Saturday, 3 April 2010


Today, around 2,000 years ago, it appeared to everyone who knew or even cared about Jesus Christ that after a humiliating defeat on Calvary’s Cross, He lay dead and buried in a borrowed tomb in Jerusalem.
It was the Sabbath.
Behind a huge stone that blocked the entrance, Jesus was busy. The cross had been a triumph, it was His place of coronation and not only as king of the Jews but as King of Kings and Lord of Lords, He had conquered death and was about to rise from the grave….

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