A Promise, A Hope, And A Call – A Sermon On Luke 24:1-12 For Easter Sunday

This is your resurrection. This is your Easter. This is your feast day. And that is true for every one of us here. Regardless of who you are, what you’ve done or not done, what has or has not happened in your life, what you believe or don’t believe, the promise remains, hope abides, and the call persists.

Resurrection, The First Day Stories of our Life – An Easter Sermon on Luke 24:1-12

Easter Sunday, Luke 24:1-12 “He is not here, but has risen.” That’s it. That’s all I got. That’s the Easter story. There’s really nothing more to be said about this day than that. To say much more than that borders…

The Stone has been Rolled Away and the Tomb is Empty, Luke 24:1-12

He died but he’s not dead. That’s the paradox of Easter. It’s the story we tell every year. It never changes. It always ends the same way. The stone has been rolled away and the tomb is empty. I can’t explain…

Go On! Get Out Of Here! He Is Risen!

The collect and readings for today, Easter, the Feast of our Lord's Resurrection, may be found here. The gospel appointed for today is Luke 24:1-12. But on the first day of the week, at early dawn, they came to the…

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