Will you declare it?
by Ronwyn Hughes
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Those final days and hours must have felt like an eternity. I honestly still cannot wrap my brain around how He managed to do it, but Jesus did it anyway. He faced the jeering crowd, He didn't fight back when accused, He took the beating, whipping, thorns, nails and death and at no stage did He stop the process and declare His innocence or try to get out of a journey that would lead to His death.
But that third day He defied the natural, He declared his power! Early in the morning, still practically still as night, He rose triumphant over death and the grave! In His actions He did not deny His humanity, but embrace it. In His victory he remained humble, not boasting and shouting forth His will.
The declaration of His will, He has left for us to do. The instruction was clear, go forth, preach this gospel and bring a dying world to salvation. That call is no dimmer today than the day He first gave it. At no time has it been more clear that revival on this planet is not only necessary but more crucial than ever.
Will you declare God's greatness this Easter?
Posted By Ronwyn Hughes to GrowingwithGod by Ronwyn at 3/26/2013 10:43:00 PM
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