A frequently posed question is, "What sets Christianity apart?" The response lies in Easter—specifically, in the acknowledgment of the resurrection of Jesus Christ. On this significant holiday, we observe and celebrate the moment when words transformed into reality. The prophecies foretold the arrival of a savior, and they were completely fulfilled. Jesus not only proclaimed to be the Son of God but proved it through the redemptive and resurrection power, evident in His continued existence to this day.
What occurred on Easter holds significance, because it is the catalyst for bringing hope to the world. As a church, our responsibility is to share that hope, impart its teachings, embody the essence of hope, and place our trust in it. Easter is when words became real and when hope received its name...JESUS!