The resurrection of Christ is central to Christianity. As Reformed Christians, we follow the pattern of the early church to gather every week on the Lord’s Day, the first day of the week because that is the day Christ rose from the dead; every Lord’s Day is a celebration of Christ’s resurrection and one of 52 holy days in the New Covenant. It is, nonetheless, not unfitting that we observe one Lord’s Day each year in particular to give special attention to the resurrection of Christ and the benefits we receive from His glorious triumph over the grave. Our sermon this Lord's Day focuses on God's cleansing us from our defilement through Christ's rising from the grave for us. This Lord's Day we focus our minds and our hearts on the blessings that are ours in Christ because of His resurrection from the grave.
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