1 Corinthians 15:1-11
An introduction to this great chapter on the Resurrection - the fact and its meaning
resurrection is more than a fact from the past. It's a fact for the
future. "We shall all be changed ... " (1 Corinthians 15:51-52). This is
more than social change. It's more than personal change.
Politics isn't everything. The heart needs to be changed.
This is more than personal change in the here-and-now. It's more than "for this life only" (1 Corinthians 15:19).
"We will all be changed" - This is eternal change.
world may say that we can do without this kind of message. The Word of
God says that we can't. We need this eternal perspective. Whatever
changes we may achieve in our society and in ourselves, we must learn to
look beyond these things to this; "We will all be changed ... "
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