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Mark 16:4

Mark 16:4

The glorious resurrection of our Saviour is as much a part of the gospel of Christ as His sacrificial death. He was delivered to death to pay the price for our sin but His resurrection from the grave secured our justification. The message of the Cross does not finish with Christ's death on the cross, but integrates His rising from the dead. And His victory over sin; death and hell is an inescapable part of the whole story of our great Salvation.

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Mark 16:6

Mark 16:6

Were it not for the cross, we could never have been forgiven of our sins and delivered from our offenses against God, but were it not for the resurrection we would have no proof of Christ's claims to be our Saviour.

By His sinless life and substitutionary death He was victorious over death and by His resurrection he broke the power of sin and death in the lives of all who believe in Him - for as our risen and glorified Saviour, we read more...

Mark 16:9

Mark 16:9

Christ died to take the punishment for our sins and to pay the price, on our account - and the wages of sin is death. Christ died in our place. But the gospel does not end at the cross, for Christ rose from the dead, so that all who have faith in His sacrificial death and glorious resurrection, will also rise from the dead, into newness of life.

It is through faith in His redemptive work that we are given a new read more...

Mark 16:15

Mark 16:15

Those forty blissful days that followed the resurrection must have been wonderful for Christ's disciples, because the Saviour Whom they thought was dead and buried, following the gruelling time of His arrest, trial and crucifixion.. must have blossomed into a time to ecstatic gladness and joy as Jesus presented Himself to them alive.. and gave everyone His gracious reassurance that even the terrible act of denial cannot separate us from the love of God which is read more...

Mark 16:16

Mark 16:16

Having just read about Christ's appearance to two of His disciples as they walked along the road and having just recorded that Jesus rebuked His disciples for their unbelief and hardness of heart.. by refusing to believe the eye-witness accounts of Christ's resurrection.. we read that Jesus gave the disciples His great missionary commission.. to go into all the world and preach the gospel to all people. And He charged them.. that those who responded to the gospel read more...