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23. Why We Should Prepare for Paradise (1 Corinthians 15:35-58)Jeffrey E. Miller03/31/2015
Lesson 86: Sorrow Turned into Joy (John 16:16-24)Steven Cole03/31/2015
22. Why We Should Expect Our Resurrection (1 Corinthians 15:12-34)Jeffrey E. Miller03/03/2015
21. Why We Should Believe the Gospel (1 Corinthians 15:1-11)Jeffrey E. Miller03/03/2015
Lesson 144: Sharing the Story of the Resurrected Lord (Luke 24:44-49)Daniel Bennett02/27/2015
Lesson 143: The Risen Lord Eats (Luke 24:36-43)Daniel Bennett02/27/2015
Lesson 140: The Resurrection of the Lord Jesus (Luke 24:1-12)Daniel Bennett02/27/2015
Lesson 128: How Easter Helps Us Think Rightly About Everything (Luke 22:24-30)Daniel Bennett02/26/2015
Lesson 116: The Trap of the Intellectual (Luke 20:27-40)Daniel Bennett02/24/2015
Lesson 67: Making the Resurrection Story Your Own (Matthew 28:1-15)Bentely Tate11/03/2014
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Question & Answers:

I wonder if you could give me a brief account of what happened on the day that Jesus rose from the dead.
Who were the saints that were raised from the dead at Christ’s death?
Why did Jesus have to DIE as opposed to being beaten or imprisoned?
Where did Christ’s spirit go between his death and resurrection?
Did God the Father raise God the Son, or did Jesus raise Himself from the dead?
Were the three days and three nights that Jesus was in the grave a full 72 hours?
Where did Christ go after he died and before He rose from the dead?