What I learned about resurrection

The crucifixion of Christ Jesus is an event all Christians are familiar with. How grateful we can all be, though, that the crucifixion is not where Jesus’ story ends! After Jesus is taken down from the cross, he spends three days in a tomb, an experience that Mary Baker Eddy says gave him “a refuge from his foes, a place in which to solve the great problem of being” (Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, p. 44). Then, the stone is rolled away, and he arises from the tomb. 

He had annulled the so-called laws of material science and demonstrated the scientific and sublime proof of eternal Life. Demonstrating his spiritual identity as the eternal Christ enabled Jesus to rise from death. This is what is known as the resurrection. And the eternal Christ, the truth of eternal Life, is not dead at all but is in fact very much alive and able to bring about our own resurrection from mortality! 

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