Undisputed, by definition: without meaningful opposition, no doubts, no questions, no challengers. As Easter approaches we celebrate the undisputed. You see, we know one thing for fact, Jesus came on a mission. He came to fight, not for his own life, but for your life. He came not to judge, but to save. He knew, in His fight he would be battered and bruised, yet he would continue. And ultimately He would be killed, yet somehow… he would endure. Isaiah 53:5 tells us, “But because of our sins he was wounded, beaten because of the evil we did. We are healed by the punishment he suffered, made whole by the blows he received.” As joyous as this time of year is, we must remember that each punch, lash, and every drop of blood that was spilled, was for you and me. Yet, we know that three days later he arose as OUR UNDISPUTED CHAMPION. Around here, we celebrate the truth, our champion has no meaningful opposition and without question… Jesus is UNDISPUTED.