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Why You Can’t Sit On the Bench Concerning Easter

Do you ever find that people “sit on the bench” concerning Easter? I don’t think we have that option. Meander along with Curt Cloninger as he discusses Easter in this short clip. You’ll be glad you did.

Now it’s your turn: If you attend church on Easter, tell us why. If you don’t, tell us why. We’re listening.

Susan Gaddis, Helping you build your spiritual legacy

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  1. Anne Schroeder

    This is so true. And timely. I just blogged about Easter Mass and the disappointment I feel when my family doesn’t share my passion for the Season.

  2. Jeanette Morris

    Yep. Nothing to lose. Everything to gain. That’s Easter.

    I tried living without it once upon a time. Don’t recommend it. Without the hope of a living God and an eternal future with Him, nothing here can sustain joy and peace. Loving is too hard. Death is too painful.

    There’s my drumbeat in the Jesus Parade. I’m in.

  3. cindy king

    I like to sing the ole time song you know the one i serve a risen savior and then he lives he lives ,and sing it like its the first time with joy and happiness . I hope everyone goes this easter with the same joy and excitment that we do serve a risen savior every day ,every moment and remembering what he has done for us and with his death comes life forever for all of us who believes he has risen . I am soooooo tired of the easter egg bunny,etc………. so people sing your little hearts out to our lord ill be singing with you the same day same morn. love in him cindy k

  4. Susan Gaddis

    It must be difficult when your family isn’t involved in a day so important to you, Anne. I love that you have passion that transcends your family, though.

    Well said, Jeanette. I think you speak for many. I’m marching with you.

    Cindy–good words. That is also one of my favorite hymns. The thought that we are all singing together, though far apart, on Easter morning really touched my heart. Thanks for the gentle reminder.

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