'Resurrection' Tagged Posts

'Resurrection' Tagged Posts

Devotional on Larger Catechism Q&A 37

Devotional on Westminster Larger Catechism Q&A 37 Q&A 37: What benefits do believers receive from Christ at death? A: “The souls of believers are at their death made perfect in holiness, and do immediately pass into glory; and their bodies, being still united to Christ, do rest in their graves till the resurrection.” Reflection Death, often feared and shrouded in sorrow, holds a significantly different meaning for the believer in Christ. According to the Westminster Larger Catechism, death is not…

Friday MoRNING Devotional, 07 June 2024

Friday: The Eternal Hope of Resurrection Scripture Reading: 2 Corinthians 5:8 Reflection: As we conclude our week of devotionals, today’s focus is on the eternal hope we hold as believers—the promise of resurrection. The Apostle Paul’s words in 2 Corinthians 5:8, “To be absent from the body is to be at home with the Lord,” offer profound comfort and assurance. For Christians, death is not an end but a transition into eternal life with Christ, which begins the moment we…

WedNESDAY MorNING Devotional, 05 June 2024

Wednesday: Jesus, the Resurrection and the Life Scripture Reading: John 11:25-26 Reflection: In today’s scripture, Jesus makes a monumental declaration to Martha: “I am the Resurrection and the Life.” This statement is not merely a proclamation of His ability to raise the dead, but a profound affirmation of His authority over life and death itself. Jesus is not just a healer or a miracle worker; He is the very source of life, both now and eternally. This profound truth has…

Morning Devotional 03 June 2024

Monday: Understanding Jesus’ Delays Scripture Reading: John 11:1-6 Reflection: In today’s passage, we find Jesus receiving news of Lazarus’ sickness, yet He chooses to stay where He is for two more days. This delay is puzzling at first glance, especially considering His deep love for Lazarus and his sisters. This act, however, was not born of neglect but of profound purpose. Jesus waited because His ultimate goal was not just to heal Lazarus but to reveal a greater glory—His power…

Seven Signs of the Savior: The Raising of Lazarus John 11

https://podpoint.com/lebanonpcaabbevillesc/07-seven-signs-of-the-savior-the-raising-of-lazarus-john-11#= Reflective questions on the sermon “The Resurrection of Lazarus” can serve as a guide for personal meditation or group discussion. Here are some suggestions: Understanding God’s Timing: In the sermon, it was mentioned that Jesus delayed visiting Lazarus as a demonstration of His love, intending to reveal His glory (John 11:4-6). Reflect on a time when God’s timing in your life seemed perplexing. How did you see His purpose unfold in hindsight? Faith Beyond Sight: Jesus told His disciples…