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— The Words of the Prophets

What did David say about Jesus' death (a thousand years before it happened)? (Psalm 16:9,10)

Peter addresses the first Christians in Acts 2:29-31. He said that David was still in his , but that the Messiah (Jesus) .


— Jesus' Own Words

What did Jesus say would happen to Him? (Luke 18:31-33)


— The Empty Tomb

How was the tomb secured . . .

By Jesus' friends? (Mark 15:46)

By Jesus' enemies? (Matthew 27:62-66)

Possible explanations for the empty tomb:



My conclusion


— Jesus' Resurrected Appearance

From John 20:1-18, (verses 1-7, and 8-14, and 15-18) who was the first to see Jesus?

Read Luke 24:13-32. (verses 13-23 and 24-32) When were the two travelers finally convinced that it was Jesus talking with them?

Then, in verses 33-35, what were the travelers compelled to do?


— The Witnesses

List the witnesses from 1 Corinthians 15:3-8:








— The Resurrection Life

Read John 11:25. Jesus is the and the .

What does the resurrection tell us about Jesus? (Romans 1:1-4)

From Lesson One (John 5:16-18), what does this relationship say about Jesus and God?

Read Hebrews 13:8 and rewrite this short verse in your own words.

Read Acts 2:22-36. (verses 22-28 and 29-36) What was the topic of this first Christian message?



1. Could Jesus' appearance have been just that of a ghost? (Luke 24:36-43) Explain.

2. Why did the chief priests and Pharisees care about securing the tomb? (Matthew 27:62-66)

3. From what you have learned in this lesson, describe God's power to work in your life today.


Lesson Conclusions #4 Final


Memory Verse

". . . if I go and prepare a place for you,
I will come back and take you to be with me
that you also may be where I am."

John 14:3


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