Easter – it’s not about the Easter Bunny and candy.
No Greater Love
This year we need Easter/Resurrection Day more than ever. Today is the day we remember Christ as He celebrated Passover with His disciples. What would be His last Passover celebration on earth. As he broke bread and wine he even… Read More ›
Today We Honor Our King–He Will Return
Matthew 21Now when they drew near Jerusalem, and came to Bethphage, at the Mount of Olives, then Jesus sent two disciples, 2 saying to them, “Go into the village opposite you, and immediately you will find a donkey tied, and a colt with her. Loose them and bring them to… Read More ›
For God So Loved The World!
Christ knew His mission from the beginning. “For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son that whoever believes in Him shall not perish but have everlasting life. “ (John 3:16) Christ spent His last days… Read More ›
Reflecting On The Last Days Of Our Lord
This is a time for reflection, not only on the Crucifixion and Ressurection of our Savior but on the days leading up to this miraculous gift from our Father. Last Sunday we reflected on the entry of our Lord as… Read More ›
What Does Easter Have To Do With Revelation?
I want to ask a question, what does Easter have to do with Revelation? I believe the answer is in the words of Christ. Two thousand years ago Christ told what Satan would do. God used his lies, and plotting to… Read More ›
Why Do We Commemorate A Death? That Others Deny?
Atheists are quick to point out that we honor death. Muslims are quick to point out that Jesus didn’t die on the cross. So why do we honor a death so severe that it’s unconscionable for many today to understand? We… Read More ›
Hallelujah! Up From The Grave He Arose, With a Triumph!
Hallelujah! Christ has risen! He lives and one day we will celebrate at His feet! For He will return, and on that day every knee shall bow! Praise God our Savior reigns! Have a blessed day everyone!
Anti-Easter Display in Wisconsin State Capitol …
My Comment: The Freedom from religion group is at it again. They just don’t seem to understand that the constitution does not state we shall have freedom from religion but states: And God’s word states: He was oppressed, and he… Read More ›
Outrage Continues: PASTOR AT OBAMA’S EASTER CHURCH SERVICE: ‘CAPTAINS OF THE RELIGIOUS RIGHT’ WANT BLACKS ‘IN THE BACK OF THE BUS,’ WOMEN ‘BACK IN THE KITCHEN’
My Comment: Someone help me out here, I need to know where in the Bible did Jesus say the words, “You can’t go back?” Please someone tell me. I’m serious, I want to know. The Blaze The pastor at the… Read More ›
Notes from Obama’s Easter Service
The Weekly Standard President Obama and his family this morning went to Easter Sunday services at St. John’s Episcopal Church in Washington, D.C. Here are notes on the Easter service from the pool reporter, which included this part, “It drives… Read More ›
Google celebrates Easter with … Cesar Chavez birthday tribute
Yep. While two billion Christians around the world celebrate Easter Sunday on this 31st day of March, Google is using its famous “Doodle” search logo art to mark the birth of left-wing labor leader Cesar Chavez. For real: Twitchy.
Extraordinary scenes in Rome as more than 250,000 pilgrims pack St Peter’s Square for Francis’ first Easter
Daily Mail Pope Francis used his first Easter Sunday address to call for peace in the world and appealed for a diplomatic solution to the crisis on the Korean peninsula. In his first ‘Urbi et Orbi’ – to the city… Read More ›
EASTER: GODLESS LIBERALS’ LATEST TARGET
My Comment: Amen! WND On March 16, 2013, I posted a syndicated column on my blog (Mychal-Massie.com) that originally appeared in print March 9, 2004, as a “From My Vault” piece. The column was titled “Is Easter next?” The piece… Read More ›
What?! ALABAMA SCHOOL BANS WORD ‘EASTER’
By Breitbart.com Television station WHNT reported that teachers were informed that no activities related to or centered around any religious holiday would be allowed – in the interest of religious diversity. Fox News: Boys and girls at an Alabama elementary… Read More ›