It is said that the salutation of the early believers was “Christ is risen! To which the one greeted would respond, “He is risen indeed.”
Today, even though hundreds of years have passed, we can still respond with the same certainty. “He is risen indeed!” The resurrection of Jesus Christ is a cornerstone of our faith and hope of salvation.
Some believers have an unhealthy fascination with “signs and wonders,” while others live as if God is not big enough to do the miraculous in their lives. The greatest miracle is the transforming work that God is able to do in our lives. According to Romans 8, this is the power of the resurrection.
On this Resurrection Sunday, let’s rejoice in “resurrection power.” The same power that is able to raise Jesus from the grave is able to raise us from sin and to transform us into His likeness. When He returns, it is the same power that will raise us to be with Him forever.
Have a blessed Resurrection Sunday as you celebrate Resurrection Power.
He is Risen Indeed!