April 21, 2019 | Kyle Brenon | Matthew 28:2-6
There is no single event in all of history that is more significant than Jesus having been raised from the dead. On good Friday, the savior of the world was crucified. He had been arrested the night before and crucified that morning. While He hung on the cross, at about the 6th hour, a darkness fell over the land… He was arrested under darkness, He died in darkness, and He was buried in darkness.
From that Friday night until Sunday morning, the disciples could still feel the darkness as they feared this was surely the end. What would it mean for them now? Where would they go, and what would they do? They waited in stunned silence for something they had missed.
Then came Sunday morning… HE IS RISEN!