“He is not here; for He is risen, as He said. Come, see the place where the Lord lay.”
-Rise in Hebrew is written as qum means to stand, ascend or move from a lower to a higher position with the aim of achieving a certain objective.
-The death & resurrection of Christ is the most significant occurrence in Christianity. After Christs’ resurrection He baptized us by the Holy Spirit as promised & thus dwelt in us to help us in all things. Among Jesus’ first statements to the apostles after resurrection were; I leave You the Holy Spirit & peace be with You. He commissioned them to go preaching the gospel with instructions to forgive sins at will. We know that blessed are the peace makers for they shall be called sons of God (Mat 5:9). Through Christs’ death for our sins; we are called to remain dead to sin & alive with Him through His resurrection. He has qualified us as sons of God & is seated at the right hand of the Father interceding for us. Christ has made us joint heirs with Him so that we may do all things through Him Who strengths us (Phil 4:13). This has been made possible by His unconditional love, everlasting mercy & sufficient grace for us all; that we remain victorious in all things for the glory of His name.
We rejoice for You have risen Jesus & glory Your name Lamb of God who took away our sins, have mercy o us. We humbly implore You Jesus to rise today with our infirmities, sicknesses, challenges, shortcomings & those of our loved ones, families & friends; that we may become a new creation in You & remain victorious for the glory of Your name Almighty Father. We plead Your blood Jesus over our lives, families, societies, nation & the whole world that we may rest secure in Your peace, love & grace according to Your promise & believe that we are more than conquers & nothing can stop us. All victory, power, riches, honor, strength, wisdom & blessings belong to You Lord, forever & ever. Amen
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