He is not here, for he has risen, as he said.Matthew 28:6 (ESV)
That’s the beginning of our study on the Resurrection. We look at texts from the Old and New Testaments to explain that Christ’s resurrection is the template for what is in store for all who have accepted him as Lord and Savior.
From Genesis through Revelation, history is anchored to one overarching theme: Whose children will be raised up at the last trump.
Scriptures cited in this study:
- Job 19:25-27
- Psalm 82
- Isaiah 24:21, 26:13-27:1
- Ezekiel 39:11
- Matthew 27:45-54, 28:1-10
- 1 Peter 3:18-21
- 1 Corinthians 15 (especially verses 35 through 55)
- Revelation 20:1-15, 21:1
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I loved this study and thank you for sharing the online study tools. Where do I find the Septuagint?
Hi, Claudia: The are a number if websites that have published the text online. Here is one: https://www.biblestudytools.com/apocrypha/lxx/
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Thank you. Very interesting learning about two earthquakes. I too had never picked that up.
There is a detail that always burns my soul here… How is it that Jesus goes into what is supposedly sacred space and drives out the money changers… but the next verse tells us that those who are NOT allowed into sacred space come in and are healed.
Who else but God could even allow them to enter, and who else but God could choose to forgive it and then on top of that make them fit for sacred space by healing them?
Is this not as much of a Jesus is God mic drop moment as the walking on water and commanding chaos to cease?
sorry if this belonged to the previous episode.