Easter Day ~ 2010

Easter Day is not about bunnies or Easter eggs it is about Jesus' revival.
Story is now continued . . . .


   Three days after Christ death, Mary Magdalene, Mary now the mother of James and Salome brought spices and some fragrant perfume to anoint on his dead body. Then they asked among themselves,"Who will roll the stone away?" But as they arrived they saw that the very large boulder which blocked they way into the entrance was rolled away and the guards did not seem to be there. Then they went in and were alarmed to see the corpse missing. They were even more alarmed to see a young man dressed in a white robe  sitting on the right side. And the man spoke," Do not be alarmed, you are looking for Jesus the Nazarene who was crucified. He has risen! He is not here anymore. See the place they have laid him. But go and tell Peter and the disciples that he is ahead of you in Galilee. There you will see him, just as he told you." So they then ran away from the sepulcher terrified and distressed. They also did not tell anyone about the incident. When he first appeared he appeared to Mary Magdalene who was mourning and weeping, and she who was also kneeling when and he said,“ Why are thou mourning?" he asked. She answered," I am mourning because I cannot see Jesus ( she answered in this way because she thought it was the gardener and did not know it was Jesus). " Then Jesus replied in his own voice," Stand up." She realized him and told it to the others but they who were also weeping and mourning did not believe in her. Jesus also appeared in a different appearance to two others who also told it to the rest but they did not believe it. Then, Jesus appeared to the other eleven who were eating, he rebuked them of their stubborn refusal to believe he had risen.
   After he had spoken a cloud brought him back to heaven and he was seated on the right hand of God. Then the disciples preached the gospel to the world.
     
  ~The End~

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