In my previous series of posts on what the cross means for us, I mentioned that Jesus rose from the dead. And this proved that he had broken the cycle of sin and death for good.
This led to some questions from readers, mostly as in “How did he prove he had broken the cycle of sin and death?” I’ll attempt to answer that question now.
Once upon a time in our history, God decided to intervene in the normal workings of human life, in a way never seen before or ever since. We know he did this to rescue us from the endless cycle of sin and death that we had fallen into. But why did he arrive when he did?