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The resurrection is an inconvenient truth. Many attempt to sideline it as metaphor, or fable, myth or parable, but it won’t do. Such analyses fall far short of what the New Testament proclaims. The New Testament insists upon a physical death and a physical resurrection. But there’s more: Leonard Ravenhill once remarked that the resurrection was “the standard of power” in the New Testament. That’s an important declaration. It was clearly the generating power of the early church and is the central point of the faith called Christianity. In fact, Paul said quite clearly that “if the Spirit of him who raised Jesus from the dead is living in you, he who raised Christ from the dead will also give life to your mortal bodies because of his Spirit who lives in you” (Roman s 8:11). That is to say, in every believer, the principle of resurrection is already at work! In this little book of morning devotions we consider the “principle of resurrection” from various angles as God’s way of living in us.