Jesus Still Died And Resurrected – Covid 19 or Not

Benefits of the resurrection of Christ

Coronavirus lockdown or not, Jesus still died and resurrected. We shouldn’t stop talking about it, no matter the conditions we find ourselves.

A few days from now, Christiandom will be celebrating the Easter, an annual event to mark the death and resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ.

Easter celebration during a pandemic

Covid 19 or not, the celebration of the death and resurrection of Jesus, which Easter symbolises, is something we will continue to do on this side of life.

Even in times like this, when it seems that the ravaging coronavirus pandemic is taking the shine off this year’s celebration, it doesn’t change the historical fact that Jesus still died and resurrected.

Easter celebration is important because without the resurrection of Jesus Christ, Christianity would be another dead religion. As Paul wrote in his first letter to the Corinthians,

“if Christ has not been raised, then our preaching is vain [useless, amounting to nothing], and your faith is also vain [imaginary, unfounded, devoid of value and benefit—not based on truth].” 1 Corinthians 15:14 AMP

While we stay locked down at home over the Covid 19 scare, it should not prevent us from appreciating and celebrating the benefits of the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ for us.

So join me to say All hail king Jesus who died to redeem us.

Happy Easter celebration to you all in advance.

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