One of the most amazing and life changing experiences for me has been visiting the holy land in Israel. Walking on the same streets that Jesus and the Disciples walked. Visiting Jerusalem where King David and King Solomon ruled. Sailing on a boat on the Sea of Galilee. Visiting the valley where David slew Goliath. The most impacting place for me, was a place called Golgotha. It's a cliff right in the middle of Jerusalem called the place of the skull. And you can actually see the outline of a skull in the side of the wall. It's believed that that's the place where Jesus was crucified. Nearby they have a garden too. Now they can't prove that it's the actual place where Jesus was buried, but it's around the same area. As you walk in you see a sign that's nailed to the wall. It says "He is not here, for he is risen." Every easter we celebrate the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, but I believe we should celebrate it every single day. It's the one thing that separates Christianity from every other religion. We believe that Jesus is the Son of God and he is risen. And he's seated at the right hand of the Father in Heaven. Christian author C.S. Lewis says that "When you read the teaching of Jesus, you have to determine he's one of three things. He's either Lord and who he says he is. He's a liar, or he's a lunatic. After seeing all the evidence in Jerusalem. Spending time in the holy land. I'm convinced he is not there, he is risen indeed and he wants a relationship with all those who call on him today. Jesus said, "I am The Way, The Truth and The Life. And no man comes to the Father, but through me. Maybe today's the day for you to consider Christ as Lord of your life.
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