In this special Gospel Partner episode, celebrate the Everlasting King, Jesus Christ, and His resurrection with powerful songs, a life-transforming message by Joseph Prince and an inspiring story that will open your eyes to His unfailing grace and bring light to your darkness.

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Hello, Church! Stand to your
feet. Oh man, I miss you all.

Two years! Two long years. The
Bible says Joseph was in prison

for two years. Do you all miss
me as much as I miss you? I tell

you: Today I expect you all to
respond two-years-worth.

Alright? You know, for two
years, I stand down here

preaching for the online; right,
the broadcast, and nobody is in

this room. I will preach to the
camera, just the video person

behind the camera and me. Then,
I will crack a joke and nobody

laughs. And then after for a
while, I will hear the cricket

behind. So today I expect two
years’ response, okay? Praise

the Lord. And what better time
to be together physically than

on Resurrection Day? Amen? Turn
to your neighbour, and fist-bump

or elbow bump at least three
persons around you. [Worship]

Come and praise Him, royal
priesthood Come and worship,

holy nation Worship Jesus our
Redeemer He’s so precious King

of glory… Today we celebrate
Resurrection Day.

Resurrection is the greatest power
in the whole universe. Once upon a

time, death was the greatest
power on earth; because of man’s

sin, death came in. God never
had that as part of His love

plan for His children. When God
made man and woman, God never

wanted them to contract disease,
grow old and die. That’s not the

Father’s plan for His family. He
made everything good for them

but God gave them a choice – the
free choice to choose life to

continue with Him, in
compliance, in agreement with

all that He has for them. But
man with the free choice chose

to rebel against God. And as a
result, down through the eons of

time, like what God said, today
you sin, “dying you shall die.”

Dying spiritually; men will die
physically in the future. It’s

not God’s heart. God’s heart was
broken. So as a result, the

Bible says the wages of sin is
death but the gift of God is

eternal life through Jesus
Christ our Lord. God so loved

the world God gave His Son,
Jesus Christ, to take not only

the sins but to suffer the death
for you and I on that cross. So

down through the eons of time,
people: Death was the most

powerful force on planet earth.
No one can escape it; no child,

no man, no woman. Wherever you
go, you can hide in the highest

mountain, swim in the deepest
ocean, death will find you one

day. So down through the
corridors of time, death came

marching for men–every man. But
finally, there came a Man and He

came looking for death to
destroy it. And that’s why we

celebrate Resurrection Day.
Because the Bible says through

man came death; by Man also came
resurrection. And resurrection

today transcends death.
Hallelujah. It is now the

greatest power in the whole
universe. Jesus said, “I am the

resurrection and the life”. And
because He is the resurrection

and the life, He is here right
now. You see, resurrection has

this quality, people.
Resurrection is not coming and

going. Resurrection is appearing
and disappearing. It transcends

time and it transcends space.
Now Jesus can appear and then He

can disappear. So it is a matter
of us having eyes to see or not

to see; because today Jesus is
not circumscribed by time. He is

not limited by space or
geography. In Israel when He was

here, they had to go to where He
is to receive healing. They had

to go to where Jesus is. He was
limited by time and space. But

when He rose from the dead, He
could appear and He could

disappear. Transcend time and
space. And Jesus today, He is

here right now. He can be there
online where you are watching.

And friend, He comes not to be a
spectator in our midst. He comes

not to be looking at you and say
you look good today. He comes to

impart, to supply, to provide,
to heal, to deliver. That’s the

nature of love. His heart is so
full of love, it pains Him not

to be able to give to you. Will
you be among those today that

will allow Him to heal you?
Allow Him to do good to you.

Allow Him to bless you. Allow
Him to give whatever He has in

His heart for you. Will you?
Amen. Praise the Lord. [Worship]

Turn your eyes upon Jesus Look
full in His wonderful face And

the things of earth will grow
strangely dim In the light of

His glory and grace. My friend,
it’s not a question of coming or

going. It’s a question of
appearing and disappearing.

Today Jesus in His resurrected
form is here. Amen? And just

like that, He can just impart to
you the healing that you need.

Can you sense His presence?
[Worship] Let all the things of

this earth grow strangely dim In
the light of His glory and grace

Even right after the service, I
had a sister come right over to

talk to the ushers. Two years of
being afflicted with cancer in

her brain, she came to testify
that she is totally healed. The

doctors had verified – totally
healed. [Worship]

Jesus, Lord to me. Master,
Saviour, Prince of Peace Ruler

of my heart today Jesus, Lord to
me. Jesus. Let Your healing

flow. Let your healing flow.
Jesus. Jesus. At the name of

Jesus. Every knee will bow. At
the name of Jesus, cancer will

bow. At the name of Jesus, your
tumour will disappear. At the

name of Jesus. Name above
every name. What a healing

Jesus, Lord to me. You are a
healing Jesus You come to

refresh, restore and heal. What
a healing Jesus for such a time

as this Arise on healing wings
Son of righteousness What a

healing Jesus, Lord I found in
you You are a healing Jesus to

restore, refresh and renew. What
a healing Jesus for such a time

as this. Arise on healing wings
Oh Son of righteousness. Be

healed in the name of Jesus. If
you are afflicted in any area,

place your hand on that area
right now in the name of Jesus.

