Text: Matthew 28:1-7
Between every two days, there is a night. Day here signifies a period.
It could be months or years. Job 1:1-3, Job 1:13-2:10
After the night in Job’s life came the second day. Job 42:10-17
The second day lasted 140 years while his night lasted 9 months.
The first day of Jesus came when He was born. Luke 2:8-14
In the first day:
Miracles followed. John 2:1-11,
Deliverance followed. Mark 5:2-3
Joy followed. Luke 7:11-15
And then came His night. Matthew 27:45
His disciples abandoned Him. Matthew 26:56
There was sorrow all over the land.
And then fear led to a lockdown. John 20:19
His night lasted only 3 days and then came Day 2. Matthew 28:1-7
There was a great earthquake to signify to His followers that all yokes had been broken. Acts 16:25-26
An angel came (An angel is enough to take out over 100,000 men. 2 Kings 19:35)
The angel rolled away the stone and sat on it to signify permanent victory.
As from this resurrection morning, when your enemies see you coming, it’s either they run or they faint in the Name of Jesus. 1 Samuel 17:45-51
From today, your victory will become irreversible.
His second day:
+ Jesus is alive forevermore! Revelation 1:18
He is not only alive, He is in control.
Whether the world likes it or not, every knee will bow and every tongue will confess.
We have hope in Him. Colossians 1:27
Beloved Children, see yourself making the lame to walk.
See yourself casting out demons and they will obey you. Acts 16:16-18
See yourself working special miracles. Acts 19:11-12
A sinner can prevent his morning even when God is saying come into your morning.
Come out of sin, come into the day and your own resurrection will dawn. 2 Corinthians 5:17
If you reject the offer of the Lord Jesus, you can only be headed for hell.
If you haven’t given your life to Jesus, bow your head and cry to Him to save your soul.
Ask that this resurrection morning will be your own new day.
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