Jesus ascends to heaven. Not leaving us but to be with us fully.
Jesus raises from the dead.
Jesus is risen and has fixed the problem of death and has restored our relationship with our Father in heaven.
Jesus, the lamb of God that carries the sin of the world, dies for sinners like me.
Before his death Jesus gives us the Lord’s Supper. It is a fulfillment of the passover. It is a reminder of his death. It is a looking forward to the feast of the Lamb. It is a recieving and a participation with his death.
Jesus will come again to judge the living and the dead. We do not know when, therefore we ought to watch and be always ready.
Nothing anyone has ever done to us is as bad as the sins we commit against God. Yet God has forgiven us all. We also ought to forgive one another.
Jesus prays in the garden that he might not have to go through the suffering, but submits to God’s will.
Jesus shows John what heaven will be like.
Jesus appears to his disciples and calls them again to leave behind fishing and become fishers of men. He reaffirms his love to Peter as well assuring him of forgiveness.
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