“RESURRECTION” The fire that lit the New Testament church was an unquenchable belief that if Jesus had been only a man, he would have stayed in the tomb. They couldn’t stay silent about the fact that the one they saw hung on a cross walked again on earth and appeared to five hundred people. I wonder if sometimes we stay silent because we’ve forgotten the one who was on that cross. Let us ask our Father humbly, yet confidently in the name of Jesus, to remind us of the empty tomb. Let us see the victorious Jesus: the conqueror of the tomb, the one who defied death. And let us be reminded that we, too, will be granted that same victory. PRAYER: THANK YOU for the sweet surprise of Easter morning. We are thank ful that when you arose from your sleep of death, you didn’t go immediately to heav en, but instead you went and visited people. This v isit of love reminds us that it was for people that you died. We praise your name for that sweet surprise.
HELLO MORENO VALLEY
Moreno Valley: What a powerful weekend we had and coming to. On the 18th good news of first importance, 1 Corinthians 15:1-8; on the 19th the plot to kill Jesus, Matthew 26:1-5; the 20th the judgement against Jesus, Matthew 27:15-26; the 21st the crucifixion of Jesus, Matthew 27: 32-44; the 22nd witnesses to Jesus’ death, Matthew 27: 45-56; the 23rd memory selection, Matthew 28:9; and on the 24th Christ is risen, 1 Corinthians 15:1-8.
SAVE THE DATE: If you’re in the Los Angeles area, join Rose Mallett and friends May 13, 2011 at the Radisson Hotel West for more information visit www.@rosemallett.com.
On April 30, 2011 will be the Annual Big Hat Tea. For information call (951) 232-9220.
May 27, 2011 Moreno Valley‘s Madam C.J. Walker’s Business Lunch will be held. For information call Moreno Valley Black Chamber at (951) 443–0226 or email@example.com Have a very happy Risen Resurrection Day.
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