Fear Melts Into Peace
This Easter weekend, many are fearful, uncertain about the health of loved ones, unable to share Easter with family. The coronavirus has left many unable to celebrate births, weddings, and the lives of those who have passed.
In the midst of this new world in which we live, may our focus be fixed on the meaning of Easter weekend. May any fears melt into the peace that comes only through a relationship with Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior.
Consider committing to a time of fasting and prayer this Good Friday, as we lift our eyes to heaven.
These songs bless me. I hope they will bless you also.
- Today, on Good Friday, we contemplate the death of Jesus and what it means for each one of us.
- But thanks be to God, that was not the end of the story.
Celebrate Easter with “He’s Alive and I’m Forgiven.”
- Especially appropriate for our world today: “Because He Lives, I Can Face Tomorrow.”
“Because He Lives I can face tomorrow. Because He lives all fear is gone.”
- For me, it’s not Easter if we don’t sing: “Jesus Christ Is Risen Today!”
Hallelujah! Jesus is alive and I’m forgiven!
Those of us who put our trust and belief in Jesus Christ as Savior can, indeed, face tomorrow.
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