Two Acts of God – Part 2

The resurrection holds a profound significance for each of us, and it is an event that brings hope and transformation to our lives. In this final part of our “Two Acts of God” series, we explore ten incredible reasons to be excited about Jesus rising from the dead.

We’ll discover that the resurrection means our faith is not in vain and that we can rest assured that our salvation is permanent. We’ll also see how the resurrection (not just the cross!) is the source of a good conscience.

Check out this message to deepen your understanding of Christ’s resurrection and celebrate the very core of our Christian faith!

Discussion Questions:

  1. In your own words, what does the resurrection mean to you?
  2. Why is our faith “worthless” if Christ has not been raised? (see 1 Corinthians 15:17)
  3. React to this statement: I will be saved as long as Jesus lives. (see Hebrews 7:25)
  4. React to this statement: I have an imparted-life righteousness. (see Galatians 3:21)
  5. Why do you think Peter mentions the resurrection (not the cross) as the source of a good conscience? (see 1 Peter 3:21)
  6. Of all the benefits of the resurrection, which impacts you the most? Why?

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