The death of Christ is the death of sin, and His resurrection is the life of righteousness; for by His death He has made satisfaction for our sin, and by His resurrection He has bestowed righteousness on us.  His death, then does not merely signify but actually makes the forgiveness of sin, as completely sufficient satisfaction.  And His resurrection is not merely a pledge of our righteousness but actually effects it in us, if we believe it, and is its cause.

(What Luther Says - para 525, p. 181).

Good Friday meant either the end of Christ or the end of sin, and Easter Sunday proved which end was meant.  Text: Mark 16:14-20.

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