The Resurrection Makes It Real


Chuck AdairFebruary 20, 2022All Church

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Passage: Romans 6:1-5


Faith happens when the unexplainable meets the undeniable. If the resurrection is undeniable, then it changes your discomfort with the unexplainable.

Sermon Questions
  1. What does the resurrection mean to you personally? If there is no resurrection, what is the point of our faith?
  2. The resurrection proves Jesus was who he said he was and accomplished what he said he accomplished. Paul previously hadn’t believed either of those things--in fact, he was vehemently against them. But he changed his opinion on these things in the space of about 7 minutes one afternoon. What caused the change?
  3. Every other religion in the world operates on the premise, “I obey, therefore God accepts me.” And that’s your motivation to be good. He’s making a list and checking it twice...The gospel flips that on its head—it says, “God has accepted me, therefore I will obey.” God has accepted me by a free act of grace. All I have to do--all I can do--is receive it, like a gift. So does all of that mean I can keep on sinning? Explain why Paul says that is not the case.
  4. How can you encounter something as powerful as the resurrection and not show its effects?
  5. Have you experienced the resurrection’s power in your life and does your life show that?
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