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A word from Pastor Matt

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Matthew 28:16-17, “The 11 disciples traveled to Galilee, to the mountain where Jesus had directed them. When they saw Him, they worshiped, but some doubted.”

Easter! It is the most important day of celebration in the church. It is the day we celebrate the fact that Jesus is no longer dead; He is alive forevermore. The resurrection of Jesus changes everything! At the same time, for some, the resurrection changed nothing. Some looked at the resurrected Jesus and doubted. Have you ever wondered why they doubted? Perhaps it was the fact that the Romans were still in charge. Maybe it was that the Jewish leaders still ruled the temple. Maybe it was the knowledge that people were still becoming ill and dying, or maybe it was because their lives and families were still broken. In their doubting minds, what did it matter if Jesus is alive when their world was still broken? What they failed to understand was Jesus was not making a new world at His resurrection, rather He was opening the door to it. In one sense, not a whole lot changed at the resurrection of Jesus, but one thing for sure, a door opened and showed us what was coming. One day soon, He will do so much more than open a door to heaven, he will tear down the wall between heaven and earth and make all things new. The resurrection just allowed us a peak into the future, when at the “The Resurrection” (the raising of every believer in history), we will walk into a whole new life. Therefore, look up and be encouraged, the resurrection reminds us the best is yet to come!

 

"This is the day the Lord has made; let us rejoice and be glad in it."

Psalm 118:24 (HCSB)