The grave, too, is EMPTY!

These were only a few of the empty eggs 
following the Easter Egg Hunt yesterday.
For more scenes, check out the Scipio at Antwerp blog.

“We are Easter people and alleluia is our song!”  
(St. Augustine)

 This is the "stone" we constructed out of a round card table
to illustrate my husband's sermon today.
Rejoicing in the Resurrection Story this morning!


  1. What a great analogy, simple enough for a child to understand. I will use it today when I see the grandchildren! Happy Easter!!

  2. Joyous Resurrection Day, Rebecca! Hope you and yours have a wonderful time of celebration.

  3. Amen! Love the "empty egg"! We have Zachary until 8 a.m., I'll be using the empty egg!

  4. Because the tomb was empty, we can experience salvation so
    FULL and free! Love your creative use of the card table!

  5. A blessed Resurrection Sunday to you dear Rebecca.

    Indeed, the tomb is empty, the stone has been rolled away, and stain of our sin has been wiped clean, we have been ransomed from the grave, and with His death and resurrection, our place in eternity has been provided for!

    With much love,

  6. I love the stone...I may have to borrow that idea for next year at home for Benjamin to get a visual. Happy Resurrection Day!!

  7. I really like that St. Augustine quote, Rebecca. Very meaningful!

  8. It looks like quite a celebration! Ours was grand also. Such a wonderful day celebrating what is most worthy of celebration! :)

    Blessings, Debbie

  9. I missed the stone first go around! What a clever idea!!


Writing a Song a Week #3

Writing a Song a Week #3
♪ I wait for the Lord; my soul waits and in his word I hope. My soul waits for the Lord more than watchmen for the morning ♪ (Psalm 130:5-6)