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Third Day Living 3/31/24

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  • The Easter Metaphor, Trinity Lutheran Church, Brattleboro, VT, March 31, 2024
  • Luke 24:11 The apostles did not believe the women (that Jesus was risen) because their words seemed to them to be nonsense.
  • Easter is a grand metaphor for life. We are programmed - typically by the views, attitudes and expectations of others.  That “programming” can hold us captive so that we do not see “joy” but instead we can get swallowed up in sadness, suffering and despair. We end up living (the day, the week?) in the darkness.  
  • The Easter metaphor is that darkness can turn to joy.  God invites us be people of the "third day".  People who move from darkness to new life.  May we be people who live in that "third day".
  • Pastor Jon Heydenreich presides, with Kris Grotz-Kuch assisting, Beverly Wolf as lector and Marsha Heydenreich on piano.
  • No matter who you are in your walk of faith, or where you are in that journey, you are invited to the communion table at Trinity Lutheran Church. Trinity Lutheran Church is an ELCA congregation, more or less traditional and relaxed, and a Reconciling in Christ congregation where all are welcome.
Production Date: 
Sunday, March 31, 2024 - 10:00

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