He Is Alive!

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For personal Christianity, the resurrection is all-important. There is a vital interrelation to the existence of Christianity itself, as well as to the individual believer, in the message of the Gospel. The Swiss theologian, Karl Barth, said, “Do you want to believe in the living Christ? We may believe in Him only if we believe in His corporeal resurrection. This is the content of the New Testament. We are always free to reject it, but not to modify it, nor to pretend that the New Testament tells something else. We may accept or refuse the message, but we may not change it.” Christianity as a system of truth collapses if the resurrection is rejected. That Jesus rose from the dead is one of the foundation stones of our faith.

Prayer for the day

Lord, let me live today with the constant thought that You are alive!

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30 Comments

  1. Bernita Edgewater says:

    I really enjoy Jesus Christ my Savior

  2. Reyna Galarza says:

    The Lord bless you so much, thank you for your excellent job.

  3. Tracy Kozlowski says:

    Thank-you, God Bless You.

  4. linda Nash says:

    Looking forward to learning more about Jesus in order to be a better Christian

  5. Rag niehoff says:

    No one has been a bigger force for good in the 20th century, than Billy Gram.

  6. Evans Adjei-Ghansah says:

    Christianity without the resurrection is like saying, “there is no sand on the desert.” Jesus died to pay for my sins and resurrected to give me hope of eternal life.

  7. Veli Buwa says:

    Amen Thank u for the revelation, the power of resurection of our Lord will show. In us.

  8. Ron Deitrich says:

    Awesome love the message. Could you please add me to your email list for a daily devotion if possible? God bless you have a great day

    1. Tiffany Jothen says:

      We’ll be happy to add you to our list, Ron. In the meantime, you can find a daily devotion on our website: http://billygraham.org/devotions/

      You can also check Billy Graham’s Facebook page (managed by BGEA) for a devotion each day: https://www.facebook.com/ReverendBillyGraham/

      Or check out our mobile app with access to daily devotions: http://billygraham.org/grow-your-faith/mobile-app/