Abrahamic / Middle Eastern Christianity Resurrection Stories for Easter Reading A Collection of Stories for the Easter Season Share Flipboard Email Print small_frog / Getty Images Christianity The Bible Christianity Origins The New Testament The Old Testament Practical Tools for Christians Christian Life For Teens Christian Prayers Weddings Inspirational Bible Devotions Denominations of Christianity Funerals and Memorial Services Christian Holidays Christian Entertainment Key Terms in Christianity Catholicism Latter Day Saints View More By Mary Fairchild Christianity Expert General Biblical Studies, Interdenominational Christian Training Center Mary Fairchild is a full-time Christian minister, writer, and editor of two Christian anthologies, including "Stories of Cavalry." our editorial process Facebook Facebook Twitter Twitter Mary Fairchild Updated January 07, 2019 With Easter in mind, this collection of resurrection stories is perfect to read as you celebrate Christ's resurrection. Some of the stories are from the pages of the Bible, one is a modern-day testimony, and another is a fiction novel you might want to read during this season of new life and rebirth: Resurrection Stories for Easter Season The Resurrection of Jesus ChristThere are at least 12 different appearances of Christ in the resurrection accounts, beginning with Mary Magdalene and ending with Paul. These were physical, tangible experiences with Christ eating, speaking and allowing himself to be touched. Yet, in many of these appearances, Jesus is not recognized at first. If Jesus visited you today, would you recognize him? Jesus Raises Lazarus from the DeadThis Bible story summary teaches us a lesson about persevering through difficult trials. Many times we may feel like God waits too long to answer our prayers and deliver us from a terrible situation. But there aren't many problems worse than Lazarus' -- he had been dead for four days before Jesus showed up! What Did Lazarus See?Wouldn't you have been eager to know just what Lazarus saw during those four days he ventured into the afterlife? Curiously, the Bible doesn't reveal what Lazarus saw after his death and before Jesus raised him back to life. But it does make plain one very important truth about heaven. Waking Lazarus by T.L. HinesT.L. Hines made a grand entrance onto the novelist stage with his first book, debuting in an interesting genre: supernatural suspense fiction. Not many books have the power to hook you from the first sentence, but this one does. Jude Allman is immune to the power of death. He has died three times and each time comes back to life. Intrigued? Consider picking up a copy.