Wednesday, May 11, 2011


Glory! Glory! Hallelujah!
Christ is risen from the dead.
His tomb is empty—
An angel sits where laid Christ’s head.
Christ is walking in the garden
He will speak your name.
If you seek him, he will be with you;
He will reveal himself to you.
Talk to him and he will answer;
Follow him and he will lead you,
In the way that you should go.
Hallelujah! Christ is risen,
Christ is risen from the dead.

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Peter Black said...

Judith, your soul sings joyfully with resurrection life in this poem!I love your reference to our risen Lord's walking in the garden and His speaking and presencing Himself there and the implicit allusion to Mary Magdalene's encounter with Him.
There are so many delightful twists in the resurrection morning narratives that raise the question "Why?" - such as why a primary personal appearance to Mary M., and not to ...
I visit that and other post-resurrection episodes each Easter.

Oh, and great Smilebox, too. Well done!

Judith Lawrence said...

Dear Peter, Thank you once again for your comments. You are so generous with your words and time. As Christians we are blessed to live in the resurrection life. It is a joyful thing to be given the knowledge of such a loving God.
Glad you liked the Smilebox! It was fun doing this!