Yass Community Baptist Church
Today we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ. We invite you to come and see what the life, death and resurrection of Jesus mean for you.
Locations & Times
  • Yass Community Baptist Church
    50 Laidlaw St, Yass NSW 2582, Australia
    Sunday 10:00 AM
Come and See
This is an invitation thousands of years old. It was the invitation issued to one of Jesus first followers. Today we invite you to follow in his footsteps to come and see what the life, death and resurrection of Jesus mean for us living today.

What did the followers of Jesus see?
Miracle Worker
The followers of Jesus saw a miracle worker. He turned water into wine, he healed the sick, caused the blind to see, he delivered people from spiritual oppression, he waled on water, he raised the dead and he calmed the storm with a word (two words actually).

Do you need a miracle in your life?
The good news is that Jesus is still a miracle worker today.
Good Teacher
Jesus didn't just perform miracles, in him his followers saw a good teacher. His teaching was right, true and trustworthy. Those who base their life upon the words of Jesus place their life upon a sure foundation.

Does it feel like your life is built on shifting sands?
The good news is that Jesus is still a good teacher today.

Crucified Saviour
In what must have seemed like the blink of an eye to his followers, Jesus was betrayed, endured an unjust trial and was crucified. It must have seemed like a crushing defeat. But the reality is that it was far from that. Jesus' death was no ordinary death. He died to save the world.

Are you lost? Do you need a saviour?
The good news is that Jesus is still the saviour today.
Risen Lord
Jesus did not stay long in the tomb. His followers found it empty on the 3rd day following his death. We can trust that the resurrection of Jesus happened, but what does it mean for us?
What do we see when we look at Jesus?
We see a miracle worker, a good teacher, the crucified saviour and the risen Lord.
We see our healing, our sure foundation, our forgiveness and our hope beyond death.

Today is the day to put your trust in him. We invite you to pray this prayer.
I want to put my trust in you today.
I invite you to come into my life.
Come heal me where I am broken.
Come teach me how to live as I put my trust in you.
Come forgive all of my sin.
Come fill me with hope beyond death.
Come fill me with your Holy Spirit.

Life Group Discussion Questions Below

As our life groups gather this week, we have attached our reference verse and some questions to prompt a deeper discussion and search into this week's topic.

If you are not currently part of a life group, and would like to join a small group of like minded people in fellowship and connection during the week, please contact Nick on 0417472474 to register your interest.
Life Group Discussion - Read 1 Corinthians 15:50-58 above
(1) If you heard Sunday's sermon, do you have any questions, or would you like to share any highlights?
(2) What hope is Paul speaking about in the above passage?
(3) What impact does the resurrection of Jesus and the hope of our own resurrection have on our attitude towards death?
(4) What impact should this hope have on the way we live our life now?

Take some time to pray for one another

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