15/5 Challenge Day 20

1 Corinthians 15:3-4

“For what I received I passed on to you as of first importance: that Christ died for our sins according to the Scriptures, that he was buried, that he was raised on the third day according to the Scriptures.”

“According to the Scriptures”…. two times in our verses today this phrase was written. Friends, we can trust the Scriptures! From the Old Testament to the New Testament, Christ led others to write about His death and resurrection among many other things, and time and time again, each prophecy was fulfilled! Let your hearts be encouraged today that God’s Word is trustworthy. That you too can live “according to the Scriptures”! When you read a verse, let it sink into the deepest crevices of your heart because it is good and your one true hope!

Congratulations, mama! You have finished week 4 of the 15/5 Challenge! Two weeks to go!

Krystle Porter

Hi, I'm Krystle! A mama to four little crazy, wild, FUN kids and have been married to my husband for 10 years! Wow, time flies 😉 I am a DIY enthusiast & I love to cook and bake. If you ask me over for any type of tea you have spoken directly to my heart! I love the ocean and sitting down to a good book is my favorite (unless I fall asleep 2 pages in like usual....I have 4 kids, remember?!). I love Jesus and hope that anything I write displays his unending & unconditional love toward me and YOU!

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One Comment on “15/5 Challenge Day 20”

  1. I also love how in the earlier 2nd verse it says, “by the gospel you are saved.” Then in Romans 1:16 it goes on to talk about what the gospel is: “…it is the power of God for the Salvation of everyone who believes…in the gospel a righteousness from God is revealed, a righteousness that is by faith from first to last…” It is only through faith that we can truly believe! How profound is that! The resurrection is not something that comes naturally to believe in because of how miraculous and unexplainable it is! But when we live by faith we can truly walk as God’s disciples.

    The other awesome thing in 1 Corinthians:15 that I saw, was a little later in verse 10 when Paul was saying, “but by the grace of God I am what I am, and his grace to me was not without effect.” Even Paul, who persecuted the Church was saved! What hope we have! When we truly give our heart to Jesus it will not be without effect! We will be changed and by God’s grace he will call us deeper to know Him!

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