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Passion Week Devotional: From Cross to Glory

Written by: Marilyn Bradford

 "Don't be alarmed," he said. "You are looking for Jesus the Nazarene, who was crucified. He has risen! He is not here. See the place where they laid him. 7 But go, tell his disciples and , 'He is going ahead of you into Galilee. There you will see him, just as he told you.'" Read Mark 16:1-20.

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The journey that Jesus Christ took from praying in the Garden of Gethsemane to the cross on Calvary's hill is unimaginable. The very thought of being despised, rejected, falsely accused, tortured and abused is unthinkable. His bloody stripes, the heavy weight of the cross on his back, and the chanting crowd, shouting, "Crucify him" is overwhelming. Still the eyes of my heart gaze upward with visions of my Savior hanging there on an old rugged cross with large nails penetrating bones and flesh; and the sun beating down on wounds from the stabbing crown of thorns placed on His head, down to the soles of his battered feet. Yet, with parched lips, He spoke words of forgiveness, hope and love. He is Wonderful! As the courageous Mary, mother of a crucified Son looked on; the disfigured, limp and lifeless body of her Lord, her love, her child was took down from the cross and placed in a borrowed tomb. Can any of us truly fathom such grief?  Wrapped in strips of linen soaked in spices, He stayed there that heart-rending Friday and all through the night, then all day Saturday, and all that night.
Early Sunday morning came the dawning of a brand new day
Suddenly the earth trembled and the tombstone rolled away
An angel of the Lord came all the way from heaven down
And Pilate's guards filled with fear fell faintly to the ground
Oh Mary, dear Mary if you're looking for Jesus here among the dead
You will not find Him here, for He has risen just as He said.
This Easter Sunday and as long as we shall live, let us be mindful of the great love of our God who sacrificed His only Son to pay the price for your sins and mine. Though we too must suffer hardship in our lives, if we believe in Him we will not perish, but will have everlasting life. Now ain't that good news? So go tell a broken, suffering, dying world that after all that Jesus endured - He rose! Yes, our Savior lives! Because He lives, we can face whatever is set before us. Because of His victory over death, we too can live victoriously today and forevermore.
Dear Heavenly Father, we love you, because you first loved us, more than we will ever know. Thank you. Amen.

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