Evidence of Jesus

By   •   April 15   •   Topics: ,

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Certain laws of evidence hold in the establishment of any historic event. Documentation of the event in question must be made by reliable contemporary witnesses. There is more evidence that Jesus rose from the dead than there is that Julius Caesar ever lived, or that Alexander the Great died at the age of 33. It is strange that historians will accept thousands of facts for which they can produce only shreds of evidence. But in the face of the overwhelming evidence of the resurrection of Jesus Christ, they cast a skeptical eye and hold intellectual doubts. The trouble with many people is that they do not want to believe. They are so completely prejudiced that they cannot accept the glorious fact of the resurrection of Christ on Bible testimony alone.

Prayer for the day

Lord Jesus, I know You are alive—for You live in the hearts of all those who love You!

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  1. Margareta Cronholm says:

    Thank you Mr. Billy Graham. Your words are so true. When people don’t want to believe God there is absolute nothing we can do. They actually hate the God they do not believe in. This Easter is very speciell for me I have got an undoubtly strong security in Christ and nothing can take away my Lord,Happy Easter !

  2. Shannon says:

    God bless you all

  3. Joey Lundquist-Smith says:

    I praise God for the Graham family. One of my most favorite remembrances is getting to see Billy Graham when he came to Sacramento back in the 1990s and I got to see him in person!

  4. NKUNDABAGENZI Gad says:

    Thank you Jesus Christ

  5. NKUNDABAGENZI Gad says:

    Because u live I can face tomorrow,i revealed about the death of Jesus Christ different with other time,thank you Holysprit,thank you Lord

  6. alex says:

    of course

  7. Javier hernandez says:

    Thank You.

  8. joe johnson says:

    he won’t remember me but I sure remember meeting Billy. I was in the hospital at Camp Oji Japan recovering from a gunshot wound i received in Vietnam. This was around November of 1968. The bullet had shattered my femur. Billy had asked me about my wound and then told me he had had a broken femur many years before. It seems he had been rammed by a goat. Rev. Graham is one of the nicest men I have ever had the privilege to meet. Thanks.

  9. Ann McClain says:

    I have a marvelous SAVIOR that arose from the grave on the third day after his cruel crucifixion. HALLELUJAH WHAT A SAVIOR. He’s in my heart today