God Will Work for Our Great Resurrection (Evening)


1 Corinthians 2:9 But as it is written: “Eye has not seen, nor ear heard, Nor have entered into the heart of man The things which God has prepared for those who love Him.”

As a result of social misconduct and a strong desire to be rich, Tommy engaged in the narcotics trade’s dark world. It did not matter how well the cover-up; the authorities detected their operation. He was caught red-handed and had to languish behind bars. His assets that he had collected were sold to take care of the case and his family expenses during his imprisonment. While in prison, many people claim that Tommy will not recover; things will only worsen as he was surrounded by fellow criminals who learned bad things from each other. Tommy’s deepest fear was the destruction of his family. He was sad and did not dare to imagine his family’s devastation, especially his children, of shame of his actions.

For man, Tommy’s life is ruined, his pride was destroyed, and there is nothing left for his future. However, the power of God goes beyond human boundaries and defeats every possibility. Tommy experienced true repented instead of destruction. Tommy’s life was completely changed after his personal encounter with God in his prison room. Upon the end of his sentence, Tommy started a new life with his family. His fear never materialized. His family remained intact, and by the power of God’s grace, his family loves him even more.

The resurrection of Lord Jesus gives us hope that God can resurrect with him anything dead for man. It may seem impossible and unthinkable for us, but remember, God’s resurrection was also inconceivable and unprecedented. The God we praise, God who lives, with Him we will also be greatly resurrected like never done before.




1. What seems to be dead and has no hope to you today?
2. What sort of a great resurrection that you expect, even if it is unthinkable?
3. How is the moment of the great resurrection of Lord Jesus gives you new hope?


“Lord Jesus, we believe that You are our living God. You can resurrect whatever is hopeless for us. Thank you, Lord, we accept the gift of the great resurrection in the moment of this year’s Easter. In the name of Lord Jesus, we pray. Amen.”