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EASTER: The Savior Rising

Updated on July 2, 2017

Because He Loves Us

A Savior Rising

Born in Bethlehem. He was a good student, a hard worker and a seeker of knowledge. Because he was a non-conformist, he didn't fit it. Because he treated people with kindness and respect, they thought him senseless. And, because he was a demonstrator of mercy and grace, it was the desire of the Pharisees, Sadducees and Roman soldiers to oft times, even before the crucifixion, desire to kill him. The wisdom spoken through Jesus caused pain to their eyes and ears. He blemished their egos. Made them to appear less than he. How, that one could accomplish impossibilities, alone; which they could not conquer with more.

Every question presented to Jesus, he precisely answered, save one. And that he would have answered on the condition that they first tell him their answer to that same question. The core, the source, is it the same between he and they, or different? The essence, is the look thereof the same, or different? The spirit, is it without blemish, freely given, clean and holy, neither vexed nor vain? Or is it soaked in self glory, manipulation and pride. Such that, when compassion is present, that egotistical spirit would desire to throw the source of passionate compassion head first over a mountain.

However, due to the greatest gift, prophesied and confessed by annointed angels, men and women of God, Jesus was nailed to the cross.  Some say, the text was changed, that he was originally nailed to a 'tree'.  Nonetheless, nailed he was, and it was done for the divine and natural rights and freedom of all of humanity..

After enduring such horrific pain; and some would say hilarious shame, the battle was not yet over, there was victory to gain.  Jesus fought hell, unending torture, and won.  He fought death; and although there were no signs of life and in spite of being buried in the tomb, he lived, and won again.  He fought destruction, as a species selected for extinction, but refused to be only fossil found, for three days later, he rose from the ground, in full force and power. 

The same is now, as it was then upon his resurrection.  For to whom He chooses, He manifests himself.  To whom hath ears to hear, hears Jesus' calling and leading and guidance.  And yet a little while, all shall see his glorious radiance.

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      Support Med. 6 years ago from Michigan

      Thanks katiem2, it is also a great reminder for this holiday season as well. Have a blessed one!!!!!!!

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      katiem2 6 years ago from I'm outta here

      This is a great tribute to our Easter Spiritual Holiday. Oh Jesus and the struggles he endured for our sins and salvation. Thanks for giving a clear and easy to grasp Easter Salute for those who may not know!

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      Support Med. 7 years ago from Michigan

      Thanks for stopping by LadyE. I feel the same about "Passion of Christ," Mel Gibson did an outstanding job on that movie. It was the closest I felt to what Jesus went through as well, very realistic. I went to see the movie with my sister and upon leaving, I actually could not breathe for about two minutes, then I cried.

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      Elena 7 years ago from London, UK

      Thanks, I can't believe I missed this Easter Hub. It's quite touching. The closest I can relate to what He went through was watching the film "Passion of Christ". We have victory because of that and the Resurrection.

      Indeed - "and yet a little while, all shall see his glorious radiance."

      Thanks

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      Support Med. 7 years ago from Michigan

      Thanks Pamela99 for your read and comment.

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      Pamela Oglesby 7 years ago from United States

      Very appropriate hub for Easter. Good hub.