EASTER CELEBRATION TRADITION

EASTER CELEBRATION TRADITION

For me, celebrating Easter is not only at the top of my list of important holidays, but just as important as Christmas. It is a time to first reflect on all that happened on Good Friday when Jesus was crucified for our sins, dying on a cross and shedding His blood. We are overwhelmed, as we remember what He did for us. It is a time to thank Him in prayer and repent of all our sins. It is a time, we renew our hearts and surrender our lives. You see, the story of His death does not end on the Friday, but brings us to the incredible Resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ on Sunday.

Overall my traditions would include time at church both on Good Friday and Sunday in celebration of Jesus’ Resurrection (Easter). Being with my family is very important to me during this time, as we come together not only at church but for dinner. It is during these times that we remember that it is not only about dressing up, special dinners, etc. but that we reflect on what the true meaning of Easter is. This is not just a religious event but a time of faith for every believer in Jesus.

“For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.” ~John 3:16

I would love to hear your thoughts on how you will celebrate Easter. Let’s celebrate our Lord Jesus Resurrection together. These are moments that matter.

Thank you Journeyofsmiley for sharing about Easter Spring of hope – What is the meaning of hope?

Read more holiday blogs: It’s Christmas



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