Matthew 27:1-66, 28:1-20.
The darkness of the crucifixion of Jesus (Matthew 27), and the discovery of the empty tomb on that first Easter Sunday (Matthew 28), call into question why the writer of the letter to the Hebrews claimed that through Jesus we are “heirs of what was promised” and so “have this hope as an anchor for the soul, firm and secure” (Hebrews 6:17-18).
But when the light of the resurrection of Jesus bursts through the darkness, then the promise is confirmed as secure (Revelation 13:10) and The Day when Christ will return to fulfil all that has been promised (Revelation 22:7-21) is not in doubt. There is “so much more” available to us in Jesus than we can often perceive! Don’t miss out on seeing your light of resurrection hope in Jesus!
This service will be live-streamed at 11am.