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    Easter- 2019

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  • Easter - 2019

     Weekly Study - Easter 2019

    **Begin your lesson with prayer committing your time in God's Word to Him.  Ask the Lord to give you 'ears to hear' what He wants to speak to you as you study.



    Easter 2019
    One of the most important and meaningful holidays is soon to be observed by believers around the world. Easter is a time of reflection as we remember the death of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and celebrate His resurrection. Ask the Lord to help you stay focused on Him and the meaning of this special time of year as you celebrate this Easter season.


    1. Think about the way most people celebrate Easter and the way you do. List any differences that come to mind.





    2. A Sunday that is connected to the Easter story is known as Palm Sunday. Use Matthew 21:1-11 to explain what took place on this day.





    3. Jesus went to Jerusalem to observe the Passover and the Feast of Unleavened Bread. Briefly summarize what you learn about this from Matthew 26:17-30.

    a. What stands out to you in these verses and why?
    Optional: How is I Corinthians 11:23-26 linked to Matthew 26:26-28?






    4. Record a few details of what grieves you the most in each of the following accounts of the suffering Jesus experienced before His crucifixion:

    a. Mark 14:32-42





    b. Luke 22:54-62





    c. Luke 22:63-65





    d. Matthew 27:15-26





    e. Matthew 27:27-31





    5. According to Mark 15:27-39 what happened when Jesus was crucified?
    Optional: Find and record a few Old Testament scriptures that speak of Christ's sufferings.





    6. Amazing love, how can it be, that You my King would die for me. How do these words, from a familiar song of praise, minister to you today?





    7. Jesus' body was buried in a tomb owned by Joseph of Arimathea (Mark 15:43-46).
    Use Matthew 28:1-8 and I Corinthians 15:3-4 to explain why the death of Jesus was not the end of the Easter story.

    a. Why is the resurrection of Jesus key to our Christian faith?






    8. We know the angel's announcement of Jesus' birth brought 'good news of great joy' (Luke 2:10). What is the 'good news' found in the following verses:

    a. John 11:25-26





    b. I Corinthians 6:14





    c. II Corinthians 5:21





    d. Ephesians 1:7





    9. 'Listen' to Jesus lovingly speak words of reassurance to you as you read John 14:1-3. What do you hear Him saying?

    a. Express your response to Him by writing a prayer.





    10. Share a few practical ways you can keep the remembrance of Jesus' death and the 'good news' of His resurrection in the center of your Easter celebration.