The 5 Miracles of Easter
The 5 miracles we cover here don’t tell the whole redemptive story of the resurrection of Jesus. But, they are good reminders of the power and majesty of God during one of the most important times in human history.
One at a Time
Interested in learning more? If so, peruse the links below to learn more about the 5 miracles of Easter.
Considering the imagery of darkness in other moments of Biblical history, perhaps God was saying something in the darkness of Crucifixion Day.
Neither by the blood of goats and calves, but by his own blood he entered in once into the holy place, having obtained eternal redemption for us.
So how should we praise Him? We should praise Him with our lips, of course, but do not forget, we should also praise Him with our lives.
The resurrection of these saints reinforces the unlimited power of God and the ultimate purpose of God.
Just as the cross demanded a response from the soldiers, Jesus, through the cross, demands and deserves a response from us.
Looking for More?
If you love The 5 Miracles but still need more resources, we’re happy to provide those as well. So then, use the list below to find more concerning the resurrection.
First, check out RightNow Media for resources and tools to help you to preach and teach through the resurrection of Jesus. Want to go further in other areas of study? They have a wide range of studies and topics available to you.
Secondly, this book, a collection of sermons gathered together by Dr. Warren Wiersbe, features 12 historical sermons on the subject.
Thirdly, this video features a well-known debate about the resurrection between Dr. Bart D. Ehrman and Dr. William Lane Craig, held March 28, 2006 at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts.
Lastly, in this interview, historian and philosopher Dr. Gary Habermas explains the evidence for the Resurrection of Jesus.