Yes, Jesus Christ is alive today. There is strong evidence for the fact that he was resurrected to life. For a start, no one could produce a corpse to prove otherwise, even though the religious rulers of the day would dearly have loved to do so. They tried to spread the rumour that Christ’s disciples had stolen the body. Had that been true, Christ’s frightened and disillusioned company of disciples would have remained in that feeble state. The reality was that they were transformed and galvanised into action as fearless and energetic preachers of the Gospel.

Their message was founded upon the incontestable fact of Christ’s resurrection, and they hazarded their lives to proclaim it. Furthermore, they taught emphatically that the living Jesus Christ is going to come back to earth to fulfil his destiny to be King of the world – that is, to return literally, personally and visibly. His return to earth is mentioned in the New Testament more than 300 times. This is because he has momentously important unfinished business to accomplish on behalf of his Father. This involves raising from the dead those deemed to have had the opportunity to respond to God’s requirements. He will judge those raised and those accountable to God. Some will be given eternal life and others rejected.

To help you get to grips with this momentous subject, we invite you to a free Bible presentation on this vital topic, Resurrection – fact or fiction? This will be at 7.00pm on Sunday evening the 21st of April. The venue is the Christadelphian Hall, 489 Mount Gravatt-Capalaba Road, corner of Boyanda Street, opposite Ham Road, Wishart.

Relevant free booklets to draw to your attention are titled “The Resurrection of Jesus Christ. Foundation of the Christian faith” and “Resurrection and Judgement”. They can be downloaded or read online by going to either of the links below:

  • thisisyourbible.com (Library→Doctrine→both booklets) or
  • bibleed.com (Bible Education→Booklets Online →Jesus & The Promises→first booklet title→and The Future for second booklet title).