Why did he have to die?
Down the centuries, or a millennia or two, christians have always ponder over the event when Christ died at Calvary. Was it necessary? We read that he came to recover to God what man had lost, the link, and the relationship with their God. He said, “I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly“. Do you have abundant life? Are you living the the fulness of that abundantly life?
Comforting Martha over the death of her brother Lazarus, Jesus proclaimed “I am the resurrection and the life: he that believes in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live“. The resurrection story gives us hope. Easter reminds us of how we might appropriate for ourselves the resurrection power of God in our lives.
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Monday 6 April, 6:30 pm : Easter contemplations
Tuesday 7 April, 6:30 pm : Easter contemplations
Wednesday 8 April 6:30 pm : Easter contemplations
Thursday 9 April 6:30 pm : Easter contemplations
Friday 10 April 9:30 am : Good Friday service
Saturday 11 April 6:30 pm : Easter contemplations
Sunday 12 April 9:30 am : Easter Sunday service