Hinsdale Church celebrates Easter, also presenting Mel Gibson movie to members

Hinsdale Seventh-day Adventist Church



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Bulletin Message for:

March 26, 2005

The Day the World Began to Sing

by Dr. Robert M. Zamora

Death is the persistent predator whose insatiable appetite shows no respect for young or old, rich or poor, wise or ignorant. It stalks us with no subtle cunning but with open arrogance, reminding us that we will sooner of later become its prey. Yet we who believe are not alone in our fight against this pernicious enemy death. God in Jesus came to share our common lot, feel the warmth of human tears, the ache of human grief. He too succumbed to death's power - but surprisingly enough, not in defeat but to defeat it. He died and lived through it. And His bout with death resulted in His rising to life. This event became the joyous news of the church. Within the midst of human history, within the bound of human life, Jesus smashed the power of death. It was not an ancient myth from the dim past, but a historical reality attested by living women and men who witnessed it all. Death had lost its sting and become an old toothless tiger still able to roar and bite but unable to totally devour its victim. In a world where death and decay were as natural as the sky above and the earth beneath, a reversal took place. Out of death came life and out of life came renewal. A new age dawned. Located in time and place, God had invaded this world. Not possible to be held by sin and death, HE IS RISEN! And the whole world began to sing.

Hinsdale Adventist Church


Hinsdale Adventist Church

Good Friday Service

Good Friday Service

Candle Communion

March 25 @ 7:30 p.m.

Easter Sabbath Service

Easter Sabbath Service

Dr. Robert M. Zamora

March 26 @ 10:45 a.m.

Believing the Unbelievable"

The Passion of The Christ

Easter Sabbath Presentation

of Mel Gibson's

"The Passion of the Christ"

March 26 @ 6:30 p.m.