10 Quotes from Resurrection Hope and the Death of Death

Mitchell Chase is an associate professor of biblical studies at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is also the preaching pastor of Kosmosdale Baptist Church in Louisville, Kentucky, and is the author of several books.

Here is a link to the Q&A with Mitch Chase about Resurrection Hope

1. Resurrection hope affords you the opportunity to think about death clearly and without delusion. (Pg. 19)

2. If you negate the resurrection hope that Jesus embodies and promises, there is no gospel worth preserving or preaching. (Pg. 19)

3. Death is strong; the grave seems so inevitable and invincible. Our days our numbered. But God is the God of life, and he has the ability to fulfill what he has promised. (Pg. 27)

4. The future resurrection of the dead will be God’s last word over the grave, and then death will be no more. (Pg. 47)

5. If there is no death on the path of righteousness, that must mean the God of life will overcome the effects of sin and the curse for his people. (Pg. 70)

6. For the righteous, rising leads to shining because of the power of God endowing his embodied image-bearers with glory and honor. (Pg. 87)

7. The tomb of David was occupied, but the tomb of Jesus was empty. (Pg. 99)

8. The resurrection is so integral to the gospel that the good news is emptied of its power without it. (Pg. 116)

9. The believer can trust that the hardships of this world will not soil the glorious inheritance of the saints. (Pg. 130)

10. If we know and love the sovereign Christ, we need not fear, for he himself is the living one who holds the keys to death and Hades. (Pg. 146)

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Evan Knies is an elder of North Hills Church in West Monroe, LA. He is husband of Lauren and father to Maesyn. He is a graduate of Boyce College and Southern Seminary.

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