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Raising our Glasses, Easter Festival

April 24, 2011

As Christians, Easter should be the most festive day of the year.  We should throw parties, we should break out the wine,and beer.  We should arrange live music to be performed all day.  Flowers should carpet our floors and clothe our tables.  Roasts and pies should fill our homes and churches with the aroma of blessing.  Children should ride the backs of their fathers. Wives should be showered with kisses from their men. Brothers, sisters and friends should embrace one another with tears in their eyes at the  euchatastrophe of Christ’s Resurrection. All glasses should be raised:

“To the King, He is risen from the dead.

To the King Who Israel awaited, and answered the promise.

To the King Who lived beautifully, and died for all.

To the King who overcame death, and lives that the world may live again.

To the King who the Church awaits, and who will answer the premise.

To the King, He is risen from the dead.”

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