Sunday into Monday – 48 Hours that Changed the World: ‘…He is risen indeed!’   Leave a comment

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A tenth-century manuscript was found in the monastery of St Gall in Switzerland some years ago which contains a dramatisation of the visit of the women to the tomb on Easter morning. It was evidently used in the form of worship, as a dramatic litany. The scene is the tomb with the stone rolled away. An angel guards the place. The women enter and the angel speaks, ‘Quem quaerites?’ he asks, ‘Whom do you seek?’ ‘We seek the Lord’ says Mary Magdalene. ‘He is not here – he is risen and gone before you.’

English: Jesus resurrected and Mary Magdalene English: Jesus resurrected and Mary Magdalene (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

This short dramatisation marks the beginning of a religious drama. Certainly the dramatic message of Easter is – ‘Christ is risen’. The response from the congregation in most English churches is ‘He is risen indeed.’ Easter, the feast of the Resurrection, is the oldest of the

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Posted April 16, 2017 by TeamBritanniaHu in Uncategorized

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