Easter…Season of Miracles

24 Apr

A great deal of people do not believe in miracles or the possibility of the existence of miracles, and yet the greatest miracle of all time is performed right in front of our eyes every year we celebrate Christmas, the birth of our Lord Jesus Christ; and then Easter, the resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ. The death and resurrection of Jesus, is the biggest and most incredible miracle of all times, because nothing could ever exceed nor surpass it. On this day we call Easter, we celebrate the risen Christ, who had died and saved us from the damnation of our sins, and by rising from the dead, He has given us eternal life through Him.

Today as we celebrate Easter Sunday, let us remember those who do not have the privilege of such richness and luxury, let us love, help and cherish others the way Jesus did. He loved us so much that He was ready to be shamed, disgraced, humiliated, condemned and put to death by us sinners so that WE could be saved. Lets think of those less fortunate and have nothing on their plate, or a shelter or are disabled in any way, because in each one of those people we shunn or look at with a judging stare, we aren’t only judging them, we are judging Christ just the way we judged Him and put Him to death because of our sins, for He lives in each and every one of us!

Happy Easter to y’all. May God and the Risen Christ bless you today, tomorrow and every day of your life till the day the Great I am decides to take you and give you rest. Let Love Live in the Light!

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Posted by on April 24, 2011 in Faith, Me. You. US


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