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The Death and Resurrection of Christ

The Crucifixion of Christ – Wednesday Afternoon, Luke 23:33

The Reason for the Cross, John 12:32

Part of the Father’s Will, Philippians 2:8

A Result of the Father’s Single Act of Love to the Inhabited World, John 3:16

Two Deaths on the Cross

Prophecy Concerning His Deaths, Isaiah 53:9

Spiritual Death

Three Hours of Darkness Upon the Earth, Luke 23:44

Payment for the Trespass of Adam, Romans 5:17

His Physical death

He Breathed His Last, Luke 23:46

Required for sin, Hebrews 9:22

Payment for the Sin of Adam, Romans 5:12

The Tearing of the Veil‌, Mark 15:37-38

The High Sabbath Preparations, John 19:31

Three days and Three Nights in The Grave

The Prophecy of His Time in the Grave, Matthew 12:39-40

His Soul Will not be Left in Sheol, Psalms 16:10

His Body Will not be Allowed to Corrupt, Acts 2:31

Four Days before Corruption, John 11:38-39

The Day after the Crucifixion (The High Sabbath) – Thursday

Placing Guards at His Tomb,‌ Matthew 27:62-64

The Sabbaths of ‌The Feast of Unleavened Bread, Leviticus 23:4

The Passover Begins‌, Leviticus 23:5

The Feast of Unleavened Bread Begins‌, Leviticus 23:6

The High Sabbath, Leviticus 23:7

Two Sabbaths

Death of Christ on Wednesday Afternoon (The Day of Preparation)‌

The High Sabbath (First Day of Unleavened Bread) on Thursday‌

Workday on Friday‌ (Preparation for the weekly sabbath)

The Seventh Day Sabbath on Saturday

The Resurrection of Christ on the First Day […]

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Sunday Morning

It has been a long three days, we are now about to enter the fourth day, Luke 24:21, since our Lord was put to death upon a cross. No one has been able to visit His grave yet due to the Passover Sabbath on the day after His death, John 19:42, and yesterday’s seventh-day Sabbath.  Although some of the women who followed Jesus had prepared spices for His body on Friday, before they were able to tend to His body, the seventh day sabbath came.

Now that the Sabbaths are over, early in the morning, before the dawn, they came to His grave bringing the spices they had prepared. As they approached the tomb they could see that the stone was no longer covering it so they went inside, but they did not find His body.

Mary Magdalene, seeing the body missing, ran to Peter to tell him that they have taken the body of the Lord, John 20:1, 2. Hearing this, Peter, and the other disciples, run to the tomb to investigate for themselves what was going on. How cruel could the leaders of Israel really be? Why would they take away His body after so callously having an innocent man put to death? As Peter approached the grave, he entered, stooping down and examined it, John 20:5. The scene does not look like one would expect because the grave clothes were still there, and the cloth used to cover His face was folded neatly and separately placed. What had happened here?

Shortly after Peter examined the tomb, John entered, for Peter had outran all the other disciples. Examining the tomb, he understood what had happened and believed what Jesus had been telling them just before His […]

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Our Purpose

We exist to change the lives of believers through equipping them to live out who they are in Christ by edifying the body of the Christ (the Church) while coming to a oneness of faith through a full experiential knowledge of the Son of God unto a mature person according to the stature of the fullness of Christ so that we are no longer tossed around by every wind of teaching by the trickery of men who cunningly seek to deceive the saints.

Salvation is not only about believing that Christ died for our sins, was buried, and rose again on the third day according to the Scriptures. Believing is only the beginning. In salvation God provides us with possessions and a position that affect our every day life. We focus on teaching what it means to be a Christian and living a life that glorifies God while enjoying the freedom that He has so graciously provided for us.

What to expect during our Studies and Classes

Our Sunday services and Weekday classes are set up in a traditional manner. All ages are included.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Pastor Walker.


God is the Creator and Sustainer of all things, seen and unseen. He is self-existing, one, and immense. He is eternal and unchangeable in His nature. His essence is Spirit and His attributes are omnipotent, omniscient, holy (set apart), righteous, goodness, love, and truth. God exists in a trinity of three distinct inseparable Persons; the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. All three Persons share the same essence […]

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