If I followed my blog rhythm, my next post wouldn't be due until two days from now. However, this day is too important to pass up.
This is the day we remember and celebrate the resurrection of Jesus, three days after he died on the cross for us.
Happy Resurrection Sunday!
On this special occasion, worship is the first order of our day. We are up by 4 AM, and before the sun rises, we are singing our first worship song with our faith brethren in church.
This year, our pastor focused on the empty tomb and what it means. Scriptures say (Matthew 28:6-8), “He isn’t here! He is risen from the dead, just as he said would happen. Come, see where his body was lying. And now, go quickly and tell his disciples that he has risen from the dead . . .”
Four action words are in those verses:
These verbs are significant because they are what Jesus' resurrection is all about—so mankind can conquer death as well. Come to Him. See that He has risen. Now, go and tell everyone the good news—we, too will have our own resurrection day after we’ve turned to dust.
And then, forever.
Grace that never ends . . .