Posts Tagged Easter

From the Depths of Despair to the Thrill of Victory

From the Depths of Despair to the Thrill of Victory

As we approach Easter weekend, I wonder what the disciples must have felt on the day Jesus was crucified. I put myself in their places this morning, imagining the emotions and thoughts I would be experiencing had I been there when Jesus took His last breath on the cross. Would I have been overwhelmed with thanksgiving and hope in light of what His death would bring? Or would I have been feeling just the opposite? Disappointment

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The Comfort of Knowing There’s Life After Death

The Comfort of Knowing There's Life After Death

Losing a loved one is never easy. I will soon be standing with my family at the graveside of my precious cousin whose life will end much sooner than any of us ever expected. It’s a good reminder that life is fleeting, and we don’t know how long we have on this earth. Today they took her off the ventilator, and we wait. Yes, God could do a miracle, but we are at peace knowing

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Why the Resurrection Matters

Why the Resurrection Matters

I remember very vividly the moment my mom took her last breath on this earth. I was overwhelmed by mixed emotions – joy that she was finally free from this earthly body and seeing her beloved Savior face to face, but sad that she would no longer physically be with us. At that moment, in the midst of grief, I was comforted by the reality of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ and how that impacts

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I Love You, Jesus

I Love You, Jesus

A Guest Post by Katy Kauffman: Katy is a friend of mine who shares a love for writing Bible studies and pointing others to Jesus.   I love You, Jesus. You wrapped Yourself in human flesh, fragile and weak. The Mighty God became a man, the Creator became as the created. You were patient with the passage of time. You grew up, learned, and read the Scriptures. You taught the temple teachers. You never chose

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Thoughts to Ponder for Easter

“O Death, where is your Victory? O death, where is your sting?” 1 Corinthians 15:55 As Easter approaches, I am so thankful for the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. I have been reflecting on death lately as I have watched friends lose parents and loved ones, and as I watch my 98-year-old mom decline in health in the nursing home. I have mixed emotions. Part of me can’t imagine life without her on this

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