Tag Archives: Easter
Agonized breaths jerked each muscle taut, draining his strength, shaking his body. Bloody and battered beyond recognition, his bruised body hung suspended between heaven and earth. Crucified as a criminal–hated and scorned–he still promised the thief beside him hope: “Today, … Continue reading
Soon, my yard will smell like onions. Why, you ask? Because in this part of the country, wild chives grow everywhere. When we mow the grass with all the chives popping up here and there, fresh onion odor infuses the air. Not … Continue reading
Last Sunday in church, I was struck afresh with the realization of how fickle people can be. From ancient times until now, people haven’t changed.
As a small girl, I looked forward to Easter—not because of what Easter meant, but because it meant I was going to get a new dress – and new shoes – and a new hat. I couldn’t wait to parade … Continue reading