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Celebrating the Season of Easter

The Easter season is here. The ancient church calendar calls this day “the first Sunday after Easter.” The period between now and Pentecost is called “the season of Easter.” What is the Season of Easter? The Season of Easter, also known as Eastertide, is the period of 50 days, spanning from Easter Sunday to Pentecost Sunday. This is an excellent time to continue to reflect upon the miracle of the resurrection and the historic establishment of the church. While the ancient church…

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My Easter Prayer & Reflection

Once again we come to the time of the year when we celebrate and pay honor to our Father for sending his son to die for us. Easter is a time of remembrance, a time of emotion, a time of praise for the gift given to each and every one of us by our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. It is also a fitting time for an Easter prayer. God sent his only son to walk on this earth to…

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A Collection of Easter Poetry

Happy Easter! This is a collection of three poems, my trinity of Easter poetry, with a link to the third, an Easter acrostic poem. Easter Haiku Easter morning dawns.Behold the empty chamber:Jesus is risen! Wonder – an Easter Poem Was it an ordinary day? Were shepherds in the fieldwith sheep idly ambling through Judean grass?Did children play in the dusty streets? Were mothers baking bread,mixing, pounding, stirring, doing ordinary tasks?Did sweethearts share a chaste kiss in the olive grove’s deep…

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Easter, an Acrostic Poem

A poem in celebration of Easter, in the acrostic form. E nduringA s the sunrise,S pectacularT ransformationsE xemplify theR esurrection. This Easter acrostic is from our archives, April 7, 2012 Related Articles: Celebrate Easter Easter Poetry The Signs of Easter  542 total views,  9 views today

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Easter Poetry

A compilation of Easter poetry to enjoy during the Easter season. SEEK YE FIRST Seek ye first His kingdom,with the rising of the sunand seek Him in the eveningwhen all your work is done.Seek Him in a quiet placeand seek Him in the fray.Desire more His presenceas you come to bow and pray.Honor Him with honestyand shower Him with praise.Let His wondrous Spirit comerenew your mind today.Consecrate your life todayas on an altar laid.Mindful of His sacrifice,and the price for…

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An Easter Invitation

An Easter invitation for our readers. Simon Peter answered him “Lord, to whom shall we go? You have the words of eternal life. We believe and know that you are the Holy One of God.” John 6:68-69Have you been waiting for just the right moment to ask that friend, coworker, family member or neighbor to church? Well, opportunity is knocking on your door! Easter is a great opening for that invitation! Many non-Christians go to church on this holiday and…

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John 3:16 Valentine Acrostic

John 3:16–A Valentine Acrostic For God so loVed the worldThat He gAveHis onLyBegottEnSoN, That whoseverBelieveth In HimShould Not perish,But have Everlasting life.~John 3:16 Christian Activities may earn an affiliate commission if you purchase something through recommended links in this article. Related Articles: Top 10 Bible Verses on Marriage and Weddings  2,440 total views,  4 views today

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Christmas, Prophecy Fulfilled!

With Christmas season at its peak, I find it helpful to remind myself of why I am celebrating. If I don’t stop and do this I can easily get caught up in the world’s rush and forget the One who I need to be honoring! A great way for me is, reading the prophecy of Christ, in the Old Testament and following it up with the fulfillment in the New Testament. This is powerful in strengthening my faith and my…

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Happy Thanksgiving 2020 from Christian Activities!

Thanksgiving 2020: How can we be thankful with COVID-19, an unresolved Presidential election, business closures, mask mandates, and social distancing? Thanksgiving 2020 is perhaps the most unusual Thanksgiving we have had since November 2001 following 9/11. Back then we were all shell-shocked by the horror of the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon as well as United Airlines Flight 93 which crashed in a field in Pennsylvania. Not since then has our country faced such upheaval as we…

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Word for the Day–Lamentations 3:22-23

Lamentations 3:22-23. English Standard Version 22 The steadfast love of the Lord never ceases;[a]    his mercies never come to an end;23 they are new every morning;    great is your faithfulness. More Scripture Isaiah 40:8 — A Flower Quickly Fading Proverbs 31: A Wife of Noble Character Word for the Day– Proverbs 3:5-8 Top 10 Bible Verses on Marriage and Weddings  3,753 total views,  2 views today

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