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The Revival of Jesus. Lesson 1 The Scriptural Affirmation. Presentation. Restoration of Jesus – focal reality of Christianity Affirms reason for His passing and builds up premise for His worship, now controlling most importantly If Jesus was not raised, then His cases and activities are invalid
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The Resurrection of Jesus Lesson 1 The Biblical Testimony

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Introduction Resurrection of Jesus – focal actuality of Christianity Confirms motivation behind His demise and builds up premise for His magnification, now managing most importantly If Jesus was not raised, then His cases and activities are invalid Along with the Creation, Jesus’ revival is firmly denied by numerous

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Introduction Examples – Evolution hypothesis (denying God as Creator) and Jeffersonian (Bible halted after Matthew 27:60 denying Jesus’ restoration) Belief in Jesus’ passing and revival frequently underestimated Forget that these indispensable truths depend on sensible affirmation not human feelings or customs

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Introduction We accept not in view of emotions or propensity but rather in light of the solid confirmation of the Word of God which we have perused Many old works with just few duplicates in presence acknowledged as dependable while the New Testament with a large number of duplicates in presence seen as problematic Lessons intended to fortify confidence in the living Lord whom we ought to trust for absolution, everlasting life and day by day quality

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The Resurrection of Jesus The scriptural affirmation Biblical affirmation contrasted with man’s speculations If the revival is genuine or false, then… God’s changing force in the revival and gospel

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The Biblical Testimony Historical nature of the scriptural affirmation Trustworthy nature of the scriptural confirmation Importance of Jesus’ demise, internment and restoration Biblical affirmation of Jesus’ demise, entombment and restoration

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Historical Nature Of The Biblical Testimony New Testament not written in “once up a time” tall tale sort dialect Written in authentic style taking note of individuals, spots, occasions and things If realities mistaken, could be effortlessly demonstrated by anybody Notice a few illustrations

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Historical Nature Of The Biblical Testimony Luk 1:1 Inasmuch the same number of have attempted to gather a record of the things achieved among us, Luk 1:2 pretty much as they were passed on to us by the individuals who from the earliest starting point were onlookers and hirelings of the word,

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Historical Nature Of The Biblical Testimony Luk 1:3 it appeared to be fitting for me also, having researched everything deliberately from the earliest starting point, to compose it out for you in continuous request, most incredible Theophilus; Luk 1:4 so that you may know the accurate truth about the things you have been taught.

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Historical Nature Of The Biblical Testimony Luk 2:1 Now in those days a pronouncement went out from Caesar Augustus, that a statistics be taken of all the occupied earth. Luk 2:2 This was the first evaluation taken while Quirinius was legislative head of Syria. Luk 2:3 And everybody was headed to enroll for the evaluation, each to his own city.

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Historical Nature Of The Biblical Testimony Luk 2:4 Joseph likewise went up from Galilee, from the city of Nazareth, to Judea, to the city of David which is called Bethlehem, on the grounds that he was of the house and group of David, Luk 2:5 keeping in mind the end goal to enlist alongside Mary, who was locked in to him, and was pregnant.

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Historical Nature Of The Biblical Testimony Luk 3:1 Now in the fifteenth year of the rule of Tiberius Caesar, when Pontius Pilate was legislative head of Judea, and Herod was tetrarch of Galilee, and his sibling Philip was tetrarch of the locale of Ituraea and Trachonitis, and Lysanias was tetrarch of Abilene, Luk 3:2 in the high ministry of Annas and Caiaphas, the expression of God came to John, the child of Zacharias, in the wild.

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Historical Nature Of The Biblical Testimony Luk 3:3 And he came into all the area around the Jordan, lecturing an immersion of atonement for the absolution of sins;

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Historical Nature Of The Biblical Testimony Act 1:1 The first record I made, Theophilus, about all that Jesus started to do and instruct, Act 1:2 until the day when He was taken up to paradise, after He had by the Holy Spirit offered requests to the witnesses whom He had picked.

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Historical Nature Of The Biblical Testimony Act 1:3 To these He likewise introduced Himself alive after His agony, by numerous persuading evidences, appearing to them over a time of forty days and talking about the things concerning the kingdom of God.

