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The Best Is Yet To Come

Smelling the sweet aroma of the Christ's resurrection.

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Introduction

I. Christ the prince

II. Christ the firstfruits

III. Christ the crucified one

IV. Present realities of Christ's resurrection

a. Spiritual resurrection, literal re-creation
b. Internal motivation
c. Foretaste of our future destiny

Conclusion

Dave Johnson is the senior pastor at Church of the Open Door in Maple Grove, Minnesota.

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