Easter Sunrise Benediction

I was putting together our Easter Sunrise Service bulletin yesterday and came across a benediction that I “wrote” in 2012 and used last year as well.  I use quotations around the word “wrote” because it’s not particularly eloquent and doesn’t have new insight into the Easter story.  But it does work well on the shores of the Rehoboth Reservoir. :) Feel free to use!

Benediction | Easter Sunday
Sarah E. Weaver (c) 2012

What have we heard?
We have heard the Good News!
What have we seen?
We have seen the Good News!
What have we shouted?
We have shouted the Good News!
What have we sung?
We have sung the Good News!
Now what do we do?
Now we go out and live the Good News!
Christ is risen! He is risen indeed!

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