Toward the end of his Holiest of All, Andrew Murray boldly states: "We have studied the Epistle [to the Hebrews] in vain, and we shall in vain attempt to live the true Christian life, if we have not learnt that our salvation is not in the death of Jesus but in His life - in His death only as the gate to the risen life. And so the God of peace, whom we are now invited to trust in, is spoken of as He who raised Jesus, the Shepherd of the sheep, who gave His live for them, from the dead. Scripture ever points to the resurrection as the mightiest part of God's mighty power; the God of the resurrection is to be the God in whom we trust for the work to be done in us. He has raised Christ, as the Shepherd, who watches and tends His sheep, through whom He will do His work."
Is that how highly you prize the power and work of the Resurrection? Do you believe that the One who could accomplish that feat is the One who's sitting in your chest, working to make you like Himself today?
Oh, that we would submit to that Power above all others!