Easter – Gods Love For Us

Religion_0046a_small_small Easter is a holiday full of mixed emotion for me.

It is a joyous event – Jesus has come to the end of His ministry as He confirms He is the Son of God promising us life with Him and God the Father. He brought healing to the lame and sick, He fed the hungry and poor and He raised the dead to life, to prepare His Disciples for His death and resurrection and to prepare us today for His return so will know and understand His power over death.

It is a heartbreaking event – Jesus has come to the end of His ministry in pain and suffering to death on the cross. Jesus the Son of God who was sinless and for 33 years had a close relationship with God our Father, there was nothing standing in-between Jesus and God, now for the first time He will find Himself separated from God as He took our sins upon Himself. Jesus became our spotless pure Lamb in the most horrific type of death.

But His ministry does not end there….

Jesus willingly went through to the cross with one purpose – to pay the price for our sins. By taking our sins upon Himself, Jesus went through a double death; first, His painful physical death on the cross and then the painful spiritual death of being separated from God.

All is not lost – Jesus has Risen! Three days after His crucifixion a group of women came to find the stone rolled away and the tomb empty.

That is Easter to millions of Christians all over the world, celebrating Jesus Christ’s death and resurrection. What love God has for us, that He sent His Son, Jesus Christ to this earth to die on the cross paying the penalty for our sins and to conquer sin once for all time, but it didn’t just stop there. He rose again to show He had conquered death for all time. He rose again so that we could have eternal life. God sees us as justified, forgiven, and holy. God sees past the imperfect people we are and sees the perfect spotless Lamb, His Son, who took our place so that we do not have to pay the ultimate price for our sins and if we accept Jesus Christ – the Son of God, and His Sacrifice, we are redeemed and will have eternal life.

Today, Easter Sunday let us remember what our Savior has done and what He went through for us,  so we can have a restored relationship and eternal life with God our Father.

Jesus Christ has RISEN today, Hallelujah!

 

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24 Responses to Easter – Gods Love For Us

  1. jmsabbagh says:

    He is Risen.Happy Easter.

  2. Nicely written about the ultimate gift.

  3. LubbyGirl says:

    May our Lord bless you on this blessed day!!

  4. utesmile says:

    May you be richly blessed! Happy Easter!

  5. Actually visualizing and feeling the pain He endured for all of us….. is so hard and yet we must in order to celebrate Easter morning as we sing.. “Jesus Christ is risen today…. Hallelujah! to feel the joy!… Happy Easter Patty……. Diane

    • Patty B says:

      Easter Blessings to you and your family too Diane, and yes once I was able to visualize what Jesus had endured for me and for all of us, I decided then that I wanted to be worthy of Him.

  6. Happy Easter.
    blessings,
    Diana xo

  7. Pingback: HE IS RISEN!! A Reason For Our Hope: Easter Sunday And The Case For Christ | These Christian Times

  8. imconfident says:

    Yes, Easter is a time for celebration. Many people dwell too much on the crucifixion and feel sad through the entire Easter season. But Jesus died to set us free from our sins so we don’t have to live in pain and suffering. We should focus on his resurrection and praise God for His unconditional love for us. Hallelujah! God is alive!

  9. Christ died to save. He lives to keep. One day soon He will return for His own.

  10. Patty B says:

    And like your blog title says we will be meeting Him in the clouds! :D

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