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period. There is always a price to pay but it is worth it if one person is freed through our intervention. Jesus died for us on the cross so that, through His suffering, we would be made free. We are called to join in with God wherever God calls us to and wherever we can hear the cries of humanity for help.


Jesus was crucified for preaching about freedom of all in an empire that believed in freedom for the few. I am sure our voices are still needed in this world; that is why we are here and have been given the Holy Spirit to empower us for the service. Jesus was crucified on the cross (died like a criminal) for standing up for good and, because Jesus stood on the side of the oppressed, weak and sinners, God raised Him on the third day. We are promised that God will never leave us on our own as we proclaim the Gospel of Salvation.


We celebrate His resurrection and our hope is anchored on His death and resurrection and we hold on to that. We learn that we may appear to be losing, just as it appeared when Jesus died and was buried, but the grave could not hold Jesus down for long. “We are more than Conquerors through Him who loved us” (Romans 8:37) and the gates of hell shall not prevail against us, the “elect, called out” of God.


We proclaim during this period that Christ has died, Christ has


risen and Christ shall come again! Rev’d Andrew Mudharara


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