I'm not sure what to think...

We are about to embark on a series of Easter Services to remember all that Jesus died this Easter so many years ago. At one level, it is a rollercoaster ride of emotions with all that happens over the next few days.

At another level, this weekend, with all we will listen to, mourn and celebrate is the turning point in all of human history. I confess that I don’t have the words to express all that God has done for humanity through Jesus obedience.

So, my simply reflection and encouragement, is this weekend, as we gather, or as you are away resting, may something of Jesus amazing journey from death to life, impact us again. May we with deep gratitude fall in love with Jesus again and, we grateful hearts, choose again to follow Jesus, the obedient Son of God.

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