Our appreciation of what Christ has done for us will also make us want to be more holy; for his death, and nothing else, can set people free from the worthless manner of life passed down from one generation to the next.
We live not to please ourselves but to please Christ Christ, who brought us for himself through his death and resurrection.
The created universe should tell people that there is a supreme being, a powerful Creator, whom they should worship.
We who accepted and followed Jesus and heard his voice has eternal life, and our eternal security is guaranteed by both Jesus and his heavenly Father, with whom he was inseparably united.
Death will have no more power over us. Sin which makes death fearful and which uses the law to hold people in this state of fear, will be finally destroyed.
All who die die in Adam, all who will be made alive will be made alive in Christ.
God’s power is displayed in the preaching of the Cross of Christ through all the ages until now and the ages to come.
We are bound by love, a kind of love that prevents us from inflicting injury or undue pain to our neighbor.
Obeying the law is one way of showing our religiosity and spirituality.
Spread the truth of the resurrection by teaching it our children so they can also teach it to their children..
All of us have sinned, but the good news is, all of us can be justified, however, this justification can only happen only through the grace of God through the death of Christ.
The blood of Christ was the redemption price paid down for our salvation.
Let us fix our eyes on Jesus, our “chief leader,” and “completer” of our faith.
Jesus’ words and the details he gave about his passion and death fell on deaf ears, even until the resurrection three days after he died.
Since there is a God, there will be a day of reckoning, a day of judgment for the wicked. But living among the ungodly are godly people, for whom Judgment Day will be a day of joy.
What caused Christ suffering was more than the cruelty of his persecutors. It was our sins, we who are now asked to suffer for his sake.