Hallelujah. [Singing in the
Spirit] Place your hand on that

area. Amen. If you don’t know
where to place your hand, just

place your hand on the head.
[Singing in the Spirit…He is

healing now…] Singing in the
Spirit] Right now in the name of

the Lord Jesus, you foul spirit
of infirmity, loose their bodies

and let them go free in the name
of the Lord Jesus Christ. This

healing Jesus, in His
resurrected form, He is here

right now, receive, receive your
healing. Thank you Lord Jesus.

There it is. That freedom. Amen.
That resurrected Jesus has set

you free. He has healed you.
Amen! Praise the name of Jesus.

If you know the pain is gone,
Amen, there is no more

restriction to your movement:
you can bend your knee, Amen,

you can move your elbow, Amen,
or the fever has broken, it’s

gone, Hallelujah, if that is
you, Amen, do a big wave. Now,

this is not a wave of worship.
This is a wave of something

happened; Jesus touched me.
Amen. That’s the wave. Come on.

If that is you, do a big wave
all across this place. Wave

really big because it’s quite a
big auditorium. Look around you.

Camera, just pan on all these
precious people. Amen. Look at

all these precious people. Thank
you, Jesus. Amen. In the upper

tier here, I see your hands.
Alright, pastors…Keep on waving.

Church, this is all the work of
One. His name is? Jesus. His

name is? Jesus. And He is still
performing miracles. Amen. Now

some of you, you are saying,
“Well Pastor, I want Jesus to

touch me or my family”. Listen,
don’t have to wait for moments

like this. Amen. At any time He
can touch you. Believe. Spend

time with Him. You know when you
are spending time with Jesus,

you are spending time with the
Healer. You see, we always think

of ourselves as you know human
nature, even I myself. We think

of our salvation, our
forgiveness of sins, our

healing, our blessing. But God
the Father wants to connect our

affections with the One who
brought salvation, with the One

who brought forgiveness, with
the One who provided healing for

us. His Son, He wants us to fall
in love with His Son. And how

can we not love this beautiful
One? Amen? Church, on

Resurrection Day, just remain
standing just a bit more ok?

Because I have been standing for
two services already, so, and

I’m young. So I hope you all as
young as well. Now when you look

at Jesus, with one word, the
dead are raised. Like the widow

of Nain. He stopped the bier,
the stretcher, and the widow was

crying. He says, “Don’t cry”.
And the young man, He looked at

the young man, He said, “Young
man, I say unto you, ‘Arise’.”

And the dead rose. And Jesus
gave him back to his mother.

Have you noticed in the Bible
whether it’s Jairus daughter

that He raised from the dead or
the young man of Nain. He always

return them to the mother or the
father. He never lays a claim on

them even though He can. He
gives it back to the father or

mother. It’s up to us as the
father and mother to return the

child to Jesus. Consecrate the
child to Jesus. Amen. But He

never puts a price on His
healing. He never say, “I heal

you now, now you follow Me”. He
never does that. He never does

that. He heals and it’s free.
Hallelujah. Hallelujah.

Hallelujah. So church we are
dealing with One whose perfect

love, absolute goodness. By man
came death, God sent His Son as

man. And by Man came
resurrection from the dead.

Amen? You may be seated. We have
so many more testimonies that we

can go around asking. But
church, all the barriers between

us and God has now been removed.
Amen? One day in heaven we will

truly see Him face to face, and
in a place where in that region,

there is nothing but perfect
blessing, all happiness,

absolute felicity, peace and
shalom. Nothing there will hurt

or destroy. The Bible says Jesus
is coming back soon to bring us

there. And when He comes back
for us, we are going to have a

brand new body. Our bodies will
be like His, that’s why we

celebrate Resurrection Day
today. Amen. Thank you Jesus.

