“The day on which I,
arose is a momentous day,
brought God into a throne room with thrones of inheritance,
brought God among His people,
brought a new covenant into being with the basis of love with grace.
The day on which I arose brought God before His people in a new age for the redemption of man.
The day on which I arose created a personal relationship between divinity and man through faith.
The day on which I arose gave very special meaning to an event at Calvary intended to establish dishonour with deceit.
The day on which I arose endorsed meaning to a testimony,
endorsed commitment to a testimony,
endorsed reality to the witnesses.
The day on which I arose ushered in the fulness of expression,
confirmed eternal life,
commissioned the scramble for man’s soul,
the seeking of his spirit.
The day on which I arose is a day unlike any other in the history of man,
is a day like no other in the being of God.
The day on which I arose is when an intermediary between God and man became redundant,
when man was reconciled to God,
when God went one-to-one with man.
The day on which I arose saw My Spirit waiting for His call,
saw My Spirit laden with His gifts,
saw My Spirit about to evidence the signs of God to man.
The day on which I arose turned ‘Father’ into ‘Abba’ in all the tongues of man.
The day on which I arose heralded My Spirit as invited converting each body to a temple of indwelling.
So the day on which I,
arose brought exceeding benefits to man:
enlarged his comprehension;
made practical his journey home;
still stand as they were instated;
still stand with all promises intact;
still honouring or respecting the freewill of man;
still providing passage unto eternal life in this age of grace.”