John 20:1-9 or 41: or Luke 24:1-12
One Easter, a little girl named Audrey came home from school and was greeted by her grandfather who was visiting. Audrey couldn’t wait to tell him all about her new friend. “And what did your new friend get for Easter,” grandfather asked. “Grandpa, you don’t understand,” Audrey said. “My friend is Jewish and she doesn’t get Easter presents. You see, I’m Christmas and she’s Hanukkah. I’m Easter and she’s Passover.” There was a brief pause, then Audrey added, “But I’m really glad that both of us are Halloween.”
I’m really glad that we’ve come together to celebrate the awesome miracle of Christ’s Resurrection. I’m really glad that all of us are Easter.
A dozen years ago, two hundred psychologists and sociologists from all over the world attended the first “International Conference On Love and Attraction.” Several speakers delivered the message that romantic love was dying out and being replaced by sexual permissiveness. Actually, the word “love” was hardly used during the proceedings. Most…
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