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C is indeed for Christ

I hope you haven't forgotten about the Joy of Easter and the WONDERFUL events that took place throughout Holy Week. It seems like once it's over, we forget about it. No. We have to keep that joy and keep that spirit within us. For Christ died for our sins, and Rose from the dead. It's something our hearts should bear onto for the next 50 days.

We went into sorrowfulness for 40 days of lent to grow that deeper connection with Christ. For the next 50 days we keep that Joy in our hearts to celebrate Christs Victory over death. In this time, we shall wait joyfully until we receive the Holy Spirit at Pentecost.

Do you remember what you promised to do on Ash Wednesday? Don't forget it. Continue to practice it especially during this time of Easter and the whole year. For lent was a time to transform us; make us someone different and so we should keep up with our Lenten Promise through the power of Christ.

Christ is our one and true Lord! He came to became sin, but he knew no sin. He openly sacrificed himself to be killed for us. He could have not gone to the Garden Of Gethsemane to be captured. He could have used his powers to escape to Nazereth  but no, he thought of us, stayed there, and suffered, for you and me!

I really Appreciate God for inspiring people with the Holy Spirit to write the Bible so that we his people may certainly learn about Christ and how he was revealed to all people!

Have a Blessed Easter!


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  1. Hi Mike, I am so glad I found your blog. What an inspiration you are! You are surely very mature for a high school student and filled with the Spirit of God. I hope you will follow Christ all the days of your life, and that He will work through you to touch the lives of many. Thanks for your excellent posts so far. God bless, Maria from Delight Directed Living

    1. Thanks for stopping by! Thank You SO much! When I read this comment it made my Day :D God planted a seed within me when I was very young! I know he has a plan for me in the religious life!

  2. Lovely! Thank you for finding and spreading joy in Him!

  3. Hi! I found you through the A-Z Blog Hop Challenge. Thanks for your words. I agree, it is important that we must remember our Savior beyond Easter and throughout the year. Great reminder!

    Also, I love your "Reactions" survey boxes. Did you do that with html? I'd like to add something like that to my own blog. =)

    Lyndi Bee blogging at <a href=">Through Trials To Hope</a>

    1. Thanks for coming and coming! And I am little confused what you mean by my 'reactions' survey box. God is marvelous! Praise him always!

  4. I hope you're able to keep the momentum and feelings of Easter going!

    Shannon at The Warrior Muse


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