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  • Writer's pictureBishop Mesrop Parsamyan

Victory in the Resurrection



The Resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ isn't just a beautiful ending to a tragic story. It's not just a display of divine power. It's the very heartbeat of our faith. The Apostle Paul, in his letter to the Corinthians, makes it clear that without the Resurrection, everything we believe in, everything we hope for, and everything we live for is in vain, “If Christ has not been raised, your faith is futile, and you are still in your sins.” (1 Corinthians 15:17)


But here's the good news: Christ has indeed been raised from the dead! It's a reality that changes everything for us. When Jesus rose from the dead, He didn't just conquer His death; He conquered death for all of us. He tore the veil in two, the barriers that separated us from God, and opened the door to eternal life.


Imagine being imprisoned by your mistakes, shortcomings, and sins with no way out. But then, someone comes along and unlocks the door, not just for you, but for everyone, for all eternity. That's what Jesus did through His Resurrection. He declared that our past does not have the final say, that our mistakes don't define us, and that our sins don't have the power to hold us captive anymore.


This message of the Resurrection is a message of hope. It tells us that no matter how dark the night is, morning will come. No matter how fierce the storm is, calm will return. And no matter how challenging our trials are, victory is assured. Because Christ has been raised, we can face tomorrow with confidence, knowing that our faith is not in vain.

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