Isaiah 53:10 shows the Father and the Son working together in the crucifixion and the resurrection (c.f. 2 Corinthians 5:21).
Death is not our friend; we're meant for more. The death and resurrection of Jesus has direct implications for us the resurrection is a transformative event. Everyone will be resurrection…
The last vestiges of rebellion gets wiped off the earth, and the devil is thrown into the lake of fire.
The death and resurrection of Jesus has freed us from the fear of death.
We must overcome fear of persecution through Christ's resurrection (Rev. 2:8-11)
Easter is larger than a holiday event and chocolate; it is the reason for our hope
The living Jesus continually restores us to the Real Christian life.