1 Corinthians 15:12-21
Last time we asked the question, “What if Christ had not risen from the dead.” We discovered that, if Christ were not raised, preaching would be pointless, faith would be useless, the disciples were liars, and we cannot rely on the New Testament.
We also began to consider that if Christ were not raised, we are yet in our sins (1 Corinthians 15:17). We are not forgiven. We stated that God, in His holiness, cannot sweep sin under the carpet. He must punish sin! He must punish either the sinner or the sinner’s substitute.
However, if Christ is yet in the grave, this means that the Father did not accept the sacrifice of Calvary. And that means we are yet in our sins! If Christ were not raised from the dead, then the blood saved no one. If Jesus is still in the grave, we have no…
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