The Message of Easter

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J Douglas Bottorff

“Unless a kernel of wheat falls to the ground and dies, it remains only a seed; but if it dies, it bears much fruit.” John 12:24

Easter, which focuses on the death and resurrection of Jesus, is considered the most important element of the Christian faith. Humankind was condemned to suffering and death at that moment Adam and Eve were expelled from the Garden of Eden. Jesus, it is believed, gave his life for those willing to accept and profess this ultimate sacrifice as their only hope for eternal life.

The above passage from John, written approximately twenty years after the death of Jesus, was undoubtedly intended by the author as a literary device intended to foreshadow the coming crucifixion. And yet it is so much more than this. The life of the fruit-bearing plant emerges from the death of the seed. The potential within the seed cannot be unleashed…

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1 comments on “The Message of Easter”

  1. Juliana,

    Love your article, your words uplift my soul. I hope you are well. I see you doing things at the beach and I say in my mind that I wish I were there with you. Happy shell hunting my Sister.

    Love, Mari

    Mari A Soul Nourishing Experience

    Mari Hall

    Founder and Director, International Association of Reiki

    mari@marihall.com

    http://www.marihall.com

    Best Selling Author of: ‘Practical Reiki’, ‘Reiki for Common Ailments’ ‘ Reiki for the Soul’, ‘Reiki for the Soul, the 11th doorway’, and ‘Reiki, Practical Ways to Harmony’

    “Where there is great love, there are always outrageous miracles.???

    ???Willa Sibert Cather

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