This month, on April 4th, we came together to commemorate the Resurrection of Jesus from the dead, otherwise known as Easter Sunday. Mary arrived at Jesus’ tomb early on the morning of Easter Sunday, only to find the tomb vacant – signifying his Resurrection. Although we have designated a day each year to celebrate this monumental event, Easter is to be celebrated daily, as His Resurrection represents the eternal life He gave us. Jesus not only overcame death, but he also restored all things with new life.
Easter reminds us that God can overcome the worst, and celebrates not only life, but hope. We can now look forward to a life filled with possibilities rather than living in restraint. Christ’s Resurrection represents new life that restores all things, and all things we do on Earth have eternal significance.
Because the way that we conduct ourselves on Earth holds eternal significance, those actions will be carried forth into eternity.
It is important to always remember what Easter represents, a joyful celebration of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior. We hope you and your family were able to have a safe and enjoyable Easter with your friends and family.
Romans 8:34 – Christ Jesus who died—more than that, who was raised to life—is at the right hand of God and is also interceding for us.