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The Resurrection Of Christ (1)

At the basis of the Christian Faith lies the glorious fact of our Saviour's triumphant resurrection from the dead on the third day. This is the culminating event recorded in each of the four Gospel narratives and it is attested ...


In Old Testament Prophecy

"Who hath declared it from the beginning, that we may know?" (Isaiah 41.26). This forceful challenge through the prophet Isaiah illustrates one of God's ways in revelation. Long beforehand He declared certain of His great purposes, so that when they ...


In Old Testament Types

The resurrection of Christ as recorded in the four Gospels is a story of absorbing interest. It is also of vital consequence, because Christ's sacrificial death would have been of no avail had it not been followed by His triumphant ...


Foretold In The Lord's Ministry

On the resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ rests the whole work of redemption. Every promise God has given relative to the believer's life to come, depends on this great fact. Paul wrote to the church of God in Corinth, ...


The Four Gospel Narratives

The Christian faith rests largely - we might almost say mainly - upon the doctrine of the Resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ. The historical account of this great miracle is found in the four Gospels, respectively by Matthew, Mark, ...


The Ascension Of The Victor

Our thoughts at the outset go to a sorrowing woman standing beside an empty tomb. Mary Magdalene weeps for her Lord, whose body she supposes has been taken away, for as yet she knew not that He had risen. As ...


Its Place In Apostolic Preaching

It is quite evident that the resurrection of the Lord Jesus featured much more prominently in the preaching of the apostles, and in the early years of the dispensation generally, than it does in our preaching today. This was doubtless ...


Present Effects In The Life Of The Believer

The resurrection of Christ gives us profound assurance that many things in the purposes of God have been fulfilled. It also guarantees the fulfilment of many things which await future developments of divine purpose. But there are also effects of ...


Our Lord's Perpetual Humanity

In His incarnation the Son of God became Man. Deity and humanity were both seen in reality and perfection in one Person for the first and only time in the history of the human race. In His humanity Christ was ...


Our Lord's Resurrection Body

"He that was dead came forth, bound hand and foot with grave clothes; and his face was bound about with a napkin" (John 11.44). These strange words were not spoken of the Lord but of Lazarus of Bethany, whose experience ...


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