He Has Risen - Easter Sunday 2021
This Sunday was an incredible day. We got to celebrate the Resurrection of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. The tomb was empty. The debt was paid.
“He is not here, He has risen, just as He said. Come and see the place where he lay.” – Matthew 28:6
He died for me. He died for you. He died for all the sinners. He died for those who attend church every time the doors are open. He died for those that only come on Easter and Christmas. He died for those that may not step foot in a church.
Jesus Christ died for all of us. He was crucified with sinners. He was laughed at and mocked. He was beaten and whipped.
“At noon darkness came over the whole land until three in the afternoon.” – Mark 15:33
“Jesus called out with a loud voice, “Father, into your hands I commit my spirit.” When he had said this, he breathed his last.” – Luke 23:46
Jesus was buried in the tomb and the tomb was secured by Roman guards. (Matthew 27:65-66)
Joy came in the morning. The tomb was empty. He has Risen! He was not there. Let us remember that “Joy came in the morning.”
Every morning we wake up we have a choices to make. Jesus died for us. We should live for Him.
Along with celebrating the resurrection of our Lord, we were also able to witness two young ladies get baptized. Addilyn (7 years old) and Layla (6 years old) confessed their sins and became believers of our Lord in November of 2020.
Layla (6 years old) and Addilyn (7 Years old) getting ready for their Baptism (4/4/2021)
Pastor Ken met with them once a week for several months to ensure they understood what their decision meant. He solidified their biblical foundation and walked them through the process of becoming obedient servants of our Lord.
We got to witness with the great joy of two new sisters in Christ being baptized.
Stay tuned for more exciting Easter Sunday events posted soon.
Unfortunately there was an audio issue with our recorded sermon on Easter. However, we did broadcast LIVE on Facebook for the first time.
You are able to view the Easter Service on our Church Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/AdamsvilleBaptistChurchFL).
There is some audio problems in the video as well, but most is able to be heard. We are working diligently to get this solved for future services.
Please click this link to view the Facebook Easter Service Video. While you are there be sure to like and share our Page.
We will be broadcasting live on Sunday mornings on Facebook, as well as uploading the sermon audio to the website.
Let us know what you think.