After Easter, we tend to pack away the promises of Lent. We punch the accelerator on our activity-driven lifestyle again. We rush past worship and rest in favor of Spring cleaning and a last ditch effort to get a beach body.
I am suggesting we let Easter linger for a while.
Let relief from sin and darkness linger on our souls.
Let the celebration of Christ is Risen hover in our homes.
Allow the memory of his sacrifice permeate each meal, as a type of communion.
Taste the sweetness of Gods acceptance, and savor the flavor of new life!
Before we take on a spring cleaning or a spring diet or a spring project, let us linger in the true meaning of Spring: new life, given not earned, fully in our grasp.
Let Easter Linger.