Remember What He Told You in Galilee – Luke 24:1-12


The women who came to the first Easter morning had their hands full. That’s appropriate. Whatever our traditions are, we usually come into worship on Resurrection Sunday with our hands full. Some of you came bearing food for a potluck. Some came carrying instruments to play in worship. Some of you were carrying children in your arms; some of you were trying to park the car and shepherd your family to their seats. We come to Easter with our hands full and with our hearts full: full of anticipation. We anticipate being together for the day; we anticipate shouting He is Risen!; we anticipate hearing a trumpet play a descant, singing Alleluia with a full congregation. Some of you may have even anticipated hearing a good sermon. I’d like to take this opportunity to remind you, you can’t have everything you want.Read More »