TODAY is Easter

TODAY is Easter. We celebrate it as a holiday, but it is so much more. Easter is a day unlike any other.

For most holidays, we are celebrating the anniversary of something or other. We each have our national holidays, like Independence Day. We have Christmas. There are so many anniversaries to celebrate.

But Easter is different, because TODAY is Easter. What makes it so different?

Because He IS risen! Because He LIVES! Both are present tense, not past.

On this day, we pay special attention to the most glorious, most awesome, most wonderful and most important moment in all of history. But the reality, the truth of the resurrection makes every day Easter. Death overcome. The gates of hell kicked open from the inside. Hope restored.

This particular day, we can celebrate. Then, on all the other “Easters” of the year we work. We work to bring heaven to earth.

Happy Easter, my friends.

He IS Risen!

Shalom, Art
Alive in The Word

Thanks rabbi. GREAT message this morning.

About aliveintheword

Missouri, USA Married to Marty, 45 years 2 sons (with 2 daughers-in-law) and 2 granddaughters Life dedicated to serving Jesus Christ and delivering the Good News
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4 Responses to TODAY is Easter

  1. Easter is present tense and we know this because we experience the REALITY of the living Christ in our everyday lives. Praise God!

  2. granbee says:

    The Lord is Risen; He is Risen, indeed! Hallelujah and Thanks Be to God, Amen!

  3. ptl2010 says:

    Praise the Lord.. He lives forever and we serve a risen Saviour, Art.

  4. writinggomer says:

    Amen.

    Thank you Art, blessings to you and your family.
    Greg

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