Thank you Lord. In mansions of glory

and absolute delight I’ll ever
adore you in heaven so bright

I’ll sing with the glittering
crown on my brow If ever I loved

Thee my Jesus ’tis now My Jesus
I love Thee, I know Thou art

mine For Thee all the follies of
sin I resign My gracious

Redeemer, my Saviour art Thou If
ever I loved Thee my Jesus ’tis

now I love Thee because Thou has
first loved me My suffering and

judgement thereon Calvary’s tree
I love Thee for wearing the

thorns on Thy brow If ever I
loved Thee my Jesus ’tis now My

Jesus, do you love him? ‘tis now
In a world that is becoming

increasingly uncertain, in a
world that as we look ahead, we

see people sabre rattling, wars
going on, confusion. People

hating each other for different
reasons or for no reason. We

know that this is all part of
what Jesus said would happen

just before He comes again for
His people. Aren’t you glad you

see? Amen. You see the One who
loves you. And all the world is

crying out, for someone to love
them. In a world that is

increasingly becoming more
dangerous, thank God Jesus says,

“How often I would have gathered
you like a mother hen would

gather her chicks but you don’t
want it, and now I have to leave

you alone”. And that’s what He
said to Israel. He is our

shelter and our hiding place. We
can go to Him any time, any time

for refuge. Amen? When you feel
afraid, when you feel afraid, I

don’t care whether it’s a fear
of the future, whether it’s a

fear over your children, a fear
over some symptoms in your body,

whether it’s a fear of not
having enough, a fear of growing

old, whatever fear of death. My
friend, Jesus, this Resurrection

Service is to commemorate that
Jesus Christ rose from the dead,

transcending every limitation
known to man. The greatest is

death and He transcend it.
Resurrection is greater than

death. Amen? Then there is
depression, disease and all

kinds of fear that torment man.
I want you right now to put your

trust in Jesus and tell Him,
“Lord you are my refuge”. Say,

“Lord Jesus, you are my refuge”.
If you have never made Jesus

your refuge, a place of hiding,
do it right now. A place of

refuge. Just tell Him, “You are
my refuge”. Oh Hallelujah. Call

Him, “You are my refuge. Lord
Jesus, you are my hiding place”.

are my hiding place You always

fill my heart with songs of
deliverance I just heard the

Lord said, “When this song is
being sung, I want you all to

learn this song and throughout
this week, keep on singing it.

The more you sing this song”,
the Lord said to me, “He’s going

to move every fear out of your
life”. Amen. Hiding place. Call

Him that. You always fill my
heart with songs of deliverance

Whenever I am afraid I will
trust in You I will trust in You

Let the weak say I am strong in
the strength of my Lord You are

my hiding place You always fill
my heart with songs of

deliverance Come on stand to
your feet. Let Your

perfect love cast down every
fear. Let Your wonderful love

embrace your people. And remove
them, separate them, sanctify

them from every fear, from every
fear. Do you feel that

peace? Receive it. Jesus said,
“Peace, I leave with you. My

peace, I give unto you. Not as
the world give, give I unto you.

Let not your heart be troubled.”
Hey, that’s our part. Amen? He

says, “Peace I leave with you.
Let not.” And I cannot “let not”

for you. Your spouse cannot “let
not” for you. Your friend cannot

“let not” for you. You’ve gotta
“let not”. Amen. And from now

on, will you just, whatever
worries come to your mind about

tomorrow, tomorrow will take
care of itself, the Bible says.

He gives us this day our daily
bread. Not weekly bread, not

monthly bread. Our daily bread.
Amen. So what do you say? Forget

it. Don’t worry about it. Cut
off. Out. Amen? When the day

comes, the provision will be
there. God will take care of me

because God is a present-day
God. Amen. He’s a right now God,

a very present help. Amen. So
don’t live in the future. You

know how you live in the future?
You worry. You worry about

things that has not happened as
if right now it is happening.

Your body feels like it is
happening. Don’t waste your

emotions. Don’t waste your peace
of mind on something that has

not yet happened. But God says,
“I am that I am.” Not I will be

that I will be. Not I was that I
was, but I am that I am. What

does that mean? You wanna find
God? You gonna stay in the realm

of God when all things are
possible? Amen. Where provisions

flow? Where there is healing and
wholeness? Stay in the present.

Don’t let your mind go to the
future. And don’t live in the

past. The past is what? What is
the past? Regret. Guilt of

something that is done already,
that you cannot change. You are

still living in the past. Stop
it! For your peace of mind, for

your health, live now. The past
is gone. Say “pshush”. Amen?

Where is God? He didn’t say I
will be that I will be. Or I was

that I was. “I am that I am.”
Amen. Amen. Go ahead. Fist bump

at least three persons before
you are seated. Praise the Lord!

Praise the Lord! Okay. I got, I
got 20 minutes to preach to all

of you. Heh heh. Two years
supply for a physical audience.

Heh heh. Yeah, let’s… You know
what? Probably next week we

might have to go into third
service because this week the,

the booking has been
overwhelming, alright? The

moment it opened up, within a
few hours, I was told, within

the hour or something like that,
it was all booked up. So I think

we have to open another service,
alright. A third service. But

until then, I’m not gonna live
in the future. I’m now in this

service, which means there’s no
another service. We can stay

here as long as we want. Amen.
Amen. Amen. I mean, you all came

for this service. The first
service, right, we had to shoo

them away, because we had to
sanitize the place. And I told

them, I dunno why you all so
dirty. Talking to God’s

sanctified children that we have
to sanitize the place. And this

place that you sit down right
now on, has been sanitized just

now. So we have to finish the
service early, right? And

sanitize the place. But you
folks, you leave the place dirty

afterwards. Amen? No, you leave
a blessing behind. So if there

is a performance here at the
Star, the next performance, when

someone sit down there,
Hallelujah! Man, I feel the

power of God. Amen. Amen. If a
mosquito bites you, if a

mosquito bites you, you won’t
get, dengue. The mosquito will

go away saying, there is power
in the blood. There’s power in

the… Haha. Amen. Hey,
Resurrection Day. It’s not a

question of going or coming.
It’s a question of appearing or

disappearing. Amen. You know,
Jesus raised, that’s what’s

recorded for us in the gospels.
The Bible says there are many

things Jesus did, many miracles,
that if all of them were

written, I suppose that all the
books in the world could not

contain all that He said and
did. That’s what was said in

John. John says, I suppose all
the books in the world cannot

contain it. Amen? But what is
recorded for us in the gospels?

