James Kennedy

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Message From an Empty Tomb

The resurrection of Jesus offers us a message of hope, love, and grace.

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Introduction

I. The resurrection is a message of hope

II. The resurrection is a message of love

III. The resurrection is a message of grace

Conclusion

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