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August 28, 2022 41 min

I love the thought of Joseph of Arimethea, the man who let Jesus use his tomb, going home the night that Jesus was killed and telling his wife, “Hey honey, guess what? I have to confess to you, I gave my tomb away.” In response, she might have looked at him and said, “Honey, how could you do that? You know how much it costs for us to have that tomb hewn out of the rock for me and for you and for our children and grandchildren.” But his answer was pretty clear. He said, “Don't worry about a thing, He's gonna be outta here in three days.” And guess what? He was right because Jesus’ body was placed in the tomb, but three days later, He rose again. He did exactly what He said He would do. He is not here, for He has risen, and that's why we celebrate Him today.

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