Easter changes how we live – Philippians 3:1-14 Sermon

We celebrate Easter once a year, but it should make a difference to our lives the whole year round. In this sermon we think about how Easter, and especially the resurrection, makes a difference to us all the time.

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Eternal Life (Heidelberg 22)

In this session we finish off looking at the Apostle’s Creed: what does eternal life look like, and what comfort should we take from it?

There are two questions in this session. They’re based on the final lines of the Apostles’ Creed, “I believe in the resurrection of the body, and the life everlasting”.

  • Q57 “What comfort does the resurrection of the body offer you?”
  • Q58 “What comfort do you receive from the article about the life everlasting?”

A lot of people have questions about what eternal life / heaven looks like. The Bible doesn’t tell us everything we want to know – yet at the same time, there are things we can know. And it’s not about floating around in the clouds with a harp!

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Raised to new life (Heidelberg 17)

In this session we look at the best news ever – the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead. Why is it the best news? Let’s look into it!

There is only one question in this session: “How does Christ’s resurrection benefit us?” But there are three parts to the answer:

  • First, by his resurrection he has overcome death, so that he could make us share in the righteousness which he had obtained for us by his death.
  • Second, by his power we too are raised up to a new life.
  • Third, Christ’s resurrection is to us a sure pledge of our glorious resurrection.

The key thing is that the resurrection is not simply a future event, but something that makes a difference for our lives in the here and now.

If you enjoy this, you can do the whole series right here on the website, or on the app (see links on the right hand side of the page). Alternatively, I am uploading them regularly to YouTube and Facebook. All sessions on YouTube are available on this playlist.

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