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Surprise Post. Happy Resurrection Sunday!

Good day! Happy Resurrection Sunday! This Resurrection Sunday is different, this year. We will all be in our homes, attending church via Facebook live, Youtube, Zoom, or conference call. Though we may all miss attending church and being congregated with fellow saints, I want to encourage you all to remember that while we may not be able to physically be in the church house, we are the church. We are God’s children and because we are His, He dwells in us. Wherever you are, right now, He is right there with you. How comforting! Not only does He dwell in us, but He loves us so much. May we all take this day (and every day) to rejoice because roughly 2000 years ago, Jesus Christ rose after He laid down His life down for us. He laid His life down and rose because He loves us so much, and He wants us to have life and to have it more abundantly. When He ascended into heaven, He left His precious Holy Spirit to dwell in us and to be our guiding voice.

Anyway, before I get too preachy, I hope y’all have a fantastic day. I encourage you to read Matthew 28. That is the story of the Resurrection. I also want to encourage you to listen to these two songs:

· “Calvary” by Richard Smallwood

· “Matthew 28” by Donald Lawrence

I hope you enjoy these as much as I do. God bless!

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