Acts 10:34,37-43; Psalms 118:1-2,16-17,22-23; Colossians 3:1-4; John 20:1-9
Good morning, and Happy Easter to all — especially the children.
One of the wonderful things about Easter is that we can get in touch with some of the feelings we had when we were little children. And it’s not just a nostalgia thing. Rather, it’s important because Jesus said that unless we become like little children we cannot inherit the Kingdom of God…
So let us reflect: Just for a moment, Lord, let me be like a child again. Somehow it wasn’t very long ago I knew those feelings, but now they’re gone. If I might just once again run as fast as I can for no reason but to feel the hard ground under my feet…walk home from school kicking a stone and dragging a stick…To wobble down the sidewalk on my new bike, biting my lip in concentration as I ride alone for the first time…to snuggle into warm blankets on a Saturday night in April fighting sleep to catch one…
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