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Scifres, and B. J. ” “I know,” exclaimed one little girl. ” Sunday, for on this holy morning, God laughed out loud. If Lent is a time for crying instead of laughter, then Easter is Laughter Sunday. The rock and roll music of that empty tomb drowns out all dissonant notes—all chords of despair, all choruses of cruelty, all choirs of evil and madness, especially the “Devil’s Note” of death, the Great Pretender. The volume of resurrection laughter is so loud that all other sounds are hushed. Call to Worship (Psalm 118) God is our strength and might.

Stand outside the judgment hall. Stumble to the hilltop. Crouch beneath the cross. Praise Sentences Donkey-riding Savior, waving palms, we praise you! With courage now you come, knowing you will be betrayed, knowing you will suffer, naked on a cross. Waving palms, we praise you, by entering your story, and walking with you on your way. Amen. Praise Sentences (Isaiah 50, Philippians 2) Hail, King Jesus! Your steadfast love endures forever. You gave your back to those who struck you. Your steadfast love endures forever.

Opening Prayer (Exodus 24, Matthew 17) God of the mountaintop and of the plain, we remember today the Transfiguration of Jesus. Glorious, mysterious, and shimmering with light, you know our hearts, our triumphs, and our disasters. Take us as we are; love us as we are; join with us and transform us into your holy ones. Amen. ” Let us live, die, and rise in the image and power of Christ. Amen and Amen. : O. Ditson, 1888], quoted in Susan A. Blain, ed. Imaging the Word, vol. 2 of Arts and Lectionary Resource [Cleveland: United Church Press, 1995], p.

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