Before Christmas, you can hear people proudly say, ‘Everyday is a Christmas!’ but seldom have I heard, ‘Everyday is an Easter!’ …Maybe because Christmas is the celebration of a birth. Well, almost everyone in their right mind would love to be reminded about the birth of the Savior. But how about the celebration for the death and the resurrection of the Savior? The world point out that death is the end of the games of life. Death means defeated. But not so with those who have their faith in Christ. For Him, dead is the beginning of life. Death had been won by His Cross. Death will have no more stings. Death will only bring us closer to God. The further sin can have any effect on us is the grave. He had won!
…since Christ was raised from the dead, he cannot die again; death no longer has mastery over him. The death he died, he died to sin once for all…
Here are my 3 reflections about Easter’s day. I hope it will bless you as it did for me. I hope it will spark your conscious as you realize how much Jesus when through to save you from your sins. I hope my reflection is not enough that you will dig the Gospels for yourself.
3 reflections about Easter’s day (Click to read)
Part 1: "Nail Him to a Cross!"
Part 2: "It's done... complete."
Part 3: "He is not here, but raised up."
THINK BIG. START SMALL. GO DEEP.