Signs of the Times

Easter

Rev. Dr. L. W. Fifie Brooklyn Eagle

The central message of Easter is that there is a kind of life that cannot be destroyed. There is a kind of life that cannot be conquered by hatred, intolerance, self-ishness—not even by death itself. All of the destructive qualities of life were incarnate in the group opposed to Jesus of Nazareth. ... They were convinced that his death would end the menace of his message to their entrenched selfishness and greed. The stone at the opening of the tomb was for them a period closing the span and also the influence of his life.

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April 24, 1943
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