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Jesus Was Human & Divine | Easter 2024

Welcome to the Sermon Recap for Easter of 2024!

When you think about what the Lord has done for you, do you ever get ovewhelmed with wonder and gratitude? Jesus, the Creator of the Universe, the Magnificent King of every thing that exists, the One who needs no other to be the I Am, came to us as a baby, grew amongst His creation, died by the hand of that creation, and rose again, having been the perfect sacrifice for all of fallen man.

He is God. He took on flesh. He is both Human and Divine.

Jesus is human enough to feel your pain and to empathize with your struggles. He knows what it’s like to face temptation and to endure trials, yet He remains without sin. In Hebrews 4:15, we’re reminded that we have a High Priest who can sympathize with our weaknesses because He has been tempted in every way, just as we are, yet He did not sin.

But Christ is not just human; He is also divine. He is the Son of God, sent to earth to fulfill a divine purpose. In Hebrews 2:17, we learn that He had to be made like his brothers and sisters in every way so that He could become a merciful and faithful High Priest in service to God and could make atonement for the sins of His people.

This dual nature of Christ is essential to realize. He had to be fully human to experience our struggles, yet fully divine to provide the ultimate solution to our sin problem. As it says in 1 Timothy 3:16, “And without controversy great is the mystery of godliness: God was manifest in the flesh, justified in the Spirit, seen of angels, preached unto the Gentiles, believed on in the world, received up into glory.”

During Easter, we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ. His death on the cross paid the penalty for our sins, and His resurrection from the dead conquered sin and death once and for all. As believers, we find hope and assurance in the fact that Christ not only died for our sins but rose again, demonstrating his victory over death and offering us eternal life.

Easter is a time of celebration and reflection for Christians around the world. It’s a time to remember the sacrifice Christ made for us and to rejoice in the hope we have because of His resurrection. Let us never forget the true meaning of Easter—the triumph of Christ over sin and death, and the promise of new life for all who believe in Him.
 
In conclusion, Jesus understands our struggles because He experienced them Himself, yet He offers us hope and salvation through His death and resurrection. As we reflect on the significance of Easter, may we be reminded of God’s love for us and the incredible gift of salvation that Christ has provided.
 

Thank you for reading! May you be blessed and may God keep you, dear friend. If you would like to hear more on the wonder of Christ being both human and Divne, please watch the video below. – Pastor Anthony Wynn

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