“He is Risen, He is Risen Indeed!”
From the Early Church era believers have continued to greet one another in this unique and powerful way. This Sunday, Easter 2020, our voices and lives still resound that great refrain because, we of all people have hope and God’s peace for our troubled anxious hearts. In the midst of the turbulence of Covid-19 that roils our sense of safety, security, and sufficiency our hearts can be troubled by uncertainty, anxiety, and despair. Today Jesus has a word for us by way of Peace for troubled hearts, a Promise for troubled hearts, and a Pathway to everlasting liberation from a troubled heart.
My prayer for you is that you and yours grow in faith today as you are engaged in God’s Word and that we all extend our hope in Christ to a very needy world.