Go and Talk About ItNew Every Morning | March 30, 2019
EASTER BIDS US come and see for ourselves the death-defying-by-liferaising power of God.
Easter’s call to come and see remains such a summons to the gracious possibility that life still speaks the final word and to make that word the basis for our life, our hope, our trust. Once we experience that word as personal truth, once we have come and seen the grace of God revealed in the raising of Jesus—then, like those women at the tomb, we have something to go and talk about, to go and live about, to go and serve about.
Gospeled Lives: Encounters with Jesus
From page 33 of Gospeled Lives: Encounters with Jesus by John Indermark. Copyright © 2008 by The Upper Room. All rights reserved. Used by permission of Upper Room Books. Learn more about or purchase this book.
Do you tell others about your experiences with God? Share your thoughts.
“Go quickly and tell his disciples, ‘He has been raised from the dead, and indeed he is going ahead of you to Galilee; there you will see him.’ This is my message for you.”
—Matthew 28:7, NRSV
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Here I am, Lord.
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Yes, I do “love to tell the story” of what God does in my life. Simple and Serious prayers that are answered. God healed me when I wondered how I was ever going to do things (drive, lift, etc.) with my injured arm. My friends, there IS a balm in Gilead. His name is Jesus.
“Go tell it on the Mountain”
I have on occasion, other than here of course. Not enough though as God does so much for me, I should do this small thing for Him.
Prayers of great thanksgiving for Marcy’s posts. Rejoicing with you dear sister for so much good news! May the move go smoothy and may Lucy adjust well.
Prayers for Jill and her family. May they continue to be close and support one another.
Prayers for Mary and her family. Prayers of thanks for her mum’s release from the hospital and may her health continue to improve.
Prayers for Andrea and her family. May she heal quickly and may her words be pleasant and uplifting.
Prayers for Betsy, may she be safe as she travels home.
Prayers for Connie, may her heart warm with the warming temperatures.
Prayers for Edy and Bill and their health concerns.
Prayers Lou and her family, may her daughter’s anxiety lessen as her plans for the future take shape.
Prayers for Robert, Erich and Anneliese. May Robert’s rash heal and may his travels this week be safe and fruitful.
Prayers for Rusty and his health concerns.
Prayers for April and her family.
Prayers and blessings and warm hugs dearUR family and thank you for your prayers and kind words of support
Yes, when ever I have the opportunity to share my experience with God.
Thank you all for your prayers.
Today, my mum is discharged from the hospital and resting at home.
Praise God for her speedy recovery \o/
Blessings to all!