The Empty Tomb

Episode 4 April 18, 2022 00:35:04
The Empty Tomb
First Baptist Owasso
The Empty Tomb

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Chris Wall • Luke 24:1-8 ESV

These ladies went to the tomb expecting to complete the grim task of preparing the mutilated body of Jesus for a proper burial. Approaching the tomb, shock and amazement took over as they discovered Jesus was no longer in the grave. He is Alive. This morning, let's walk into this first resurrection moment working to experience the risen Lord who continues to move powerfully in the lives of all who believe in Him.

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