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What better way to wrap up our study on gospel basics then by looking at the future hope we have in Jesus’ return. That is the moment when God will make all things right, for good, and how we respond to this truth determines how we live and the impact we have here on earth.
In this week’s study, we’ll examine what Scripture tells us about the significance of the church. Christ established the church and uses it to reach the world with the truth of His life, death, and resurrection. The church plays a vital role in God’s plan for the world, and, likewise, ought to play a vital role in our lives.
Jesus’ body wasn’t stolen by the disciples, as skeptics suggest; it was raised by the Father. The heavily guarded tomb is one piece of evidence that supports Jesus’ resurrection—our hope in eternal life and eternal communion with God.
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In Creation Restored, authors Matt Carter and Halim Suh examine Genesis 12-50 and explore how the early portions of the Bible foreshadow the gospel of Jesus Christ — the good news of salvation and redemption that we find only in relationship with Him. When we read about Abraham, Jacob, and Joseph—the family of promise—we read about salvation by faith. We begin to understand that God orchestrates everything, including suffering and evil, in order to redeem the consequences of the fall and ultimately restore us to Him.