Linda Kruschke on life and death, faith and fearlessness, music and poetry
They triumphed over him
by the blood of the Lamb
and by the word of their testimony;
they did not love their lives so much
as to shrink from death.
Revelation 12:11 (NIV).
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Have you heard the news? He’s no longer dead He’s alive, the Marys said This morning they found His empty tomb He appeared in this very room He is risen!
Together in an upper room Door locked, gripped with fear If only we could remember What He said before In this very room Just two days ago As we wait
Tables turned Coins scattered Spark a murderous rage Caiaphas hatches a plan To kill just one man His anger to assuage Pilate is his pawn Still Jesus rose at dawn
Yesterday in despair we wept Friday last the veil was riven Oh to know His promises kept Celebrate that Christ has risen Today Christ has risen indeed Grace and mercy to us given Because we know our deepest need Celebrate … Continue reading
Your disciples all hid away terrified that dark Saturday Not knowing what to do now that men had crucified You Hope that day was hidden too doubting what You said was true Wondering if You would really rise or if … Continue reading
It’s Easter, Resurrection Day, and Jesus has risen! He has risen, indeed! RISEN Risen, He’s risen, the women cried they’d seen the empty tomb with only grave clothes left inside Immanuel lives, though He died was laid in a borrowed … Continue reading
Lamb of God where would I be if You had not died for me Lost in sin slave to death in muck and mire with all the rest Yet because You paid the price I’ve been redeemed and reconciled