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…Christ in you, the hope of glory. (Col. 1:27)

Ever read a good mystery or watched a mystery movie? Have you found yourself trying to put the pieces together to figure out ‘whodunit’? God has been writing a world-class mystery– a redemptive mystery that the angels longed to solve and that the devil himself could not peer into. God’s mystery was hidden for thousands of years, until the fullness of times, when Jesus came to the earth He created. His visitation to earth was a mystery. He preached a mighty storm. He performed miracles. He walked on water. He manifested the glory of God everywhere He went. Still, people doubted. It took a while for the devil to figure out who He was.

When the devil recognized the clues and put the prophetic predictions together, he went on a mission to snuff this Jesus out; Jesus played along – sort of. Then, on what we know as Good Friday, the devil completed his task and thought he had been successful in having Jesus crucified like a criminal. As Jesus went to hell in our place, Satan thought he pulled a fast one. It looked like the last chapter in the big mystery.

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In His death on the cross, Jesus was demonstrating the condition of humanity and ending the reign of sin.

Life is made of many lessons. The greatest life lesson comes from the cross of Jesus Christ. Actually, the cross teaches us that man’s greatest need is not just lessons, but life itself! Many religions offer good lessons, but only Jesus gives life. Because of His love for His creation, He gave the gift of life.

I heard a funny story about a man in the days of the “wild west” who was caught stealing horses. The penalty for being a horse thief was death by a public hanging. On the day of his hanging, he was asked if he had any last words. He said, “This sure am gonna teach me a lesson!”

It’s sad that death is the ultimate lesson that will cure bad behavior! Humanity has a problem that cannot be cured with education, medicine, religion or training in good manners. The death and resurrection of Jesus Christ was God’s answer to man’s greatest need. What happened on the cross and what does it teach us today?

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I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the ending, saith the Lord, which is, and which was, and which is to come, the Almighty....I am Alpha and Omega, the first and the last...Fear not; I am the first and the last: I am he that liveth, and was dead; and, behold, I am alive for evermore, Amen; and have the keys of hell and of death. (Rev. 1:8,11,17-18)
This is what Easter is all about. Jesus is alive forevermore. He was dead but He now lives and He has the keys of hell and death. The essence of this wonderful truth is that Jesus has broken the power of death over human life for all who will come to a place of understanding and faith.

This is what Easter is all about. Jesus is alive forevermore. He was dead but He now lives and He has the keys of hell and death. The essence of this wonderful truth is that Jesus has broken the power of death over human life for all who will come to a place of understanding and faith.

Jesus says I'm Alpha and Omega. Of course, that means the beginning and the ending. We know He is the beginning. He's the Creator, Almighty God. Everything springs and emanates from Him. Obviously he's the beginning.

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