Francine In Retirement
Seeing Life Through Photography

EASTER TRUTH

I took this picture of a stained glass window in my cousin’s church a few days ago.  It represented to me the message of Christ.  At the same time I found this message titled “EASTER TRUTH” by Phillips Brooks and  I thought you may enjoy it.

EASTER TRUTH

“The great Easter truth is not that we are to live newly after death — that is not the great thing — but that we are to be new here and now by the power of the Resurrection, not so much that we are to live forever, as that we are to, and may, live nobly now because we are to live forever.”

WISHING YOU A BLESSED EASTER.

BE ENCOURAGED!  BE BLESSED!

 

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11 Responses to “EASTER TRUTH”

  1. So very True Francine…

    Easter is a time of rememberance, a time of thankfulness, a time of Joy…

    Many Blessings Francine to you and your Loved ones.

    Christaian Love – Ron and Anne

  2. I love Easter, the empty tomb is the greatest miracle.
    Have a happy and Blessed Easter.

  3. Very true!
    Blessings.

  4. And a Happy Easter to you, too!

  5. Happy Easter Francine. If you left the photos I was not there to receive them. Enjoying following your blog and travels. So excited about your win.

  6. Beautiful Francine. Hope your Easter is wondrous, blessed, joyous…God bless you~Kate

  7. Thank you for the “EASTER TRUTH” message. Happy Easter!

  8. Happy Easter, Francine.
    God Bless You & your family!

  9. Happy and peaceful Easter Francine, blessings, G.

  10. You’ve captured the colors in the window beautifully – so pretty!


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