Posted by: Pure Glory | 04/10/2020

Remember, Sunday Is Coming!

by Hazel Straub

Full of despair, due to your circumstances? Jesus was crucified on a cross, after jealous religious leaders, turned him over to the Romans, for death on a cross. The trial a mockery, was stealthily held in the middle of the night, and the testimony of the witnesses conflicted with each other. It looked hopeless, to his disciples, who scattered.

Jesus laid down his life, and asked his Heavenly Father to forgive those who did this because they did not know what they were doing. He was whipped, beaten, spit on, his beard plucked out, stripped naked, mocked, shamed, a crown of thorns crushed his head, his hands, feet, and his side were pierced and he died a shameful death. He did not look human, due to all the abuse he suffered. He took the penalty for our sins, so we could live.

The enemy of our souls, rejoiced because he thought he had won. He did not realize that this was the plan of our loving Daddy God, to redeem all of the human race, from their twisted thinking, sins, diseases and curses. What appeared as the biggest defeat of God, instead was a wondrous plan of redemption.

After the crucifixion, the disciples of Jesus, hid because of fear. They forgot that Jesus would be resurrected on the third day.

Remember, God turns what is meant for evil to good. It is not hopeless, Sunday is coming! The resurrection of Jesus turns the darkness to light and new life!

Even though it pleased Yahweh
to crush him with grief,
he will be restored to favor.
After his soul becomes a guilt-offering,
he will gaze upon his many offspring and prolong his days.
And through him, Yahweh’s deepest desires
will be fully accomplished.
After the great anguish of his soul,
he will see light and be fully satisfied.
By knowing him, the righteous one,
my servant will make many to be righteous,
because he, their sin-bearer, carried away their sins
So I, Yahweh, will assign him a portion
among a great multitude,
and he will triumph
and divide the spoils of victory with his mighty ones—
all because he poured out his life-blood to death.
He was counted among the worst of sinners,
yet he carried sin’s burden for many
and intercedes for those who are rebels. (Isaiah 53:10-12)

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  1. Thank you Lord Jesus🙏

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  2. Blessed I his Holy name Yahweh.

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  3. Amen 🙏🏼

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  4. Thank you for this powerful Easter message!

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  5. Beautiful and full of truth. Thanks and God bless you and yours this Easter/Passover season. 💕

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  6. Amen. What the devil meant for evil God turnned it into good. Thank you for reminding us of this powerful story.

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    • God is so good!!! You are welcome, Beverley! Bask in the resurrection and the love of God!!!💕

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  7. Amen!

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  8. Praise the Lord. I love your post.

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    • All glory to God! He loves to turn things around and he never loses a battle. Thank you!

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  9. Sunday is coming – love this. Thank you!

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    • You are welcome! Remember, what appears hopeless is turned around. The same power that raised Jesus from the dead lives inside of us.

      “I ask that the eyes of your heart may be enlightened, so that you may know the hope of His calling, the riches of His glorious inheritance in the saints, and the surpassing greatness of His power to us who believe. He displayed this power in the working of His mighty strength, which He exerted in Christ when He raised Him from the dead and seated Him at His right hand in the heavenly realms,…” Ephesians 1:18-20

      You are welcome!

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  10. Thank you Lord!

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  11. Glory, Hallelujah! What the enemy meant for evil, God turned it around on him!

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