus’ Resurrection is nothing to be lukewarm about

When I started hanging out with the risen Jesus, I found going to church to be a regression from my daily experience with Him. Church, like the Bible Pharisees, seems to see the living Jesus as a threat to the … Continue reading

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The Bible Resurrection events / everyday Easter

The Resurrection events in the New Testament off a closer walk with the here-and-now Jesus to everyone. Unfortunately, Christians have too often rejected the biblical, foundational rock of supernatural revelation, for the gravestone of religious knowledge and programs. The Bible … Continue reading

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The “dead Jesus complex” — part 2 — dead man risen & talking

Easter lays an egg when it begins to focus on rabbits and baskets. That stuff is part of the “dead Jesus complex” (dJc). The first disciples’ encounters with the risen Jesus were accompanied by “great joy.” Perhaps “little joy” is … Continue reading

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Let’s roll the religious stone away from Easter

The most amazing “life sentence” is: “Jesus rose!” Encountering the living Jesus will change your perspective of death. Biblical Christianity is about “location, location, location”–“Christ in you,” not Christ in a church building. Something’s terribly wrong when spoken prose about … Continue reading

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Jesus didn’t own His tomb; He just borrowed it for 3 days

On Resurrection Day, Joseph of Arimathea got his tomb back and Christ-followers got the living Jesus back, to be with them forever. What a joy to daily hang out with the risen Jesus Christ! Seeds drop off of life and … Continue reading

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Jesus’ resurrection isn’t an annual event

The resurrection of Jesus is not an annual event. He rose once and lives forever! Hang out with Him everyday! Easter verbiage is a poor substitute for resurrection vitality. Commemoration is for people and events in the past. Why commemorate … Continue reading

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