Trust is not what you can see or touch, but belief in the promises of God. Trust is what the disciples had when Jesus was being nailed to the cross for the punishment of our sin. They had faith that Jesus was the Son of God, and we know from the words of Jesus that even faith as small as the grain of a mustard seed can move mountains.
Jesus died, and their faith and trust was tested like never before. But after three days, their faith and trust was realized with the impossible resurrection of Jesus. Jesus conquered sin and death for all that believe and trust in Him. This promise was, and is, and will be for all.
This is the celebration of Easter, and it is what unites us all as believers. We may have disagreements and differences in some ways, but what unites us all is the complete faith and trust in Jesus as our Savior. So let’s stand hand in hand as brothers and sisters in Christ and celebrate the wonderful news that each of us that trust in Jesus will be washed clean – as white as snow.
Hallelujah to the risen Savior!