The Resurrection Of Jesus The Christ

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INTRODUCTION The Resurrection of Jesus the Christ validates who Jesus was and is. Jesus has, or had not been resurrected everything about Him is annulled. Furthermore, it invalidates who we are as followers of Christ; the passage where this truth is emphasized more than any other is in John’s writing of his account of the Gospel with the foretold and predictions of the righteous, unrighteous, and of Jesus’ own resurrection; John 5:24-29 . If one was to look in the Holman Christian Apologetic Study Bible (Holman 2003), they may see a note that is in reference and a prediction (or prophecy) of this passage of scripture that deals with Jesus (a person whom has already died an earthly death is in reference to Job) own resurrection, in which it is found in Job (19:23-27); the Scripture says, “I wish that my words were written down, that they were recorded on a scroll or were inscribed in stone forever by an iron stylus and lead! But I know my living Redeemer, and He will stand on the dust at last. Even after my skin has been destroyed, yet I will see God in my flesh. I will see Him myself; my eyes will look at [Him], and not as a stranger. My heart longs within me.” This critique and analyze the following passage of Scripture that will outline the One whom is it that John is talking about (in the Gospel of St. John; chapter 5 verses 24 thru 29); who is it that Jesus is talking, who shall be “judged” (is the righteous or the unrighteous); who is being addressed, and…
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