LOVE WITHOUT END
Love_Without_End.pdf

I HAVE A DREAM
I_Have_A_Dream.pdf

EVEN IN ADVERSITY THE ANCHOR HOLDS
Even_in_Adversity_The_Anchor_Holds.pdf

KILLER OF THE INFANT
Killer_of_the_Infant.pdf

LAW vs GRACE
Law_vs_Grace.pdf

WHAT VERSION OF THE BIBLE DID JESUS USE?
What_Version_of_the_Bible_did_Jesus_Use.pdf

EASTER MESSAGE by Dr. Henry Harbuck

He is the King of Glory an the tomb is now a thing of the past, but it shall never be forgotten. Without the tomb, the marvelous miracle of resurrection would never have been witnessed.

As we approach Easter, let us remember the central focus of our faith is that Jesus Christ died and afterward rose from the dead as He promised. This is no myth, but a fact witnessed by many. Tombs today are full of dry bones, but Jesus’ tomb is empty! The resurrection of Christ was so important to the apostle Paul that he said, “And if Christ is not risen, then our preaching is empty and your faith is empty.” (I Cor. 15:14; NKJV-quotations are mine). Essentially Paul is saying “your preaching is in vain (i.e., a waste of time), if Christ did not rise from the dead.” Paul goes on to say without the “resurrection” our faith is ineffective (v.17), and that believers will perish without hope (v.18). The “resurrection” is a historical fact and a large majority of scholars from various backgrounds admit to it. The “resurrection” of Jesus Christ must always be our central focus as Paul mentioned in I Cor. 15:12-20. Without the reality of “the tomb” (i.e., “empty”) and the “resurrection” there would be no promise of heaven and it remains the central focus of our faith.