BLESSING IN DISGUISE (An Easter Sunday Reflection)

“…So she ran, and went to Simon Peter and the other disciple, the one whom Jesus loved, and said to them, ‘They have taken the Lord out of the tomb, and we do not know where they have laid him.’…” (John 20:2)

When Mary saw the empty tomb, she thought it was bad news. What she didn’t know was that the emptiness of the tomb is actually the faithfulness of her God.

Today, believe that if you hold on to God, your “empty tombs” are actually blessings in disguise.

The crib may still be empty.
The grief may still be unbearable.
The wound may still be fresh.
The funds may still be constantly depleted.

“Empty tombs”.

In God’s own time, just like Mary, you will realize that your “empty tombs” will become blessings for you.

Hold on. Be faithful. Live for God.

For the “empty tomb” doesn’t mean the body was stolen.

It simply means that Jesus has stolen eternity just for you.

Happy Easter my friend!

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