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Easter Eggs - #6584
Our little, earthbound lives don't have to be small anymore when we open up to the power of the One who blew the doors off His grave, who died on a cross to pay for every sin we've ever done. Our questions and our fears about what happens after our last heartbeat are answered at that empty tomb.


Jesus has risen - a Christian perspective
The most amazing piece of news in the history of the world is delivered in this passage: Jesus has risen! He's no longer dead, but has risen from the grave and offers salvation to all.


Jesus' tomb - a Christian perspective
Jesus' followers arrive at the tomb to pay respects to him after his death--only to find that he was no longer there! He had risen from the dead, leaving behind an empty tomb.


Napkin in the Bible - a Christian perspective
When the disciples reached Jesus' empty tomb, they found his grave clothes and headwerap ("napkin") folded neatly in the unoccupied tomb.


Stone rolled away - a Christian perspective
When Jesus' followers went to his tomb to mourn his death, they were shocked to find the tomb empty, its stone doorway rolled away! They were the first to learn the good news that we celebrate still today: Jesus Christ rose from the dead.


Gardener in the Bible - a Christian perspective
When Jesus' followers went to his tomb on Easter morning, they were startled to find it empty. Jesus himself appeared to Mary outside the tomb, but she initially didn't recognize him, thinking he was the gardener.


Linen in the Bible - a Christian perspective
The disciples who went to Jesus' tomb found only empty linen--the grave-clothes that had contained Jesus' body were empty, neatly folded and left in the tomb. Jesus was alive, and gone from the tomb.


Empty tomb - a Christian perspective
Mary Magdalene was the first of Jesus' followers to discover that his tomb was empty, just days after his death on the cross.


"He is risen" in the Bible: Matthew 28:6
On Easter morning two thousand years ago, an angel said the words that would change all of history: "He is not here; he has risen, just as he said." Those words form the basis for Easter and are the central hope of Christianity. Now that Christ has risen from the tomb, we can be restored to a relationship with God.