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Sunday, April 21

Matthew 28:1-15

“MEET ME IN GALILEE!”

“Then Jesus said to them, “Do not be afraid. Go and tell My brethren to go to Galilee, and there they will see Me”. Matthew 28:10, NKJV.

A story was told of a man who died somewhere in the southwest and left an uncompleted building. Surprisingly, after two years some men who claimed they were living with this man in Kano State came to the village and said the man had asked them to help him complete the building. The villagers were taken aback explaining to the visitors that the man had died two years before. They were shocked and decided to return to Kano to unravel this mystery. Unfortunately, on getting home, the man had vacated the residence.
Today’s passage helps us to understand that Jesus’ resurrection was validated with undeniable proofs. The Jews of that day had a belief that the soul of the departed hovers over the tomb for several days after death. If Jesus meets the disciples in Galilee, then there would be no suspicion that the post-resurrection appearances were of this kind. Also, it is to invalidate the claims of the guards that His body was stolen (Matthew 28:11-13). Obviously, there are still many today who consider the biblical story of resurrection as a myth. What is your own position? Do you have a witness of the risen Christ in you? Can you hold your conviction against all manner of contemporary philosophies going around? May the Lord shine His light in your heart!

Birthday Blessing: “Those who trusts in the Lord are like Mount Zion, which cannot be moved, but abides forever” Psalm 125:1.

RBT Passage: 2 Kings 9-10

“All I have seen teaches me to trust the Creator for all I have not seen”. – Ralph Waldo Emerson

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