We have three accounts of Jesus
raising the dead. I alluded to

that earlier. Jairus’ daughter.
Her age is mentioned. She was 12

years old when Jesus raised her
from the dead. And then there’s

a young man of Nain, the widow’s
son. And because she’s a widow,

her husband had passed on, all
her hope is wrapped up in this

boy. We’re not told how old he
is. A young man could be a

teenager, and he just died. So
Jairus’ daughter, 12 years of

age, and just died as Jesus was
coming to the house because she

was sick. As Jesus was on His
way, she died. So we know she

just died. The young man of
Nain, they, they bury people, in

those days on the same day they
die. They’re very quick about

such things. So probably he died
hours earlier, alright? Longer

than Jairus’ daughter. But
because of this, some people

might say that Jesus did not
raise the dead. Alright. These

people actually, maybe they,
they were just, they had a

fainting spell or something like
that. Jesus just resuscitated

them. So because of that, we
have a third example, the

raising of Lazarus. Now Jesus
waited. Jesus waited. Now, do

you know why Jesus waited? The
Bible says Lazarus was dear to

His heart. Just like his, his
sisters Martha and Mary. They

were very dear to Jesus’ heart.
They opened up their house to

Jesus. Lazarus and his sisters
would welcome Jesus. And it’s

like a home away from His home.
He came a long way. He wasn’t so

comfortable in Jerusalem, the
religious centre. He was at home

in Bethany where Lazarus, Martha
and Mary stayed. And now the

Bible says, Lazarus is sick.
He’s dying. So the news came to

Jesus and Jesus was at a place
called Bethabara, a place of

crossing. Why crossing? That’s a
place, the time of Joshua, they

crossed there with the ark of
the covenant, a picture of

resurrection. And that’s where
Jesus was when they came to

Jesus saying, notice how they
came to Him. They said that he

whom You love is sick. What a
nice approach! You know, the one

you love is sick. How to get the
Lord’s attention. Right? And the

Bible says, Jesus did something
strange to the human mind. He

stayed two more days. Amen. Two
more days. Okay. You are not

listening to what I said earlier
in the service, right? You know

what did I say in the… Two,
two years talking to an empty

auditorium. You all laugh at
home, you all clap at home, you

all shout Amen at home, I cannot
hear. Now I can. Amen. Let me

hear some sound behind that
mask! Haha! So Jesus waited. Two

more days. You see, Jesus is not
moved by human sentiment. Many a

times we miss the will of God
because of our human sentiment.

We move by human sentiment.
Amen. Jesus is not moved by

human sentiment. He loved
Lazarus. He loved Martha and

Mary, but He stayed put two more
days. Why? Like I told you just

now, He’s got to prove beyond
the shadow of any doubt, Lazarus

is deader than dead. So after
four days, after Lazarus has

been dead for how long? Four
days. Jesus came on the scene.

And a lot of Jewish people were
there and Martha came crying to

Jesus, said, “Lord, if you had
been here, my brother would not

have died.” And Jesus said to
her, “Your brother shall rise

again.” Now I wanna tell you
something about this Man. What

would you think if you spend
time in company with a Man who

spoke to the dead and the dead
comes alive? What would you

think? And if you see this Man,
every time He speaks to the

dead, the dead comes alive. He
speaks to leprosy, leprosy

departs. He speaks to demons,
they are cast out. He speaks to

disease and sickness, they flee
before Him. He speaks to the

storm and the storm kowtow. And
there’s a perfect calm. If you

spend time with this Man for
three and a half years, and you

see the power in His words. And
you see this Man with power over

death, going into death Himself,
you see this Man going into

death Himself. What do you think
is gonna happen? Just like

David’s mighty men. When there’s
this, one of the mighty men

listed in the list of mighty men
of David, one of them fought

with a lion on a snowy day in a
pit! Now how many know that to

fight with a lion, even on a
non-snowy day, a normal day,

don’t have to mention the pit,
alright? There’s no hope for you

fighting with a lion. This man,
mighty man of David, one of

David’s mighty men fought with a
lion on a snowy day in a pit. So

it’s like you hear the, the, the
man jump into the pit where the

lion was, and you hear the roar
and the, and the, and the tugs

and all that. And you, you, you,
you think to yourself, only one

will come out. In the natural,
the world says the lion will

come out. And out came David’s
mighty man. And the lion is

dead. So if you see this Man
that you spend time with, Amen,

with a power to calm the storm,
to raise the dead, to cleanse

the leper, to heal the sick, to
unstop deaf ears and open the

blind eyes. You spend three and
a half years with Him and you

see Him go to the cross and
submitting Himself to death.

Death cannot come on Him. Death
tried to come on Him a number of

times, He turned it around and
death had to bow before Him.

