The road to Jerusalem and the cross has been Jesus’ journey. He stopped to heal a blind man on the way. He stopped to cleanse the temple. Then, He made His way to the Mount of Olives for His final sermon. The upper room and the Garden of Gethsemane were quiet places of strength and prayer before the tumultuous end. His next stop was before Pilate for the final sentence. From all outward appearances the cross and the tomb seem to be dead ends. But. . . when we turn the page of the story, we realize that the cross and the tomb are not dead end at all, but rather the gateway to new roads of discovery. What are the roads that come to life as a result of the empty tomb?