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Friday, April 06, 2007


Last Easter morning when I walked into church, I saw my friend and greeted her, “Happy Christmas!” I quickly corrected myself. “I mean, Happy Easter!”
“Can’t have one without the other,” she smiled.

How true! Without Christmas, there wouldn’t be an Easter. And without the resurrection, this day would be just another day. In fact, we wouldn’t even be in the church. Christmas and Easter are the most joyful celebrations of the year for the Christian. In the first, we celebrate the incarnation (God taking on flesh and coming into the world). “For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son . . .” (John 3:16).
In the second, we celebrate Jesus’ resurrection. “He is not here, but is risen!” the angel said (Luke 24:6).

From the beginning of time, these 2 days were inextricably linked in the master plan of the Father. Jesus was born to die for our sins and to conquer death so that we could live.

Which is more important? Christmas—the birth of the infant Jesus? Or Easter—the death and resurrection of the man, God’s Son? Both are essential—and both are clear evidence of the Father’s love for us.

Happy Christmas! And Happy Easter! (Cindy Hess Kasper)

Christmas and Easter—two chapters of the same Book

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Jennie 5:03 PM  

Happy Easter, Fida.

dung2x 9:38 PM  

Heuheuhe... true2... banyakan kalo org2 yang suka males ke gereja ya, mereka ke gereja setahun 2x doang, which is on Easter and Christmas :p

Indah 8:49 AM  

Jumat Agung juga penting, huehehe.. demikian juga Kenaikan Tuhan Yesus, duhh.. banyak amat hari penting-nya :D

Btw, lagi mikir2.. orang lbh banyak datang ke gereja pas Natal, Jumat Agung atau Paskah yaa? Hehehe.. :)


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