It’s safe to say the events recorded in Genesis are the foundation on which the entire gospel is built.
That’s exactly what we see when we look at Easter. Everything Jesus did during that week was done to restore the relationship Adam lost at the beginning of time. Here are three important ways Genesis is linked to Jesus’s death and resurrection:
1. God told Satan a Son of Eve would one day destroy him
“He shall bruise your head, and you shall bruise his heel.” – Genesis 3:15
It’s important to remember Easter is ultimately a spiritual battle between Christ and Satan. When God curses the serpent in the garden, He addresses Satan who was actually responsible for man’s temptation and fall.
We can only imagine what Adam and Eve were thinking: who would this Son be? And when would He come?
Read more: https://isgenesishistory.com/3-unexpected-ways-to-to-see-easter-in-genesis/
Description: Don't forget the resurrection in our Gospel message! This special Easter devotional is presented by author & Ark Encounter editor Tim Chaffey. It is based on his book "In Defense of Easter."
Description: Does Christianity hinge on the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ? What validates the promise to us of eternal life? Eric and Marianne examine the importance of Jesus' resurrection with Answers in Genesis resurrection expert and author Tim Chaffey. Together they explore what the Bible records about Christ conquering death.
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