As we approach Resurrection Day of 2019, the world lurches from one crisis to the next.
Venezuelans are literally starving to death as their socialist government desperately clings to power. Russia is now a military presence in Venezuela in an effort to shore up that socialist regime. That is putting the longstanding Monroe Doctrine to the test.
Socialism and antisemitism are consuming the left side of the political spectrum in the United States. America’s borders are on the verge of collapse under the weight of a massive illegal immigrants invasion.
China is asserting itself as the new strongman in the eastern Pacific while intensifying its efforts to spy and steal its way to military superiority. The Middle East continues to simmer as the European Union tries to threaten and bully the United Kingdom into submission.
As the danger ratchets up — just as the Bible predicted — so does the urgency to understand the hope that provides all believers peace in the midst of these dark times: the promise of the resurrection!
As is my custom, each year during Holy Week, I present a program I call, “The Week That Changed the World.” The timing of the events of that week is critical. Jesus Himself set the timetable.
In this edition, I’ll tell you why I think we’re mistaken in commemorating “Good Friday.” It should be “Good Thursday!”
And you probably know that the Feasts of Passover, Unleavened Bread, and First Fruits dramatically and poignantly foreshadow the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus. But there may be some aspects of the preparation for those feasts that surprise and move you.
Finally, I’ll discuss the overwhelming evidence for Christ’s resurrection presented by “The Undisturbed Grave Cloths.”
Please tune in and tell someone else about the show. Share this blessed hope with others who are fearful of the future.
Rejoice! Jesus Christ lives!