Throughout my years in ministry I have always said that every Sunday is Resurrection Sunday. Some people fail to realize that even orthodox Jews who chose to follow Jesus in the early years of Christianity changed their day of worship from the Sabbath (Saturday) to Sunday (the first day of the week). Why does this matter? It looks like we will not be allowed to gather on Easter in Georgetown unless something changes dramatically in the Austin area. I would encourage anyone faced with that prospect to realize that the next time we worship together in one place is Resurrection Sunday. It should be met with all of the enthusiasm, joy, and celebration that any Easter might bring. I would also hope that people will flock back to churches and do so with a new sense of the glory of being together in the name and in the presence of God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. We need a heaven sent revival in our nation. We need that revival more than anything else. While so many are focused on the containment of this virus, I pray they will realize that there is a spiritual plague that has been ravaging our country for a long time. This spiritual infection is pervasive and unavoidable, but there is a glorious cure through the blood of Jesus.
Join me in looking forward to our next opportunity to worship together. Whenever that is, it will be Easter Sunday for me.