Every Day

“Therefore, go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always to the very end of the age.” (Matthew 28: 19-20 NIV)

On Thursday, He blessed and broke the bread.
On Friday, the Bread of Life let Himself be broken for us.
On Sunday, He defied death, sin, and oppression.
He rose.
Rise and stand for Him.
Bread of Life.
Living Water.
Lion of Judah.
Lamb of God.
Returning King.

The King of kings is coming again.
The King of kings is with us yet.
Easter is here.

The tomb is empty.

Not just Sunday. Every day.

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25 Replies to “Every Day”

  1. Wow Nancy. This is so beautiful. I Have been pondering so much lately all the ways in which Jesus himself fulfilled the Passover so the first two lines really speak to me, but the whole piece is powerful. We have such a wonderful story to tell! Not just on Sunday, but everyday!

  2. Beautiful. “The King of kings is coming again.
    The King of kings is with us yet.” AMEN.

  3. Every day is Resurrection Day! Yes, Nancy, and your message is a wonderful reminder to us to spread this love, joy, and Good News to others. Thank you for inspiring us.

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