EASTER April 1, 2018


  • Readings for Easter Morning Service:
  • Acts 10:34-43
    Psalm 118:14-17,
    Col 3:1-14
    Mark 16:1-8

  • This week’s SCRIPTURE
  • Psalm 51: 1-2 NIV
    1 Have mercy on me, O God, according to your unfailing love; according to your great
    compassion blot out my transgressions.
    2 Wash away all my iniquity and cleanse me from my sin.

  • This April Fools’ Day, you may be worried about falling victim to
    practical jokes and gags, but why spend the whole holiday on guard?
    Relax, and crack a smile with this assortment of some of our funniest
    reader submissions from Reader’s Digest:

    Proverbs 15:13 NIV
    A happy heart makes the face cheerful, but heartache crushes the spirit.
    …Bank on a Blunder

    As a bank teller, I was required to obtain identification from customers making
    withdrawals, even if I knew them. On Mrs. Brady’s third visit to my window in a week,
    she balked at my request for ID. “I can’t believe you don’t know me after all these
    years,” she said.
    A few minutes later, I was relieving the drive-up teller and was surprised to see Mrs.
    Brady in the next car. “Hi, Mrs. Brady,” I said, laughing. “Back again so soon?”
    “I’m glad you remember me,” she huffed, “because that girl inside never does!”

    …Down Under Droll
    While I was working at a delicatessen in Sydney, Australia, a woman overheard my
    accent and asked if I was American. “Lovely!” she exclaimed when I told her that I was.
    “I’ve been looking for one of your lot. My son is living in the States with his American
    wife, and she sent me a recipe that calls for half-and-half. Could you tell me, luv, half of
    wot and half of wot?”

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