The Sunday After Easter

Here’s an excerpt from Sunday’s sermon

The thing to remember about the Sunday after Easter is that it doesn’t exist.  It was no accident that Jesus arose from the dead at daybreak on the first day of the week; and it’s no quirk of history that Sunday instantly became the practiced Day of Worship for the early Christians.  It’s no wonder that we have been gathering every Sunday for the past 2000 years to worship our risen Lord.  To believers, every Sunday is a commemoration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ.  It’s a day of worship, praise, happiness, and joy with our Risen Savior!

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