Easter isn’t about bunnies and baskets and eggs.
Easter isn’t about marshmallow chicks and jelly beans and chocolate candies.
Easter isn’t about floral dresses and white hats and black patent leather shoes.
Easter isn’t about freshly baked ham, and cheesy potato casserole and jello salad.
Easter isn’t about seeing our grandmas and grandpas and aunts and uncles and cousins and babies.
Easter is about celebrating the resurrection of Jesus.
Easter is about giving thanks for His sacrifice on our behalf.
Easter is about reflecting on the new life offered to us through Jesus’s power over death.
Easter is about reminding ourselves that our days are numbered and that God holds every one in His hand.
This year, Easter is going to look different than Easters past, but maybe that’s good.
We might not gather together for egg hunts, but we can gather together in our hearts to celebrate the resurrection power that is STILL available today through faith in Jesus Christ.
No power of hell or scheme of man, certainly no virus here on earth, can have victory over the One True Almighty God.