What Easter tells us about God's love

Giving thanks for all that Christ Jesus demonstrated in overcoming death, the Apostle Paul rejoiced to the Christians at Corinth, asking, "O death, where is thy sting? O grave, where is thy victory?" (I Cor. 15:55). In the two articles that follow, we celebrate once again Jesus' faithful sacrifice and victory on behalf of mankind, showing the way out of sin and death. We offer, too, this comment from Mary Baker Eddy's Miscellaneous Writings (p. 180):

I love the Easter service: it speaks to me of Life, and not of death. Let us do our work; then we shall have part in his resurrection.

When an event literally redirects the course of history, it deserves to be examined time and again in order fully to glean its lessons for today. The Easter season focuses on such a pivotal event. The world could never be the same after Christ Jesus conquered death.

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Leveling with ourselves about sin
April 1, 1996

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