They tried to kill him before
the time, they cannot. My Bible

says He cried with a loud voice.
Yes, He was suffering. Yes,

there’s pain. But with all the
power He had, when He finished

everything, the Bible says He
cried with a loud voice,

“Finished!” Satan vanquished,
the law magnified, God

glorified, man redeemed. Amen.
He cried with a loud voice. No

one can can kill Him before His
time. They came to arrest him in

the Garden. He asked them, “Whom
do you seek?” And, and they say,

“We are looking, we are looking
for Jesus.” These people had

knives, they had spears. They
brandished their swords in the

air and they said, “We are
looking for Jesus.” Jesus was

unarmed, Amen. What did He do?
He stepped forward. He says, “I

AM.” And they all fell. Just
those power… just declaring

who He is. “I AM.” They all
fell. Amen. Amen. In

resurrection, there’s no time.
Jesus doesn’t move with, you

know, like yesterday, today.
He’s always in the now. Birds

are always provided for. They
never go hungry. And one thing

about birds, they never have a
schedule of time. It’s nine

o’clock. We have to be here. All
right. Have you done your

homework? Have you done this?
No. They just do whatever they,

they have the flow to do in
their spirit, in their man

instinctively. They don’t have a
spirit, soul. In their, in their

inner man. We are the only ones
bound by time. God lives outside

time. So Jesus came on the scene
and, and Martha says, “If You

had been here”, so she pushed
Jesus to the past. “If you had

been here, my brother would not
have died.” And who is standing

in front of her? Two years. Come
on. You are like that story I

just said on the cross, you
know, not the Jesus I know. One

more time. Yeah. Yeah. Come on.
That’s the church I knew. Just

for a moment. I thought, I
thought I came to the wrong

church. Pastor Hen, Pastor Mark
was sitting in the front row

just now. Pastor Mark. So I
said, “Pastor Mark, Pastor Mark,

people want to see your face.
Remove your mask.” So he removed

his mask. The camera was on him.
As soon as he removed his mask.

I said, “Put it back on!” “Put
it back on!” I said. Pastor Mark

and I are, are good friends.
Okay. We like to tease each

other. We even go for holidays
together. So Mark is my dear

friend, okay? So I can make fun
of him. Especially when he’s not

around in this service. So she
pushed Jesus to the past. Then

Jesus said what? “Your brother
will rise again.” What did she

say? “I know he will rise at the
last day.” You know what Jesus

said to her? “Martha, I am
resurrection and the life. He

that believes in me, though he
were dead, yet shall he live.”

You know what Jesus saying to
her? She just said, right, “I

know my brother will rise at the
last day.” He says, “I am the

resurrection and the life.” That
means, “I am the last day. There

is no last day. I am the last
day.” I am is present tense. For

those who are learning English,
“am”. Present tense. Amen. You

is understanding? I am is
present tense. God lives in the

present. He doesn’t live in the
future. So stop your worry about

the future. There’s no grace
there. When you worry about the

future, you only get more and
more depressed. God doesn’t seem

to help you because that’s not
the realm He lives in. That’s

not the realm He blesses. If you
live in the past regret, regret,

I wish I was this. I wish I was
that. I wish I didn’t do this. I

wish I didn’t do that. I wish I,
you know, if you live in the

past, there’s no grace there,
you get more and more depressed.

You get more and more worried.
There’s no favour there because

God doesn’t live there. Where
does God live? Now! Amen. He

lives now. What did Jesus tell
her? “I am the resurrection and

the life. He that believes in
Me, though he were dead.” Notice

“though” is supposition. Another
English lesson. Isn’t it

wonderful? You all come to
church, you all learn English

lesson, Amen. Alright, from
Pastor Mark and me. Right?

Though he was dead. Though means
not everyone will die. There’s a

generation that won’t see death.
And I believe we are that

generation. Yes. I’ll tell you
right now. I believe we are that

generation because we passed by
the 2000-year mark. We passed by

Y2, Y2K and the world still goes
on. And all computers are still

functioning. All right. We
passed by Y2, Y2K the year 2000.

Why is that important? Because
you remember the picture of the

ark going into the River Jordan.
That’s a picture of Jesus’ death

at the cross. The ark of the
covenant is a picture of Jesus

Christ in the Old Testament. And
the priests carried the ark. And

God said this to them. “When you
take the ark and you go into the

River Jordan, make sure there is
a…” Let me read that to you.

“Make sure there’s a 2000 cubit.
The officer says, when you see

the ark of the covenant of the
Lord your God and the priests,

the Levites bearing it, then you
shall set out from your place

and go after it. Yet, there
shall be a space between you and

it, about what? 2000 cubits. Why
not 1000? Why not 3000? Exactly

2000 cubits between it and you.
What is the, what is the Lord

saying here? There’s no
insignificant details in the

Bible. Everything there has a
purpose, even numbers. Why 2000

cubits? Two thousand years. Do
you know right now, you who

passed the 2000-year mark, we
are living in the day around, we

don’t know when exactly, but we
are definitely past 2000 years

from the time Jesus went into
the River Jordan. The Bible says

the ark will go in first. And
God told the children of Israel,

don’t come near the ark. There
must be a 2000 cubits, by the

way, in the natural 2000 cubits
is about one kilometre. That’s

quite a distance, you know? So
the, the priest carrying the

ark, a picture of Jesus, will go
into the River Jordan. And at

that time, the Bible says in
Joshua three, the, that River

Jordan at that time overflows
its banks. It’s very deep.

Dangerous to cross at that time.
Isn’t it like God to always

choose the hardest moments to
show His glory? It’s like Jesus

entering death in all His power.
Amen. He entered into death.

