As easter approaches, here is why we ought to celebrate it.

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Easter is a Christian holiday that celebrates the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead.  For Christians, Easter is the most significant holiday of the year because it celebrates the central event of the Christian faith – the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead. The resurrection of Christ is of utmost significance to the Christian faith, it is considered to be the cornerstone of Christian belief, and the event that gives hope and meaning to the Christian message.

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According to the Bible, Jesus was crucified on a Friday and buried in a tomb. On the third day, which is celebrated as Easter Sunday, he rose from the dead and his tomb was found empty, and he appeared to his followers alive again, providing the ultimate proof of his divinity and the promise of eternal life for all who believe in him.

For Christians, Easter is a time of joy and hope, and a reminder of the power of God’s love and the promise of salvation. It is a time to reflect on the sacrifice of Jesus Christ and the blessings that his resurrection brings to all who believe in him.

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The resurrection of Jesus is significant for several reasons.

Firstly, it affirms the Christian belief in life after death and the hope of eternal life. It also serves as a reminder of God’s power over death and the promise of salvation for all who believe in him.

The resurrection of Christ is also seen as a fulfillment of prophecy of the Messiah who would be persecuted, die for our sins, and rise on the third day (Isaiah 53) and it is evidence of the power of God to bring new life and hope to a world that is broken and suffering.

The resurrection also provides a sense of comfort and reassurance for Christians, particularly in times of suffering or difficulty. It is a reminder that, no matter what happens in this life, there is always hope and a promise of something better to come.

Finally, the resurrection of Jesus is greatly significant because it demonstrates God’s love for humanity. Through Jesus’ sacrifice and resurrection, God offers forgiveness and redemption to all who believe in him, and the promise of a life free from sin and death.

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