Wednesday, April 4, 2012
"Life Cannot Be Sealed Up In a Tomb"
It is not just about the cross but also about the tomb. Easter morning the tomb was empty. He was not there. "Because He lives, you shall live also." Do we? Or, do we call our lives hard names, and stay in the safety of the despair of our tombs and try to call it life?
Oh, the wildflowers of Easter I see on my bike rides, the peaceful feeling of a run well done, the rhythmic power of some good swim strokes in the soothing medium of water, the little children with their Easter baskets, the vibrant green grass, the singing birds, and the eternal Hope in my heart, which says "come on out, to the life I have called you for. I have paid the price; I have rolled away the stone from the tomb. He is not here and neither should you be."
He is alive, and because He lives, I shall live also.