Easter seems to be all about searching–searching for eggs in the bushes, searching for a dress to wear to church, and searching for Jesus in the tomb (spoiler alert: He isn’t there). These ham, egg, and cheese pockets will also make you search–the filling is completely hidden inside a biscuit.
- 4 10-oz. cans of biscuits (20 biscuits total)
- 8 ounces diced ham
- 8 eggs
- 1/2 cup cheese
- salt and pepper
I guess you know what today is.
April fools! It’s actually Easter!
For the first time in over half a century, it’s Easter AND April Fools Day. This co-occurrence of holidays is a little bizarre. As I sit here wondering if the Easter bunny will hand out chocolate eggs that are deceptively made of mud, I can’t help but realize that those of us who celebrate the true story of Easter could easily be called fools.
As a cheerleader, I shouted the spellings of many words: hustle, win, aggressive, score, fight, and (of course) V-I-C-T-O-R-Y!! Victory is the ultimate goal of every competitor. To be victorious is to be successful, dominant, and superior. If you are not victorious, you have been defeated. You are presumed inferior, weak, and overpowered. What makes a victory truly great is when it seems unattainable. When you think you have been defeated, a comeback is always glorious.
At the cross, Christ seemingly lost the battle with death. He proclaimed, “It is finished,” and released His life (Matt. 27:50). After centuries of enmity, Satan believed that He had gained complete control of the world; the supposed Messiah was dead. However, this became the greatest come-back story in history. On Sunday, Christ rose again. He overpowered death. Satan no longer had the upper hand. Through death, Christ “destroyed him that had the power of death” (Heb. 2:14).
Because of Adam’s sin, we will all die; we cannot be victorious over the grave (Rom. 5:12). However, those in Christ have the promise of being “made alive” (I Cor. 15: 22). Those who have trusted in the Gospel – that Christ died for our sins, was buried, and rose again – will receive victory over death (I Cor. 15:57). Because of Christ’s victorious resurrection, we can be victorious as well.
Do you have certain victory over death?
I love spring! Maybe it’s the fact that I was born on the first day of spring, but I have always spent the dreary, cold winter months longing for the Spring Equinox. Now that spring is here, I am reminded even more why I love this season so much. Here are my top ten reasons (in no particular order) that spring is the greatest season there is.
- Peep Toe Heels
- Rain Boots
- Chirping Birds
- Longer Days
- White Dresses
- Grilling and Eating Outside
- Sleeping with the Windows Open