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Easter’s Springtime celebration perfectly represents Christ’s resurrection and the renewal of life.

Easter’s Springtime celebration perfectly represents Christ’s resurrection and the renewal of life.
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GOD’S MIGHT… 

Regarding the resurrection of man in these endtimes:

“And the sea gave up the dead that were in it, and death and hell gave up their dead that were in them; and they were judged every one according to their works.”
Revelation 20:13

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How many times did Jesus appear after His resurrection?

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Jesus appeared 12 times to different group sizes ranging from just one person to 500 people:

1) Mary Magdalene (Mark 16.9-11John 20.11-18)
2) the other women at the tomb (Matthew 28.8-10)
3) Peter in Jerusalem (Luke 24.341 Cor. 15.5)
4) The two travelers on the road (Mark 16.12,13)
5) Ten disciples behind closed doors (Mark 16.14Luke 24.36-43John 20.19-25)
6) All the disciples, with Thomas (excluding Judas Iscariot) (John 20.26-311 Cor. 15.5)
7) Seven disciples while fishing (John 21.1-14)
8) Eleven disciples on the mountain (Matthew 28.16-20)
9) A crowd of 500 (1 Cor. 15.6)
10) Jesus’ brother James (1 Cor. 15.7)
11) Those who watched Jesus ascend to heaven (Luke 24.44-49Acts 1.3-8)
12) Least of all Paul as though he was not living in the proper time (1 Cor. 15.8-9Gal. 1.13-16Acts 9.1-822.9, read all of chapters 22 and 26; 13.30-37; 1 Cor. 15.10-20Gal. 2.1-10): 

  • Luke has no problem between Paul’s appearance and those made to the disciples in Luke 24, Acts 1.1-11. Luke records both types of appearances of Jesus to the disciples and to Paul.
  • “Last of all he was seen of me also” (1 Cor. 15.8).
  • “Have I not seen Jesus Christ our Lord?” (1 Cor. 9.1).
  • Others saw the light and heard the voice during Paul seeing Jesus bodily, however because Paul’s experience was post-ascension, it may be slightly different.
  • Evolution of a resurrection theory actually devolved from the accounts of the 40 days with the disciples to when Paul saw Jesus (Gal. 1.15-16).
  • “To reveal His Son in me” (Gal. 1.16,18) took three years following the Damascus road experience.
  • “And the men which journeyed with him stood speechless, hearing a voice, but seeing no man” (Acts 9.7). This presumes that Paul saw the man.

Now if so many people saw Jesus resurrected, is it really so hard to believe the saved will be resurrected at the consummation of the age of the dispensation of grace (the end of the mystery age of the church)?

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