A Full-Price Easter

Easter is cheaper here, boasted the sales ad that caught my eye before a quick trip through the giant retailer last week.

Normally you can count me in for cheaper. I’m in the zone when bargain hunting.  I’ll take the discounted produce, the leftover wrapping paper, and last year’s hottest styles.

But not this time.

A New Day by Edgecombe
A New Day

I don’t need a cheaper Easter.  I need to feel Easter to the core.  The full-priced version.

There is nothing about the sacrifice and glory of Easter that is cheap, and for that I am grateful.

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  1. Amen, sister!

  2. I am always in awe at how big the price paid for us..it moves me to tears. Beautiful, beautiful post Amy!

  3. That deserves a great big Amen! Great post, Amy!

  4. Amen! Preach it girl!

  5. I love this. I lost my religion a while ago, and reading your blog makes me miss it quite a bit. You have moved me to begin looking for it once again.

    I appreciate your depth, your honesty and your willingness to look for the depth and honesty in life. You make me remember that we don’t need to lead a “remote control” life. We can take pleasure in the doing of things, the journey, instead of whining if we’re “there yet.” Thank you.

  6. Amen! This is what Easter is all about; that’s what makes it so beautiful.

  7. Nicely done!

    This is my first trip by your blog, and you’ve wowed me. Great job!

  8. I as well have been praying to know Christ’s sacrifice deeper and to be more grateful for it. The full price is a great way to put it.

  9. So true! Christ paid our dept in full — praise God!

  10. PRaise God for paying our debt!

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