Christology Audio SeriesWho is Jesus ChristChristology Session 10 The word “Christology” comes from two Greek words meaning “Christ / Messiah” and “word” – which combine to mean “the study of Christ.” Christology is the study of the Person and work of Jesus Christ. There are numerous important questions that Christology answers:  Today Dr. Hocking takes us into The Resurrection of Christ — Part One.  This is the backbone of the Christian faith.  For if Christ is not risen then our faith is in vain.  You will shout for joy as you get rooted in the God of our salvation.  The Resurrection of Christ — Part One An outstanding series on the gospel of Christ, death, burial and resurrection.

Christology Session 10

The Resurrection of Christ

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We are on the resurrection. Now let us start with Matthew 28. There is of course, the resurrection in all four accounts of the Gospels. Let us go to Matthew 28. You will be receiving a number of notes that are not in your outline, and so you might want to get some space handy to jot things down as they come to your attention and your heart.

Matthew 28:1 says, “In the end of the Sabbath….” Stop right there. The Greek word is plural. “In the end of the Sabbaths,” which means that we have to have two Sabbaths in a row? Now the weekly Sabbath occurs every Saturday, but we have to have another Sabbath. Which Sabbath is it?

Go back to Leviticus 23:

These [are] the feasts of the LORD, [even] holy convocations, which ye shall proclaim in their seasons. (Leviticus 23:4)

Whenever you see “holy convocations” or “holy meetings,” it is referring to the same thing as a Sabbath. That is, the requirements and the regulations for a Sabbath day apply to a holy convocation. It is holy, which means that day is separated from all other days of the week. We have a holy convocation. To prove this, look at verse 3, “Six days shall work be done, but the seventh day is the Sabbath of rest, a holy convocation. You shall do no work therein. It is the Sabbath of the Lord in all your dwellings.”

We have some festivals that also are holy convocations.

In the fourteenth [day] of the first month at even [is] the LORD’S passover. And on the fifteenth day of the same month [is] the feast of unleavened bread unto the LORD: seven days ye must eat unleavened bread. (Leviticus 23:5-6)

Scripture Reference:

Mat 28:1; Lev 23:4-6; Exd 12;Jhn 8:12; Lev 23:5-6; Isa 53:5;Lev 23:7-8; Col 1:20;

Lev 23:9-11;1Cr 15:20-23; Exd 31:12; 1Cr 5:7;Lev 23:12-17; 1Cr 15:20-23;Mat 28:1-20;

Mar 16:1-14;Luk 24:1; Luk 23:55; Luk 24:2-12;Jhn 20:1-18; Act 1:9-10;Mat 17:1-8;

Rev 11:3-6; Zec 4:11;Psa 91:11; Jhn 20:19-20; 1Jo 1:1;Jhn 20:21; Luk 19:10; Jhn 20:22;

Col 1:16-17; Rom 8:9


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