A journey deep inside

I was asked to be inside

they said it is to be alive

For me, it is to find the life

I lost outside, long before


In the quest to find that life

I kept moving deep inside

till I reached an abandoned room

with ignorance, it was kept locked


my curiosity knocked on the door

with a painful squeak, it was opened

dusty shelves and dusty floor

saw nothing but, the emptiness of unbelief all over


Searched every nook and corner

found nothing except  a lot of nothingness

startled by the sudden sound at the doorway

terrified I bowed my face to the ground


Oh, it was straight to me and it was from Him!

“Why are you looking among the dead for someone who is alive?”

He is not here; He has risen

His grace opened the door for you


Dust & clean yourself now

fill in with hope and faith

your new life is His

Be blessed and fruitful again!”


In our Scripture passage, we find the women looking for Jesus after he was crucified and buried. The Angels asked, “Why are you looking among the dead for someone who is alive? He isn’t here! He has risen from the dead!”

Jesus rose from the dead on the third day, just as he promised. His words were evidence of the power he possessed.

That same power is at work in our lives today. He is able to resurrect the areas in our lives that seem fruitless, those areas that seem empty and barren. That same power is able to help us move forward from dead situations and relationships into a healthy place — a place of fruitfulness.

Happy Easter to all! Stay Blessed.

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