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Resurrection Sunday—a time for rejoicing!

Jesus Christ's resurrection. Scene from God's Story. Illustration copyrighted. On Resurrection Sunday, we remember that Jesus Christ was cruelly mocked, beaten, and crucified. So why is it a time of rejoicing? Because Jesus Christ rose from the dead. He is alive—victorious over death and gives new life to those who believe in Him. Through His death, burial and resurrection, we can gain forgiveness of our sins and the gift of eternal life. Indeed, this is a time for great thankfulness and rejoicing!


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INSTRUCTIONS: Look for the words on the list. When you find one, point your mouse pointer at the beginning of the word, hold your mouse button down, and “drag” to the end of the word and release the button. If you are correct, the word will be circled and will also disapper from the list. Words may be hidden horizontally, vertically, diagonally, forwards, or backwards. After you’ve found all of the words, you can mix them up in a different way and try again, or try another word list.

Can’t find a word? Simply highlight the word in the right column and then click on “Find Words.” Rescramble as often as you wish.

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