Guess who, who will come out?
Alive? Jesus. And death knocked

out. Amen. Then you say, but
Pastor Prince people still die.

Even Christians die. Yes. What
did Jesus say? “I am the

resurrection and the life. He
that believes in Me, though he

were dead, yet shall he live.”
So that, that is “though” means

you don’t have to die. “Though”
means supposition. Though he may

die, yet shall he live. So if
you die before Jesus comes,

Amen, death is like sleeping for
the believer. Death has no more

power, no more sting in it.
Amen. And there’s a generation

that will not see death. And the
Bible say, when Jesus comes

again, those who have already
died in Christ, right, they will

go up first in their new bodies.
And then we will be caught up

together to meet the Lord with
them in the air. So God is

saying, you see the ark in the
River Jordan, right? The moment

the ark, the priest carrying the
ark steps in the River Jordan,

God slapped the, the rivers,
right, all the way back 30 miles

to a place called Adam. Why
Adam? Why is a city called Adam

30 miles away, River Jordan.
Today, it’s still in Israel, the

city, Adam. You know what God is
saying? There’s no insignificant

what details in the Bible, even
names carry meanings. Amen. Show

them that verse, right? “The
waters, which came down from

upstream stood still, and rose
in a heap very far away at

Adam.” Adam means man. ‘The city
that is beside Zarethan’. What

is Zarethan? Zarethan means
‘their distress’, ‘their

trouble’. When Adam sinned, how
many know he brought trouble and

distress upon mankind, plus
death? Isn’t it amazing the

Bible says, ‘God slapped the
waters of judgement’. All the

curses, all the sicknesses, all
the troubles that Adam brought

because of his sin, all the way
back to Adam’s time with all

their distresses, with all their
troubles. I wish we can see that

scene when the high priest
carried the ark and stepped, the

moment they stepped into River
Jordan, overflowing, don’t

forget overflowing, speaking of
the power of death. The moment

the steps of the priest was
there meeting the water, God

slapped the water, 30 miles. Can
you imagine the pillar of water,

‘sshew’. No wonder Jericho
trembled in their boots. Before,

a few days before their city
crashed, they saw the pillar of

water. Now, the priest stood
still in the middle of the River

Jordan. That’s Jesus, He
remained on the cross until

every judgement meant for you,
meant for me, meant for our

families, fell upon Jesus,
stroke after stroke, after

stroke. He was bearing our sins.
There was no sins of him to

bear. He was carrying our sins,
stroke after stroke, after

stroke, after stroke, after
stroke, until no more stroke

left. But He remained and He
shout “Finished!”. That’s why

God sent His Son. 10 minutes
more. Now, this is prophetic

timing, 10 minutes. Those who
have ears to hear, let him hear.

Alright, I try to let you go ok.
But two years contained inside

here right. The mouth quite
small so I’m doing my best. May

your tribe increase, sister. May
your tribe increase. Now listen.

The people came. Right, 2000
cubits. When the people came,

you and I, 2000 years from
Jesus. Right now, the year 2022

is after 2000 years. Of what? Of
Jesus going into the river

Jordan, a picture of Him going
into death. Amen. So that’s what

baptism means. You are on the
other side of judgement.

Judgement cannot touch you. It’s
not in front of you. Death is

not in front of you. Judgement
is not in front of you. It’s

behind you. What’s in front of
you? “Mansions of glory.” Amen.

It’s in front of you. Praise
God. And all the blessings of

God. We have to reckon all this
true. Now listen, when the

children of Israel came to where
the priest when the priest was

still there, right in the middle
of River Jordan and the pillar

of water can be seen, swaying in
the sky and the children of

Israel when they came to River
Jordan. Remember just a few

hours ago, it was overflowing in
its bank . Death sometimes can

appear like so fierce. It’s
fatal, it comes on everyone. No

one can defeat it. But now when
the children of Israel came to

the river that represents death,
Jordan, they step into the River

Jordan. Now the people’s turn.
Right? Not one. They didn’t see

one drop of water. When the time
comes for you, Jesus do not come

back in our lifetime? I believe
He is. But if He doesn’t come

back, you won’t feel one drop of
death. Amen. Even if your heart

stops beating, you will say “Oh,
where am I? My goodness, I feel

so alive. Woah, I feel so good.”
Alright, the angel brings a

mirror. “Oh, I look so
handsome.” From ‘handfew’,

handsome. In heaven, it’s
‘handmuch’. “Oh Pastor Prince,

you are so corny.” I agree
because the Bible says, ‘Joseph

sold corn’. That was. That’s the
epitome of corny. Jesus’ death

cleared the way for us. Amen! To
go to other side and when they

came to other side. You know
what, the other side of Jordan

means ‘resurrection ground’. And
what did the Bible say? ‘Just as

Christ died to sin once and for
all. Likewise in the same way,

reckon yourself dead indeed unto
sin and alive unto God on the

other side in Christ Jesus.
Which means the other side.

