Watch The Power of Jesus' Death and Resurrection and use this as a study guide on your own, or with your small group.

 

Whatever's trying to keep you down; it was defeated on Calvary. Any addiction, any sin, any bondage in your life; Jesus took it on at Calvary for you. And when He finished on the cross, He became our substitute. Jesus came to fight my battle. He came to fight your battle. And he won.

 

Connection Point

"Their sins I will not remember" (Hebrews 8:12).

 

Connection Questions

  1. Calvary is God’s way of saying, “I want you ____________.”

  2. What is the difference between a transgression and an iniquity?

  3. According to Isaiah 53, how does Jesus pay for transgressions? Iniquities?

  4. Does God forget our sins? Explain.

  5. How is Noah’s story related to Easter?

  6. What is the significant correlation between Passover and Easter?

 

Jesus is the mercy seat, and all you've got to do is run to Him today, and He will not only get you up and get you out, but He will move into your home, to your family, to your marriage, to your life, and into to your future. He has a plan and a future for you according to Jeremiah 29. Come home. Come back to the cross.