Why is our resurrection important? Is it not because,

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    Being the Lamb was slain from the foundation of the world then it must also have been decreed from the foundation of the world that the Word would be made flesh.

    Question 1. If the Word had not been made flesh would there ever be a resurrection from the dead?

    Question 2. Would not man then have just lived his sinful life long or short and then died?

    Question 3. Therefore wasn't the purpose for the Word to be made flesh, to die for all of sinful creation and then be given life again?

    Question 4. Is that not the very purpose for the resurrection whether it be Jesus, the Word made flesh or us, to give life again?
     
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    Resurrection completed/proved that the Cross sacrifice by Christ paid in full all the debt sin that we owed to God...
     
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    So what do these answers mean relative to a yes or no followed by or not followed by a however? Did these answers, answer all four questions?
     
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    How did it do that?
     
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    And if Christ be not raised, your faith is vain; ye are yet in your sins. (1 Corinthians 15:17)
     
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    So your answers must be, no, yes,yes,yes.
     

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