Jesus Is the Resurrected Son of God (3 of 10) by Ken Trivette
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Series: Who Is Jesus?
John 12:34, Luke 24:1-8
March 27, 2005 (Easter Sunday)
1. The Proof of the Resurrection
2. The Purpose of the Resurrection
3. The Power of the Resurrection
In my opinion, the greatest question confronting our modern society, our world and each person in this place is, "Who is Jesus?" In John 12:34 the people asked "who is this son of man?" Jesus personally asked His disciples in Matthew 16:13, "Whom do men say that I the Son of man am?" As I said, I don't believe there is a more important question that needs to be asked and properly answered than this one. Because of its importance I am taking several Sunday mornings to ask and answer the question. We are looking at what the Bible has to say about Jesus.
I began by stating that Jesus is the Divine Son of God. Jesus is co-eternal, co-existent and co-equal with God. Then I stated that Jesus is the virgin-born Son of God. As we saw, if Jesus had not been born of a virgin, His death on the cross would have been useless and without eternal value. In order to be the Savior Who takes away the sin of the world, the virgin birth was absolutely necessary.
Today, seeing that it is Easter Sunday, I am going to jump ahead of certain truths about Jesus that we will consider and think of Jesus as the resurrected Son of God. I will go back and look at Jesus as the sinless Son of God, the miracle working Son of God and the dying Son of God. But today, seeing that we are celebrating His Resurrection, I thought it would be fitting to see Jesus as the resurrected Son of God.
Hallelujah, we serve a risen Saviour! Praise God, on the morning of the third day He arose from the dead! All but four of the major religions of the world are based on mere philosophical propositions and philosophical systems, not on personalities. Of those built upon a person, Christianity is only one that claims an empty tomb and a risen leader. In all ...
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