The Graverobber

The Resurrectionists

Jesus defeated death by not staying dead. In order to not be in bondage to death, He had to die physically. But He knew, though His body was dead, that His Spirit would be alive, and in three days, the Holy Spirit, the breath of the Father, the ultimate Graverobber, would recreate His body, filling it full of the life of God so that it would never die. Death has no rule over Him because He can no longer die, and this is our guarantee of His return and our body’s resurrection. He cannot die. We are made one with Him through the love of the Father and the power of the Holy Spirit, and not through any power of our own. So we are as eternal as He is. And God’s grace did all of that.

“For we know that the whole creation groaneth and travaileth in pain together until now. And not only they, but ourselves also, which have the firstfruits of the Spirit, even we ourselves groan within ourselves, waiting for the adoption, to wit, the redemption of our body.” (Romans 8:22-23)

Celebrate His Resurrection this Easter. For though sin and death once reigned within us, through our confession of salvation, we now live eternally in healing, favor, and abundance. Glory to God the Father whose "so love" did all that!

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He’d raised the dead, Lazarus-style. Josiah Crews set aside his calling when his wife died. Consumed by grief, he buried his commitment to God and any thought of the lives he might save, determined to live a mundane existence. But when the death of a man in an alley brings the power of God onto the scene, a ripple of unusual events launches him back into service.

Veronica Murray moved to a tiny apartment in the city following a troubling divorce, but her teenage daughter’s behavior combined with their low income has made her life unhappy and stressful. When her neighbor reprimands her daughter, following a particularly bad outing, a friendship forms. Except nothing is what it seems, not why people are dying, nor his reaction to it. Nor how it affects their possible future.

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