Apr. 1, 2013

Luke 24:1-3

Mary Magdalene left and announced to the disciples, “I’ve seen the Lord.” Then she told them what he said to her.

Awhile back, someone shared this video with me. Please take two minutes and watch it, called, “Stethoscope.”

As we watched it during Midland’s worship yesterday, there were a variety of chuckles, especially when the “Who Let the Dogs Out” and “Bad to the Bone” songs played.

Then I asked the question and ask you the same question today. So, if I held a stethoscope up to your heart, what song would I hear play? If you consider yourself an Easter person, would it be “Hallujulah” or another Easter song? Or would it be something completely different.

Rick thought he was quite creative yesterday afternoon when he proclaimed that if a stethoscope was held up to my 15-year-old nephew, Zach, we would hear “I’m Too Sexy.” It got a chuckle or maybe more of a groan.

Before we move back to the normal programming of life, let’s linger at the empty tomb a bit longer and really ponder what kind of song our heart sings.

It’s easy to be an Easter person for one day. But truly, how does our heart sing daily? Does our daily actions portray our life in you? Challenge us to sing for you not just on Easter but every day. Amen.

Blessings –




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