In this standalone Easter sermon, we looked at the darkest day of history, when the holy Son of God was crucified on a Roman cross for the sins of man. We remembered the wrath of God that Jesus experienced as He became sin, though He Himself did not sin. We saw how Jesus experienced hell on the cross as the Father forsook Him, and left Him to die a sinner’s death alone. But this darkest day was meant to pave the way for the brightest dawn, as symbolized by the veil of the temple being torn, and access to the Father is granted to those who would believe. We saw that because Jesus experienced rejection, we can now experience reconciliation with the Father. Easter is a marvelous reminder of the great exchange that takes place at the cross of Jesus Christ; where the holy Son of God takes on the sins of man, that we might have His righteousness. Let us then remember and celebrate the finished work of Jesus that takes us out of darkness into His marvelous light.