Are the words “talitha cumi” related to the resurrection of Jesus Christ? This is a question sent in by a reader who felt that they found a connection between the words “talitha cumi” and the words, “dew,” “fresh,” and “third day.” Here’s what we think.
Some groups say that after we die, we wait in the grave until the resurrection. Does Scripture really teach this?
After we die, do we go straight to heaven to be with Jesus? Or do we sit in the grave for an indeterminate amount of time until the resurrection? What does the Bible have to say about this topic?
Some groups, including the Seventh-Day Adventists, teach that believers, when they die, are in an unconscious state until the resurrection. Most of Christianity, however, does not agree with this teaching for the following reasons . . .
A collection of Easter poems reminding us of Christ’s crucifixion and resurrection.
As Christians, Christ’s crucifixion and resurrection remain fixed in our minds. But as Good Friday and Easter approach, it’s good to remember the price Jesus paid for us. Mark has written some thought-provoking poems reminding us of Jesus’ sacrifice.
Thanks you Jesus! And thank you, Mark, for the reminders.