CHURCH LIFE

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Pray for…
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Eddie Arbo, Mario Artesiano, Gail Blanda, Danielle Barry, Sal Cenicola, Craig Bolint, H.C., Mark Davis, Carol DuCote, John Fedak, Rebecca Gaylor, Jacqueline Grady, John Grimsley, Fred Hegeman, Kelley Hosko, Cheryl & Larry Hutchinson, Patricia Iams, Bob Johnson, Mark Kelso, Timothy Kite, Ben Koreski, Kathleen Koreski, Mary Susan Kring, H.L., William Luther, Rick Lutz, Mary Martin, Ashley & Christian Maurer, Ernie Millsaps, Mark Mrvica, Nina & Ralph Murphy, Nickie, Jack O’Hern, Fran Owen, Marie Paladino, John Parkins, Frank Paul, Nell Pidgeon, Mary Rath, Patricia Reilly, L.S., A.J. Salimando, Tom Sanborn, Gordy Seaman, Douglas Seaman, Richard Sedlacek, Ronald Shurer, Susie Smith, Mary Whitney, Josephine Williams, Kay Willis, Richard Wineman, Charlie Yodor and our service men and women.                                                                                                    

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Easter: The Significance of Sunday Morning

“She hears, upon that water without a sound, a voice that cries, ‘The tomb in Palestine is not the porch of spirits lingering. It is the grave of Jesus where he lay…’” Somber words. One should say, inappropriate words for Easter Sunday. They come from the American poet Wallace Stevens, and they are an excerpt from his poem “Sunday Morning.” The poem is about a loss and lack of faith in the meaning of not only Easter but every Sunday since then, for Sunday is enshrined with significance—not because it is a casual day of leisure but because it is the day when Christ rose from the dead. In Wallace Stevens’ poem, faith in what the event of Christ’s resurrection accomplished in history has been lost. The modern mind is content with the distractions of the news of the day, willing to accept that the frame of reference for life’s…

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Bible

For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only begotten Son, that who ever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.John 3:16 (KJV)
You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, with all your strength, and with all your mind, and your neighbor as yourselfJohn 3:16 (KJV)
He rescued us from the power of darkness and brought us into the kingdom of His beloved son. Through Him we have redemption, the forgiveness of sins.Col 1, 13