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The resurrection of believers

John Hubbard Church

The resurrection of believers

a discourse delivered at Pelham, N.H. immediately after the interment of Mr. Joshua Atwood, Lord"s-day, July 9th, 1809

by John Hubbard Church

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Published by Printed by William B. Allen in Haverhill, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Atwood, Joshua, -- 1723-1809.,
  • Funeral sermons.,
  • Sermons, American.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby John Hubbard Church.
    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 17216.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination16 p.
    Number of Pages16
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15994858M

    Open your Bible to 1 Corinthians chapter We are in a study of the fifteenth chapter of 1 Corinthians on the resurrection. We have emphasized its utter importance to us as believers, to the church.   If Resurrection does not violate science, then science does not necessarily constitute an impediment to accepting the reality of Resurrection. If the difference between the skeptic and believer is not science, then is it just a matter of imagination? The believer imagines greater possibilities for the universe than the non-believer.

    Resurrection of Believers (Rapture) Our Bodies Will Be Resurrected. 1 Corinthians — Now if Christ is preached that He has been raised from the dead, how do some among you say that there is no resurrection of the dead? But if there is no resurrection of the dead, then Christ is not risen. The result of Christ’s death for the believer is the forgiveness of sin and the hope of eternal life. The Lord conquered death at the cross and will strike down the last enemy at the resurrection of the dead. The significance of understanding the resurrection of believers and non-believers is crucial to our understanding of the end times.

    I start with our earliest recorded source, the writings of Paul, and once again with his “resurrection chapter” (1 Corinthians 15), so named because it is devoted to the question of Jesus’ resurrection and the future resurrection of believers. Here Paul stresses that Jesus rose from the dead in a . The resurrection of the dead is a core belief in the Mishnah which was assembled in the early centuries of the Christian era. The belief in resurrection is expressed on all occasions in the Jewish liturgy; e.g., in the morning prayer Elohai Neshamah, in the Shemoneh 'Esreh and in the funeral services.


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The resurrection of believers to eternal life. All that are by faith united to Christ, are by his resurrection assured The resurrection of believers book their own. As through the sin of the first Adam, all men became mortal, because all had from him the same sinful nature, so, through the resurrection of Christ, shall all who are made to partake of the Spirit, and the spiritual nature, revive, and live for ever.

One of the first examples we see of the resurrection of believers is that of Moses and Elijah appearing in glorious splendor to Jesus, Peter, James and John. As Moses and Elijah spoke with Jesus about His departure, Jesus is transformed before the disciple’s very eyes.

Moses and Elijah have obviously received their resurrection bodies and would therefore be counted. Angels, Important Events Michael The Archangel God Going Down Death, Of Believers Resurrection, Of The Dead Shout Of God Future First Resurrection The Rapture For the Lord Himself will descend from heaven with a shout, with the voice of the archangel and with the trumpet of God.

The Resurrection of Believers. Let’s open the Word of God to the 15th chapter of 1 Corinthians. So let me read verse 50 thro 1 Corinthians “Now I say this, brethren, that flesh and blood cannot inherit the kingdom of Go Grace-to-You.

design. Believers will arise to new life – resurrected, embodied life – but this time, without sin. Yes, there is a time period between a believer’s death and his ultimate resurrection (called the “Intermediate State” by theologians), but a believer’s hope is to be grounded in his or her resurrection from the grave.

This book provides an original and comprehensive assessment of the hypotheses concerning the origin of resurrection Christology. It fills a gap in the literature by addressing these issues using a transdisciplinary approach involving historical-critical study of the New Testament, theology, analytic philosophy, psychology and comparative s: 4.

The Case for the Resurrection of Jesus “This compelling book is the most comprehensive defense of Jesus' resurrection anywhere. If you're interested in knowing the evidence for the resurrection and sharing it with others, then you must read this book!” —Lee Strobel, Author of The Case for ChristCited by: Let us say, for clarity, there are three stages of the resurrection of believers: (1) When our Lord was crucified on the Cross, we read: “And, behold the veil of the temple was rent in twain from the (2) There is the second stage of the First Resurrection to which we already have made mention (1.

