The meaning of Easter

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Today is Good Friday, and Christians all over the world will remember it as the day on which Jesus died for all peoples all over the world. The premise is that none of us is perfect: we are all capable of doing wrong and often do do wrong. Look around the world, and we will see evil abounding as much as good.

Our uncouth thoughts and actions separate us from a perfect God, who longs to be reconciled with us. For this reason, He sent His Son, Jesus Christ, as a blood sacrifice for our sins – once and forever. By dying on the cross, Jesus took upon His own body the cumulative effect of all the wrongs that the world has committed, and will continue to commit unless we follow His way. He buried our sins with Him when He died; whilst His resurrection proclaims hope in a new…

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