Positive Daily Inspiration – March 30, 2024 – Easter Saturday Inspiration

Positive Daily Inspiration - March 30, 2024
Easter Saturday Inspiration

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“Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ! According to God’s great mercy, God has caused us to be born again to a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead.”
1 Peter 1:3

We pray that you have a glorious Easter weekend, and we pray that it was just as much a celebration for every member of your family, especially the children.

When I was in a regular church ministry, after all the Easter week’s six services were complete, we would go across from the church to an area about 10 acres in size, where we would have a massive Easter egg hunt.

I cannot tell you the joy that we all felt while watching the little children, dressed up in their finest clothes, searching for the colored Easter eggs.

One year we gave the children wisdom from the Easter Bunny.

Don’t put all your eggs in one basket.

The best things in life are still sweet and gooey.

Good things come in small packages.

Everyone needs a friend who is all ears.

There’s no such thing as too much candy.

Keep your paws off other people’s jellybeans.

Everyone is entitled to a bad hare day.

An Easter bonnet can tame even the wildest hare.

All work and no play can make you a basket case.

The grass is always greener in someone else’s basket.

To show your true colors you have to come out of your shell.

Kids don’t care if some of your body parts are floppy.

Let happy thoughts multiply like rabbits.

This Easter, there are many beautiful displays of crosses in churches around the world.

The cross that I prefer is the empty cross. I believe this is the way crosses are meant to stand on Easter morning.

The whole message of Easter morning is the miracle that occurred. We need to take Jesus down from the cross, and realize He has risen, and begin to follow Him, and His teachings.

It takes courage to take Jesus down from the cross, because then we must look to Him, and what He said. Perhaps in doing this, it will make the miracle that happened over 2000 years ago come alive in our lives this Easter.

The Bible is a book of miracles. A miracle is defined as a natural event, but something we think is slightly out of our reach. On almost every page of the Bible, there are possibilities for you that we now call miracles.

In the 18th-century the United States Congress issued a special edition of the Bible called the Thomas Jefferson Bible.

What made it different was that it had the miracles deleted. What remained were just the moral teachings of Jesus.

The closing words of the Thomas Jefferson Bible are: “There laid they Jesus and rolled a great stone at the mouth of the sepulchre and departed.”

Thank God OUR Bible continues on to tell us He is risen!

We celebrate Easter because it is the death of death, through the death of Jesus Christ.

In olden times, every year in the Spring the high priest of the temple would conduct a prayer service in which the first fruits of the field would be waived in front of the crowds at the temple. Why would the first fruits of the field be included in prayer?

Because they were representative of what was to come from the barely seen stubbles in the fields; they were a specimen, a representative, a pattern. But more than that, they were a pledge of all the rest. In dying on the cross and resurrecting, Jesus was continuing to teach as He taught every day, teaching us that there is more to death than we can see with our physical eyes.

This story is told of Michelangelo many years ago. He visited all the great art galleries in Europe and became quite distressed. He saw picture after picture, literally hundreds of pictures, all depicting Christ dying on the cross. He knew the death experience of Jesus lasted only a short while. But to the end of unending eternity, Christ is alive. Christ rules and reigns and triumphs.



I pray that I see the risen Jesus Christ in my heart and follow Him in my life.
In Jesus Christ’s name … Amen


I trust in the process of life, because I trust in God.


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