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Easter Poems

After Three
Sadly, too many people (and FAR too many Christians), only attend church on certain holiday's. That's primarily what inspired this poem.

Why Seek Ye Here?
Luke 24:5b-6 ...Why seek ye the living among the dead?Matthew 28:6-7 He is not here: for he is risen, as he said. Come, see the place where the Lord lay. And go quickly, and tell his disciples that he is risen from the dead;

Onto Jesus ~
God put all my sins onto Jesus.

Faith Rises
Takes us up and over our fears!

The Silences of Easter first in poetry contest
I've recently submitted a poem, written this year on Silent (Easter) Saturday about the silence of the day between the Crucifixion and the Resurrection. However, last year, I wrote about the various silences over the entire Easter period...

The Silences of Saturday
Holy Saturday is a day of silence in the Easter story. Max Lucado writes about the Silence of Saturday... voices are silent, there is a pause between climactic events... this poem reflects on those silences.

Eternal Life - What a Gift!
The greatest gift ever given.

The last Journey has begun first in poetry contest
Written as we approach Easter time.

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