In an Irish text written over a thousand years ago, we learn that the early Christain Celts believed that all of creation has a connection and relationship with the Creator. As we contemplate the power of Resurrection and what it means for us all, not just humans, but all of creation. Here are a few lines of that text:
“All the world rose with Christ, for the essence of all the elements was in the body that Jesus assumed. For if the Lord had not suffered on behalf of the race of Adam and risen from the dead, [nothing] would be reborn…there would be neither land nor kindred, living or dead…all would be destroyed without hope of restoration.”
This reminds me of those powerful words in both the Old and New Testaments:
- “for I am about to create new heavens and a new earth; the former things shall not be remembered or come to mind.” (Isa 65:17)
- “And the one who was seated on the throne said, “See, I am making all things new.” (Rev 21:5)
May it be so. AMEN!
May you have a blessed and wonderful Easter!
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