And he raised Him from the house of the dead, where the dead people live. Not just that he stayed in that tomb. The whatever it was, whether it was a millisecond in time or something more, I don’t know. We’ll never know. But this event, He went to where the dead ones are. Some speculate that He went to loosen those old testament saints. I don’t know. When we get to it I’ll have an answer for you, but right now that’s not my focus.

According to Pastor Melissa Scott my focus is to say it’s a lot more than just “raised Him up from the dead.” and if I may say I’ve heard so many people comment and say, “the resurrection message-” and I will say I’m proud every time that that message that plays on TV, when I hear it playing and I hear the response of eyes opened that say “wow! That’s the best presentation,” Dr. Scott’s proof of the resurrection “that’s the best presentation I’ve ever heard.” if you haven’t heard it, you need to hear it. But I’m going to tell you this. I have my own take on all this. I’m just going to do it real quick but I’ll tell you my own little take on this.

I’ve heard so many people say the disciples had association with Jesus and their risen Lord wasn’t really risen at all, but died a failure like Dr. Scott presents and therefore their synoptics, their writing just basically to add to the cover up of something that really didn’t happen. So I began to read and I thought, you know, the Bible says out of the mouth of two or three witnesses as thing is established and confirmed. Okay, throw the Gospels aside for a minute. Now I believe in the Gospel records, so I’m just saying for those skeptics, throw that aside.