The Empty Promises of Easter
“If it sounds to good to be true, it probably is”
1. The Empty Cross
The Empty Cross Represents The Promise of Forgiven Sins
Having forgiven us is the ancient Greek word charizomai—a verb form of the ancient Greek word charis (grace). We are forgiven by grace.
Literally, the handwriting is a certificate of indebtedness written in one’s own hand. Taken this way, this means that there is a pronouncement that the personal note which testifies against us is canceled.
Before a person comes to new life in Jesus, he is not a sick man who needs a doctor; he is a dead person who needs a Savior.