Celebrate Easter with Agape temple SDA by watching the church Easter performance. This event is the most important event, not only in human history, but in the history of all the universe. God's selfless love was displayed on the cross in full array. The only appropriate response is to fall down in

USER: ADMIN

CONTACT:

Easter Play - Dead Man Walking RM

Celebrate Easter with Agape temple SDA by watching the church Easter performance. This event is the most important event, not only in human history, but in the history of all the universe. God's selfless love was displayed on the cross in full array. The only appropriate response is to fall down in worship and surrender. Our whole life should be grounded on it. We can exclaim like the great hymn writer Isaac Watts did, "Love so amazing, so divine, demands my soul, my life, my all!"

If there is one event worth honouring it would, no doubt, be the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Every good thing, indeed every bad thing that God turns for good, was attained for us by the cross of Christ.

It is this climax in history that the Old Testament sacrificial system and the prophets pointed to-the Messiah coming and taking upon Himself our condemnation, and conquering sin and death. Like an innocent lamb, He died so that we can live. Apart from the death of Christ, sinners get nothing but condemnation. Life, joy, peace and all other blessings were purchased for us at the cost of the death of Jesus. This is why the apostle Paul concluded, "May it never be that I should glory in anything, except in the cross of our Lord Jesus Christ" (Galatians 6:14, author's translation).

Easter commemorates the resurrection of Jesus. Unquestionably the resurrection was of enormous importance to the apostolic church, for it figures prominently in the evangelistic messages from the apostles as recorded in the book of Acts. No issue is made about the date when it occurred, however, other than to note in a factual manner that the resurrection occurred on the first day of the week. There is no suggestion that the resurrection made a new day holy. In the Bible is to be found only one holy day of the week, the Sabbath, formed as a part of the creation process by God Himself, and never suspended. For that reason we observe only the Sabbath as sacred or holy time.