He is not here; he has risen, just as he said. Come and see the place where he lay.
For a Christian, Easter morning holds special significance in our understanding of God's redemptive story for our lives. Jesus' birth, life, and death are demonstrations of God's love for us and his desire to enter into a relationship with him. But Easter… Easter morning is the crowning moment when God speaks with such a resounding voice by saying the culmination of Jesus' life is found not just in his death, but in the power of the resurrection and how death has lost its sting and power over our lives. The tomb of Jesus is famous for what it does not contain! It is on this glorious morning that God's promise of new life and the embodiment of what complete and total forgiveness looks like. The promise of eternal life is a wondrous thing to comprehend - but Easter morning… that is when the chains and bars that lock us in a mortal life are broken and we experience the complete forgiveness and fulfillment
of life with Christ in such an exciting and powerful way.
I hope you will join me at 6:30 a.m. in the church courtyard for a time of celebration and hearing this great message of "He is not here… he has risen!" After the service, we will have coffee, juice and breakfast foods in the Family Life Center. There will not be an 8:30 service Easter morning, but we will have the 9:40 and 11:00 services. I look forward to seeing you by the old rugged cross on Easter morning as we proclaim, "He is risen… he is risen indeed!"
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