Jesus the Christ by Ros Murphy

Jesus the Christ, unconquerable even by death! Bursting out from the depths of the tomb, A new power; let loose in the world. Now unrestrictedly. Accumulating evidence of a risen spirit body demonstrating victory. A meeting in a garden. Bread in a house. Fish on the shore. A promise of more to come. No more…

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Easter Malcolm Guite

And where is Jesus, this strange Easter day? Not lost in our locked churches, anymore Than he was sealed in that dark sepulchre. The locks are loosed; the stone is rolled away, And he is up and risen, long before, Alive, at large, and making his strong way Into the world he gave his life…

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Palm Sunday by Malcolm Guite

Now to the gate of my Jerusalem, The seething holy city of my heart, The saviour comes. But will I welcome him? Oh crowds of easy feelings make a start; They raise their hands, get caught up in the singing, And think the battle won. Too soon they’ll find The challenge, the reversal he is…

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