Two Bible Studies that Changed the World—Luke 24:44-46
A problem with Easter is that by mid-afternoon, I often don’t know what to do with it. We tend to celebrate Easter morning, and rightly so. It’s when Jesus rose from the dead, and in that instant, salvation triumphed. But Easter doesn’t linger the way, say, the warmth of Christmas hangs around for days after.
We’d do well to give some attention to the events of Easter evening. In fact, the biblical accounts ...