Believers, you are not a people
on the judgement side. You are

not a people on the weak side.
You are not a people on the

cursed side. You have crossed
the River Jordan. You are on the

other side. Let me close with
this. It’s the first close of

the seven closes. Now, this is
the final close I think. This is

what God said to them, where the
priest stands in the middle of

the empty river bed, there are
stones around. God says each

leader of the twelve tribes take
one stone on their shoulders. So

it’s a big stone and bring it to
the other side, on resurrection

ground. And then, the stone on
the other side, bring it back to

the middle of the river bed.
When the priest. Everyone. I

love this phrase in Joshua 4.
When everyone was clean passed

over, not just passed over,
clean passed over. Let me tell

you this, Joshua did not say,
“I’m sorry, you there, you stay

back, you cannot cross River
Jordan because I saw you

quarrelling with your wife
yesterday. And you over there,

you didn’t do your quiet time.
Alright, I know I know, I didn’t

see you praying at all. And you
down there.” No. Everyone clean

passed over. If you are born
again, I don’t care what level

of spiritual life you are at,
when Jesus comes again, you are

going up. Amen. You have a brand
new body forever. A body that

doesn’t come and go. It appears
and disappears. Are you

listening? “And when your
children asked you”, Joshua

says, “When your children asked
you next time on the other side,

‘What are these twelve stones?
Papa, abba?’ You must tell them,

these twelve stones represent
you and I, we died in the death

of Jesus and now we are alive on
resurrection ground.” Death is

behind us, sin is behind us. The
curse is behind us. Judgement is

behind us. The devil is behind
us. That’s why He means, “Get

thee behind me.” It’s not in
front of you. We have to reckon

this truth. That’s how we walk
in resurrection power. Amen.

Amen. Now listen, I’m going to
do a final close on this. I can

only give as much as you pull. I
feel the pull. I feel the pull.

Oh! Woah! Because you asked, I’m
going to give you this final

one. This final one. Jesus’
resurrection is not like when He

raised Lazarus from the dead or
Jarius’ daughter from the dead

or the young man of Nain from
the dead. All of them died

again. Jesus rose from the dead,
never to die again. If. The

resurrection of Jesus is not
being raised from the dead.

Amen. It is on the other side of
the grave. It is destroying

death. Amen. Do you know that
Lazarus when he came out, he

came out bound hand and foot? He
was wrapped up in linen cloth.

And Jewish people when they
wrapped you, they wrapped you.

Some people say, “Jesus was not
dead.” But by the time they

wrapped you and put you three
days three nights inside, you

are dead. Now when they wrapped
you, and then you know linen

cloth, then they put like resin,
gum, like a glue. And then the

whole, like a mummy, that the
body is inside becomes hard. Are

you listening? That’s why when
Jesus says. Just two words.

“Lazarus!” He had to say
‘Lazarus’ because it was a place

where a lot of people were
buried. If He just said, “Come

forth.” You know what will
happen right. One day. One day,

He will say, “Come forth.” And
all of us will be going up. Come

up here, Amen. So He had to
specify who is the one.

“Lazarus, come forth.” And the
Bible says, “He came forth”,

listen carefully, “bound hand
and foot.” Now, some people

think that he came forth bound
hand and foot. And foot bound,

how did he walk? Oh, it was a
levitation man. When Jesus said

Lazarus, come forth. God raised
him, levitated him and brought

him out. Remember they rolled
away the stone already? He was

levitated like this and plung,
pomp. Still bound, he cannot

move. Then Jesus said to the
those around, “loose him and let

him go”. You see, Lazarus was
raised from the dead, still

bound by grave clothes. Jesus
was also wrapped with like

swaddling cloths, linen cloths,
His body after He died. Remember

at the cross, they wrapped him
up, and of course resin is put

down there and all that. But
when He rose from the dead, He

came out of that substance. Why?
In that resurrection body. You

can feel the resurrection body.
After Jesus rose from the dead,

He told Peter, He told Thomas,
He told the people in the upper

room, “Handle me, a ghost, a
spirit does not have flesh and

bones as you see Me have.” And
yes Singaporean, you can eat in

that new body. Because Jesus ate
in that new body. Are you all

listening? Just to let you know
that as I’m preaching right now,

they are watching online the
first service. Don’t tell them,

it’s shorter. Extra titbits. You
know, the shepherd carries and

feeds the lamb and all that. But
the lamb in his bosoms is the

one that get the extra titbits.
You are my bosom pals. You know

why? Because my wife is in this
service. Wife, singular. “She’s

every woman in the world to me.”
Ok, where was I? Jesus being

raised from the dead was not
like the way Lazarus was raised

or Jarius’ daughter. They were
raised but they were still bound

by the power of death. They
would die in the future still.

Jesus’ power of resurrection in
which we partake is not being

raised or being brought back to
life. You can say that those

three were brought back to life
but Jesus conquered death. You

know, in that body He can
transcend time and space. Amen.

Appear and disappear. He
appeared in the upper room. He

appeared suddenly in the upper
room. Right. In our bodies, we

appear and disappear. You know
why? It’s faster than light. The

speed of light is abut 186
thousand miles per second,

right? Or 186 thousand miles per
second I think. We are faster

than that in our new bodies.
Don’t anyhow appear in my

mansion. But we will be faster
than the speed of light. That’s

why Jesus when He was raised.
When He rose from the dead. His

body transcend that chrysalis,
that cocoon of that outer layer.

