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The resurrection of Christ is essential for Christianity to exist. It is important for us to realize that if Christ is not bodily raised from the dead we may as well stop meeting together as a church. This is the argument of the Apostle Paul in I Corinthians 15, but what does the apostle Paul mean in Galatians when he says that Christ lives in Him? Does this mean that Christ’s resurrection is something that is sentimental for the apostle Paul? If you are curious to see how this statement in Galatians in consistent with I Corinthians 15 please stay tuned as we hear, "Does Christ Merely Live in Me?"