Acts 2:14: 36-41
In a loud voice Peter proclaims that the one who was crucified is the Christ.

1 Peter 2: 20 -25

Christ Jesus leaves an example.  Through his wounds we are healed.

John 10: 1-10
Jesus uses the images of shepherd, sheep and sheepfold to show his love for us.

Acts 2:14. 22-23
God raised Jesus to life, and all his disciples are witnesses to that.

1 Peter 1: 17-21
It is through Christ that we have faith in God, who raised him from the dead. 

Luke 24: 13-35
The risen Lord walks with his disciples and talks to them on the road.

Acts 2: 42 - 47
An insight into how the early followers of Christ lived in community, continued to worship in the Temple and shared all they had.

1 Peter 1: 3-9
Peter uses the form of a Jewish blessing to praise God for the new life of baptism given through the resurrection of Christ.

John 20:19-31

Thomas is not present when the risen Lord appears to the disciples and cannot accept their testimony unless he sees for himself.  The Lord then appears to him and he believes.  Jesus declares blessed those who have not seen and yet believe.

Acts 10:34. 37-43
Peter preaches the good news: God has raised Jesus to life.

Colossians 3: 1-4
We have been brought to true life with Christ.  Our life is now hidden in him

John 20: 1-9
Mary Magdalen discovers the empty tomb.  The beloved disciple sees and believes.

Isaiah 50: 4-7
The suffering servant of Isaiah assures us of our victory over suffering.

Philippians 2: 6-11
Christ’s suffering is deeper than we imagine but his exaltation is also higher than we can imagine.

Matthew 26:14- 27:66
Matthew describes the death of Christ in terms of destruction, yet this destruction brings the dead back to life and reveals the unshakeable reality of heaven.