And that’s why the Bible says,
“That when the disciples came,

they saw the linen cloth and
they believed”. There’s no way

you can come out like that.
Unless you transcend it. The

only part that He folded was the
face cloth. The face cloth

wasn’t glued like resin on the
face, was just placed on the

face. That one, the Bible says,
“Jesus folds it and place it one

corner.” Someone said, “I think
the thieves came and break

through.” There’s no way thieves
can break through. Because you

know why? There were two Roman
guards. And the Roman guards

know if anyone steal the body,
you know what is going to happen

to them? The law at that time is
that they will be burned alive

in their bodies, in their
clothes. There’s no way. Another

thing is this, which thief would
steal a body? Got time to fold?

Hey bro, think. And guys, think
about it. What would be the

first thing you do when you are
raised from the dead in a body

that cannot die, that cannot
grow old, that cannot be sick?

Never again. What would you do?
The first thing, fold clothes.

It’s not something small you
know. The first thing Jesus did,

He folded clothes. And we are.
That’s a private revelation by

the way. Amen. He transcends it.
The stone wasn’t rolled away for

Him to go out. It was rolled
away by the angels for the

people outside to look in. He
can transcend time and space. He

can appear, and disappear. Amen.
And my time is up. Alright,

listen my friends, the Bible
says, ‘The wages of sin is

death’. That means in the very
beginning, God never meant for

men to die. And that’s why God
hates death. I sometimes wonder

whether you, you believe that,
that God hates death. Jesus

hates death. That’s why He wept
at Lazarus’ tomb. He remembered

this was not to be. Even though.
People said, “ He wept because

Lazarus died.” No, He knows He’s
going to raise Lazarus. He wept

because He knew His Father’s
heart, His Father’s dream, His

Father’s plan for mankind, was
not for man to die. So friend,

the Bible says “The wages of sin
is death. But the gift of God is

eternal life through Jesus
Christ our Lord.” Amen. Praise

the Lord. If that is you, we are
going to pray this prayer to

receive Jesus Christ as your
personal Saviour and Lord. Pray

this prayer with me right now
and all the church, let’s all

pray this together to encourage
them. Amen. If you want to

experience the resurrection
power of Jesus, death may come

into your life. But listen, for
you, if you are without Christ,

death will come. If you are in
Christ, and I speak to the rest

here, death may come but it has
lost its sting. All of sudden

you will be so alive. That’s all
you know because death has lost

its victory, lost its sting. But
if you are without Christ, death

will come one day. And that’s
why man dreads death. They don’t

like to talk about it. They
don’t like to be conscious of

it. But it’s there all the time.
So friend listen, Jesus, His

resurrection transcends death
and that power can be in you

right now, if you put your trust
in the risen Christ. If that is

you, wherever you are right now,
pray this prayer with me right

now. Heavenly Father, I thank
You for the gift of Your Son,

Jesus Christ. I confess Him,
Jesus Christ is my Lord and my

Saviour. And I believe, You
raised Him from the dead. All my

sins are put away by the blood
of Jesus. I’m a risen man. In

Jesus’ Name. Amen. Arise, you
risen ones. Smile at your

neighbour and say, “I’m a risen
man or woman. I’m a risen man in

an un-resurrected body.” Amen.
When Jesus comes back, that body

will be changed. That’s the only
part of you that will be

changed. Amen. And changed
forever. Hallelujah! Forever

strong, forever healthy, forever
young, forever alive. You cannot

die anymore. For how long?
“Forever!” Forever and ever.

Forever and ever. Forever and
ever. I want to bless you all. I

want to bring a beautiful woman
on stage if she’s around and a

cute little boy. After two
years, you see how tall he has

become. This woman here
ministered to the half-way

house, ‘The Turning Point’ on
Good Friday. She preached a

great sermon about the Father’s
love. And this boy. Wendy

Prince: Hello church, blessed
Resurrection Day everyone. It’s

so wonderful to get to be back
here together to see you all

again. We really missed all of
you. I just want you to know

that, you know, welcome home.
This is your home. And Jesus is

the Master of this home. And we
are His family, we are His

beloved family. So never feel
that you are alone with no one

to reach out to. We are more
than a community. We are family.

So remember, if ever you need
help, reach out to someone in

the church. There will always be
someone there for you. Amen.

Welcome back. Now, I wished I’d
passed the mic to you much

earlier during my sermon. You
want to say something? Justin

Prince: What do you call a polar
bear on a desert island? A polar

bear on a desert island ok.
Justin Prince: Lost. Don’t

complicate things. Lift your
hands all across this place.

This coming week, may the grace,
that favour of our Lord Jesus

Christ that was with Esther and
gave her favour in the sight of

the king and all the people that
looked on her. May the grace,

that favour of our Lord Jesus
Christ that was with Joseph that

prospered all his ways even in
the prison, he was promoted and

all the way to the right hand of
pharaoh. May the grace, that

favour of our Lord Jesus Christ
and the love of God, the Father

and the communion, the sweet
friendship of the Holy Spirit be

with you and your families now
and forever. In the Name of the

Lord Jesus Christ and all the
people said. “Amen!” God bless

you all. We will see you again.
Happy Resurrection Day!

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