Sunday, April 4, 2010
The Prophets Reflect on the Resurrection
The empty tomb that first Easter morning was the answer to Job's question, “If a man die, shall he live again?” To all within the sound of my voice I declare: If a man die, he shall live again.
...In our hour of deepest sorrow, we can receive profound peace from the words of the angel that first Easter morning, “He is not here: for he is risen. ”
On this Easter Sunday, and every day, as we contemplate with reverence and awe how our Savior embraces us, comforts us and heals us, let us commit to become his hands, that others through us may feel his loving embrace.
He Lives! All Glory to His Name! ..This Easter resolve to make the Lord Jesus Christ the living center of your home.
While we rejoice in the supernal significance of Gethsemane and Calvary, our focus has always been in the resurrected Lord.
As we commemorate this Easter morning, let us turn to the Lord, our “Bright and Morning Star.” Turn to the Lord.
On this Easter Sunday, we remember the life of the Savior. It is he whom we desire to emulate in all our actions.
Want to carry the spirit of this conference into your week and into your lives? Visit the new church website General Conference to listen or watch again, download an MP3 for your ipod or read the proceedings. Search by topic, search by speaker, search by session.
Take moment now to tell us in the comments what your favorite part of Conference was or what you felt the general theme was.