What does the Bible say about Easter? Kjv

Written By DEXTER

Dexter is a pastor who enjoys reading and studying the Bible to inspire and empower others.

The Bible is a source of hope and guidance, and says a lot about the celebration of Easter.

Easter is a special time of peace, forgiveness, and renewal for Christians the world over. It is a time to celebrate resurrection, Jesus’ ultimate sacrifice, and the hope of everlasting life.

As Christians, we are called to think about what Easter really means before celebrating. Here is what the Bible says about Easter.

The Passover

The Bible says that Jesus was the fulfillment of the passover, which was to commemorate the Israelites escape from slavery in Egypt.

The paas are a type of offering, and God told Moses to tell the people to select and celebrate it with a special dinner. It is said that Jesus and his disciples celebrated the passover before Jesus was arrested and crucified.

Therefore, Christian’s celebrate Easter as a remembrance of Jesus’ ultimate sacrifice.

The Resurrection

The Bible says that Jesus rose from the dead three days after his death. It is said that he was seen by many, and that he spoke to his disciples after his resurrection.

This event is the cornerstone of the Christian faith, and it is why we celebrate Easter each year. It is a reminder of God’s promise of everlasting life, and something to be celebrated with joy and faith.

The Sacrifice

Jesus’s sacrifice is an example of what true, unconditional love and selflessness can do. Jesus not only sacrificed his life, but he gave it willingly.

It is an amazing act of service and devotion, and a reminder that true greatness comes with true sacrifice. We can celebrate Easter, knowing that Jesus’s love lasts through all time, and all eternity.

The Miracles

The Bible speaks of several miracles associated with Jesus’s resurrection. One of the most well-known is when he walked on water.

This means of defying death, and not being bound by it, speaks of Jesus’s power and the indestructible nature of true love. It is a reminder that nothing can stand in the way of our faith and God’s glory.

The Promise of Salvation

The Bible says that Jesus was the fulfillment of the prophecy and that He came to save mankind from their sins.

Jesus showed us a better way to live and a higher purpose in life. He did this so that we could have salvation not only in this life, but in the life to come as well.

Easter is a way to reflect on this promise of salvation and hope.

The Hope of Redemption

Finally, Easter is about hope and redemption. The Bible expresses that although we may experience darkness in this life, we will eventually be redeemed.

Jesus gave a hope for a better future, and this promise of redemption is something worth holding on to. The Easter season is a time to remember this hope and to strive for a better tomorrow.

The Path of Righteousness

The Bible also speaks of the path of righteousness, and how Jesus can guide us to follow it. This means seeking to do the will of God and to live a life of good deeds, character, and love.

Easter is a time to remember this, and to be thankful for the guidance and direction that Jesus provides.

The Ministry of Evangelism and Discipleship

The ministry of evangelism and discipleship also nforms the celebration of Easter. The Bible calls on us to spread the good news about Jesus and his teachings.

This means going out and proclaiming the gospel and bearing witness to the love of God. Easter is the perfect time to remember this calling and to witness to others God’s mighty power.

The Spiritual Awakening of the Believer

As believers, Easter is also a time for spiritual awakening. The Bible reminds us that we are to open our hearts to God and to draw near to Him.

We are to reflect on Jesus’ call to love and to recognize the importance of his sacrifice in our lives. Spending time in prayer and reflection at Easter is a way to renew our faith and to strengthen our relationship with God.

The Gift of Life

Ultimately, God gives us life and Easter is a way to celebrate this gift. The Bible speaks of eternal life being a result of accepting God’s love and grace.

It is a reminder that we will be with the heavenly Father forever, if we accept Jesus and his teachings. At Easter, we can remember and be thankful for this gift of life.

The Victory of Our Risen King

The Bible speaks of God’s glory and Jesus’ ultimate victory over death. At Easter, we can remember this victory and all that Jesus has done for us so that we can share in that victory.

We can reflect on His power and grace and the assurance of life and redemption He provides. This is a time to rejoice in God’s goodness and to acknowledge the power of our Risen King.

The Affirmation of Our Heritage

Easter is a time to remember and affirm our Christian heritage. The Bible speaks of our traditions and beliefs, and how they connect us to our past and into the future.

Easter is a time to celebrate these traditions and to embrace the faith that Jesus has given us. We can be thankful for the power found in heritage and joyfully rooted in it.