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Christians using Holy Week lessons for guidance through daily activities

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Last week as Christians went through Holy Week worship services they commemorated how Jesus Christ completed God’s plan for the spiritual redemption of mankind through His sacrificial death on the cross.

Then, on Resurrection Sunday Christians celebrated how God raised Jesus up from the dead to show that Jesus really had completed God’s redemptive plan and also to show that the people who accepted Jesus as their personal Savior would also be raised up from the dead to new life when Jesus comes back to earth.

Christians celebrate those great events not only during Holy Week worship services, but they also celebrate them every day of the year since it was because Jesus completed God’s redemptive plan that people who accepted Jesus as their personal Savior could develop a close relationship with Almighty God and be able to use the power of the Holy Spirit to live according to God’s principles of living found in the Bible.

Now, everyday Christians need to use the power of the Holy Spirit, the memories of great Holy Week worship services, and their love for their Savior, Jesus Christ, to be able to live according to God’s principles and maintain their Christian testimony as they go through their daily activities in our modern world that is full of many kinds of spiritual, intellectual, and moral darknesses and is becoming increasingly hostile to Christians and the messages from God that they are spreading.



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