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Tag Archives: Easter Saturday
Are we Living like Easter Saturday Believers in an Easter Sunday World?
Cleopas and his friend trudged along the road towards Emmaus trying to process what had happened. They had been so sure that Jesus was the Messiah but now he was dead. If Jesus was the Messiah, he appeared to be a … Continue reading
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Don’t forget in the Dark what you have seen in the Light
It had been less than 24 hours since they had watched their friend, mentor and lord die in agony and the disciples couldn’t believe that Jesus had failed! The agonizing and humiliating death of Jesus filled and consumed their thoughts leaving … Continue reading
Posted in Easter week explained, Faith, Holy week, Holy week explained, Jesus, Relationship with God Tagged a dark place, despair, Don't forget in the Dark what you have seen in the Light!, Easter, Easter Saturday, easter week explained, holy week explained, the darkness can never extinguish the light, The light shines the brightest in the darkest places 1 Comment
On the Saturday of Easter week did it feel to the disciples like Jesus and God had failed?
The day between Good Friday and Easter Sunday is a reminder of how life often feels. The disciples must have been distraught as they tried to come to terms with what had happened and we can only imagine how they … Continue reading
Posted in Easter week explained, Faith, God is with us, Holy week, Holy week explained, hope Tagged despair, Easter Saturday, God of hope fill you with joy and peace, Gods priority is the salvation of the world, hope, Romans 15 13, sundays coming, the disciples mourn Jesus, Your comfort is not Gods priority 4 Comments