The Resurrection of the Body

Aug 15, 2021    Trent Casto

Many people think of the Christian hope as simply going from the "forgiveness of sins” to the "life everlasting.” But that’s not the full Christian hope. Sandwiched between the forgiveness of sins and the life everlasting, we confess: “I believe in the resurrection of the body.” What does this mean, and why should you be excited about it? Listen in to find out!

Sermon Outline:

I. Why Must My Body Be Raised?
II. What Will My Resurrection Body Be Like?

Sermon Discussion Questions:
1. Have you ever thought much about the resurrection of the body? Or have you mostly thought about your eternal existence in a disembodied state?
2. Why can we have such firm confidence in the resurrection of our own bodies one day?
3. What do you think about the idea that there will be continuity between our present bodies and our resurrection bodies? Does it raise any concerns for you?
4. What aspect of the transformation of our bodies do you most anticipate?

This is the eighth sermon in the series "I Believe", today, August 8th, 2021, Pastor Trent Casto delivers his sermon entitled "The Resurrection of the Body" based on 1 Corinthians 15:12-26