On Seeking Christ

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This talk suggests that the best way to celebrate Easter is to seek Christ in our personal lives. We seek Christ by serving others, by living virtuously, and by reforming our nature through repentance. Given in the Easter Sacrament Meeting of the Sterling Park Ward on Sunday 12 April 2009.


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On Seeking Christ

A Talk Given in the Easter Sacrament Meeting of the
Sterling Park Ward, Ashburn, VA Stake

By D. Calvin Andrus, Bishop

12 April 2009, Version 0.1


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Today we celebrate the resurrection of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. This holiday is the most sacred of the year. We have been inspired, moved, and uplifted by the beautiful choir program. Thank you Sister Clark, Sister Donnelly, Sister Andrus, and the choir members for your service in helping us praise the Lord this afternoon.

On the morning of the resurrection, a group of women including a woman named Salome (Mark 16:1-2), a woman named Joanna (Luke 24:10), Mary the mother of James, and Mary of Magdala got up early visit the tomb.

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To this I bear my personal witness. In the name of Jesus Christ. Amen.