So the bodily resurrection of believers, which is Paul’s focus in 1 Corinthi is part of one final, general resurrection of all people, believer and rebel alike—the second resurrection at Christ’s return, the end of history (John – 29; Rev.

–13). Christ’s resurrection is the “first fruits” or guarantee to every Christian that he will also be resurrected. Christ’s resurrection is also the basis of the Christian’s certainty that all people who have died will one day be raised to face fair and even-handed judgment by Jesus Christ (Acts ).

Introduction The Resurrection of the Son of God is a book for scholars and those interested in the historical concept of resurrection and as specifically applied to Jesus Christ.

The author seeks to explain how the term ‘resurrection’ was used and understood by both pagans (non-Jews and non-Christians in this context) and Jews/5(). After His Resurrection, he took the spirits of the believing dead to heaven to be with Him (Ephes.

The term resurrection means to regain a physical body, which for Old Testament believers will take place at the end of the Great Tribulation (Daniel ). Tribulation martyrs will get their new bodies at the same time (Rev.

It was a body like His post-resurrection body when He appeared to His disciples behind shut doors (John ). The change of the believer at the resurrection has to do with his body, wherein resides the sin principle, for even the Christian must admit, “I know that in me (that is in my flesh) there dwelleth no good thing” (Romans ).

Question: How does Christ’s resurrection benefit us. Answer: First, by his resurrection he has overcome death, so that he might make us share in the righteousness he won for us by his death. Second, by his power we too are already now resurrected to a new life.

Third, Christ’s resurrection is a guarantee of our glorious resurrection. The first resurrection, then, is the raising of all believers. It corresponds with Jesus’ teaching of the “resurrection of the just” (Luke ) and the “resurrection of life” (John ). The first resurrection takes place in various stages.

The first resurrection will be that of believers while the second resurrection will be that of unbelievers.

The resurrections in Scripture do not all happen at once. The first resurrection refers to the resurrection of all believers, though separated in time. As N. Wright, the prolific biblical scholar and a former Anglican bishop of Durham, England, relates in his book, “The Resurrection of the Son of.

It is not only those who believe in Christ who will experience the resurrection of their bodies. All people will be raised physically from the dead on the last day. The difference is that Christians will be raised to everlasting glory; those who will not trust in Christ will be raised to judgment.

The resurrection story is the account of Jesus Christ rising from the dead after being crucified on the cross and buried in the tomb.

It is the cornerstone of Christian doctrine and the foundation of Christian hope. By rising from the dead, Jesus Christ fulfilled his own promise to do so and solidified the pledge he made to his followers that. This is the Bible’s first reference to two resurrections; the resurrection of believers which will take place at the time of the Great Tribulation, and the resurrection of unbelievers that will take place at the end of the Millennium, 1, years later (Rev.

Believing in the Resurrection of Jesus. How can we be believers in Jesus if we were not there and did not see him after he was raised from the dead? Here is how: We believe in the testimony of the witnesses who did! The apostles of Jesus all turned away from him on the night he was arrested before his crucifixion.

Peter even denied that he knew.Matthew 28 English Standard Version (ESV) The Resurrection. 28 Now after the Sabbath, toward the dawn of the first day of the week, Mary Magdalene and the other Mary went to see the tomb. 2 And behold, there was a great earthquake, for an angel of the Lord descended from heaven and came and rolled back the stone and sat on it.

3 His appearance was like lightning, and his clothing white as snow.The Resurrection of the Body. I put it to you that this same event that we call the rapture of the Church is the same event in a different passage of scripture that we call the resurrection.

At the rapture of the Church, our bodies will be instantly changed just as Jesus' body was when He was raised from the dead.