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Trustworthy Nature Of The Biblical Testimony Biblical affirmation as dependable as any human confirmation meeting norms of unwavering quality intended to assess court confirmation What makes witnesses convincing and reliable? Trustworthiness Competence Sufficient number

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Trustworthy Nature Of The Biblical Testimony Our faith in confirmation of Jesus’ demise, entombment and restoration structure establishment for all else we are to trust and obey If we trust these essential certainties, then we should take after the same rules for comprehension scriptural affirmation regarding how we ought to be spared, adore God and work with a neighborhood church

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Trustworthy Nature Of The Biblical Testimony Act 1:21 "Therefore it is fundamental that of the men who have went with every one of us the time that the Lord Jesus went in and out among us- - Act 1:22 starting with the absolution of John until the day that He was taken up from us- - one of these must turn into a witness with us of His resurrection."

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Trustworthy Nature Of The Biblical Testimony 1Jn 1:1 What was from the earliest starting point, what we have listened, what we have seen with our eyes, what we have taken a gander at and touched with our hands, concerning the Word of Life- - 1Jn 1:2 and the life was showed, and we have seen and affirm and announce to you the everlasting life, which was with the Father and was showed to us- -

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Trustworthy Nature Of The Biblical Testimony 1Jn 1:3 what we have seen and heard we broadcast to you likewise so that you too may have cooperation with us; and for sure our partnership is with the Father, and with His Son Jesus Christ. 1Jn 1:4 These things we compose so that our happiness may be made finished.

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Trustworthy Nature Of The Biblical Testimony Joh 20:30 Therefore numerous different signs Jesus additionally performed in the pupils\' vicinity, which are not composed in this book; Joh 20:31 but rather these have been composed so that you may trust that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God; and that trusting you may have life in His name.

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Importance Of Jesus’ Death, Burial And Resurrection 1Co 15:1 Now I make known not, brethren, the gospel which I lectured you, which likewise you got, in which additionally you stand, 1Co 15:2 by which likewise you are spared, on the off chance that you hold quick the word which I lectured you, unless you put stock futile.

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Importance Of Jesus’ Death, Burial And Resurrection 1Co 15:3 For I conveyed to you starting first significance what I additionally got, that Christ kicked the bucket for our wrongdoings as indicated by the Scriptures, 1Co 15:4 and that He was covered, and that He was raised on the third day as per the Scriptures, 1Co 15:5 and that He appeared to Cephas, then to the twelve.

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Importance Of Jesus’ Death, Burial And Resurrection 1Co 15:6 After that He appeared to more than five hundred brethren at one time, the majority of whom stay as of not long ago, yet some have nodded off; 1Co 15:7 then He appeared to James, then to every one of the witnesses; 1Co 15:8 and lastly, as to one awkward conceived, He appeared to me moreover.

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The Biblical Testimony Historical nature of the scriptural confirmation Trustworthy nature of the scriptural affirmation Importance of Jesus’ passing, entombment and revival Biblical confirmation of Jesus’ demise, internment and restoration

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Biblical Testimony Of Jesus’ Death, Burial And Resurrection As we read the scriptural record, we may ask, “Where are the gaps in the account?” I have examined it commonly and can\'t discover any gaps in it that make me have questions of its honesty Let us sincerely and submissively consider the proof for Jesus’ demise, entombment and revival

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Jesus Foretold His Death and Resurrection Mar 8:31 And He started to show them that the Son of Man must endure numerous things and be dismisses by the older folks and the boss ministers and the copyists, and be killed, and following three days rise once more. Damage 8:32 And He was expressing the matter doubtlessly. What\'s more, Peter took Him aside and started to censure Him.

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Jesus Foretold His Death and Resurrection Mar 8:33 But pivoting and seeing His devotees, He censured Peter and *said, "Get behind Me, Satan; for you are not setting your brain on God\'s hobbies, but rather man\'s." Luk 18:31 Then He took the twelve aside and said to them, "Behold, we are set up to Jerusalem, and all things which are composed through the prophets about the Son of Man will be proficient.

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Jesus Foretold His Death and Resurrection Luk 18:32 "For He will be given over to the Gentiles, and will be taunted and abused and spit upon, Luk 18:33 and after they have scourged Him, they will kill Him; and the third day He will rise again."

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Jesus Foretold His Death and Resurrection Luk 18:34 But the devotees saw none of these things, and the importance of this announcement was escaped them, and they didn\'t appreciate the things that were said.

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Jesus Foretold His Death and Resurrection Mat 26:28 for this is My blood of the agreement, which is poured out for some for absolution of sins. Mat 26:31 Then Jesus *said to them, "You will all fall away due to Me this night, for it is composed, \'I WILL STRIKE DOWN THE SHEPHERD, AND THE SHEEP OF THE FLOCK SHALL BE SCATTERED.\' Mat 26:32 "But after I have been raised, I will venture out in front of you to Galilee."

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