Everyday Easter sayings

If Jesus is alive on Easter, then He’s alive every single day of the year!

Experience Jesus — the Uncorpse — at #UnconferenceNashville, June 23-25.

Jesus ceased being deceased!

He rose to make heroes by living His life in & through ordinary people like me & you.

This Roman fatality opened the way to immortality! (Who is Jesus Christ?)

Jesus didn’t rise to create a religious holiday, but to be our living Lord!

Jesus is the Eternal Leaper over the grim reaper!

Jesus is the Uncorpse — alive forevermore!

Jesus left His tomb empty so that He can fill your empty heart!

Jesus rose up, rocked the tomb & rolled the stone away.

Looking into Jesus’ empty tomb has emptied many people of their unbelief.

To attend church on Easter is one thing. To live a resurrection life is another.

Don’t just hear about Him. Experience the death-defeating Jesus for yourself!

Resurrection reality reverberates in my soul.

When I met Jesus, I realized that He wasn’t dead anymore.

There’s no high like the risen Jesus flowing through your soul!

Go beyond remembering the Resurrection to hanging out with Jesus live.

Jesus’ resurrection reveals the real world. This temporary world is passing away.

Running on empty? The empty tomb says, be empty of self & full of the risen Jesus.

Everyday is Easter! (Experience the risen Jesus every single day all year long!)

When Jesus rose up in victory; death went down in defeat!

The death-defeating Jesus turned “The End” into “The Beginning.”

Jesus’ resurrection overcame the casualty of human mortality.

It’s easy to live like Jesus is dead and gone. Wake up to the reality behind the Resurrection!

Jesus experienced death & then made a U-turn, coming back to live forever!

They carried Jesus’ dead body into the tomb, but He walked out on His own!

Jesus defeated the doom & gloom of His tomb!

Two “roses:” Jesus rose from death & then rose into Heaven.

Let the risen Jesus explain the Scriptures to you & your heart will burn within.

Don’t exchange the risen Jesus 4 Easter Eggs, Bunnies, Services, Candy, Clothes, Etc.

When I met Jesus

When they thought He had
Breathed His last breath
Jesus got up from death!

Death was undone
When it tried
To take away God’s Son!

One day the Son rose
From a Judean tomb
Never to set again.

I believe in the Resurrection
Because the Resurrected One
Is my constant companion.

The last chapters of
Matthew, Mark, Luke, & John
Claim & proclaim
Jesus is alive!

Easter calls us beyond church as usual to something altogether different, ekklesia!

Without the Resurrection, ekklesia is impossible, because it requires a living Jesus.

A risen Jesus can personally & directly lead us when we gather in His name!

Ekklesia is an informal, unplanned, participatory God-gathering led by the risen Jesus.

Learn how to experience the risen Jesus in ekklesia.

About Steve Simms

I like to look and think outside the box. In college I encountered Jesus Christ and I have been passionate about trying to get to know Him better ever since. My wife and I co-lead a non-traditional expression of the body of Christ in Nashville based on open participation and Spirit-led sharing. We long to see the power and passion of the first Christ-followers come to life in our time. I have written a book about our experiences called, "Beyond Church: An Invitation To Experience The Lost Word Of The Bible--Ekklesia" that is available in Kindle & paperback @ http://amzn.to/2nCr5dP
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