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Mike Woodruff - March 31, 2024

The Empty Tomb – John 20:1-2

In John 20:1-2, the discovery of the empty tomb by Mary Magdalene early on Easter morning encapsulates the essence of Christian hope and the promise of new beginnings. This pivotal moment, marking Jesus’ victory over death, invites us into a personal encounter with the living Christ, challenging us to remove barriers and open ourselves to the transformative power of faith. The empty tomb is not just a historical event but a symbol of hope, light, and life triumphing over despair, darkness, and death. As we reflect on this profound mystery, we are called to live in the reality of the resurrection, embodying its promise and sharing its light with the world.

Scripture References: John 20:1-2

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