Resurrection proof

Friday, March 29
Many Infallible Proofs

He also presented Himself alive after His suffering by many infallible proofs.
Acts 1:3

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Acts 1:1-3

Albert L. Roper was a prominent Virginia attorney, a graduate of the University of Virginia and its law school, who eventually became mayor of the city of Norfolk. He once began a thorough legal investigation into the evidence for the resurrection of Christ, asking himself the question: Can any intelligent person accept the resurrection story? After examining the evidence at length, he came away asking a different question: Can any intelligent person deny the weight of this evidence?

Even those who traveled for three years with Jesus experienced disbelief over His resurrection, but Jesus showed Himself alive by many infallible proofs. We don’t base our faith on legends, myths, or fairy tales. The resurrection of Jesus Christ is well-documented, and many critics have been silenced (and even converted) when they’ve carefully investigated the evidence.1

We have a risen Savior! He offers Himself to us today with many infallible proofs.
David Jeremiah

Many people say the Bible is a myth, but they’re myth-taken, myth-guided, and myth-erable.
Vance Havner

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3 thoughts on “Resurrection proof

  1. speakpeacealways March 29, 2013 at 9:38 am Reply

    🙂

    • grammygrace March 29, 2013 at 10:14 am Reply

      Just extra ammunition for living in this world! Thanks for the comment.

      • speakpeacealways March 29, 2013 at 10:55 pm

        Your post made me grateful that I am not myth-erable but truthly joyful! God bless!

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