John 20:1-9 or 41: or Luke 24:1-12
Many years ago, a retired French diplomat decided that Christianity was no longer for him. He saw Church institutions as being in decline, he criticized the clergy for lack of zeal, he thought all Church-goers were hypocrites, he questioned Jesus’ teachings in the “Sermon on the Mount,” and so on. One day, he made his feelings known to his friend, Tallyrand, the famous French statesman. “What if I should decide to start a new religion?” he asked. “How would you suggest I begin?” To which Tallyrand replied, “I would recommend, my friend, that you get yourself nailed to a cross, and then die. But be sure to rise again on the third day!”
In one of those “Family Circus” cartoons, two little children have discovered their Easter baskets and are busy enjoying the contents. “Who colored all these eggs?” one child asks. “The Easter Bunny,” says the other…
“Who gave us these jelly beans?”
“The Easter Bunny.”
“And the chocolate rabbit?”
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