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IMPLICATIONS OF THE EASTER MESSAGE
A man named George was accustomed to driving his wife, Rosie, to church every Sunday. George and Rosie had been married for forty years and they loved each other deeply. They did everything together. They were inseparable in practically every area of their life — except one. When George drove his wife to church Rosie went in and George remained in the car, reading his newspaper. Rosie died, and for many Sundays thereafter, church members looked wistfully at the parking lot because George’s car was no longer seen there. Several months later, on Easter Sunday, George’s car again appeared, and George went into church. The preacher delivered a stirring resurrection sermon and then, as was his custom, invited the members of the congregation to respond. Whereupon, George stood up and with deep emotion said firmly, “Rosie lives!” Then he began to sing” “My wild Irish Rose/the sweetest flower that grows . . .” One person joined in, then another,…

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