The Day Of Resurrection<br><br>[color:purple]The day of resurrection! <br>Earth tell it out abroad!<br>The Passover of gladness<br>The Passover of God.<br>From death to life eternal<br>From earth unto the sky<br>Our Christ hath brought us over<br>With hymns of victory.<br><br>Our hearts be pure from evil<br>That we may see aright<br>The Lord in rays eternal <br>Of resurrection light<br>And listening to his accents<br>May hear so calm and plain <br>His own "all hail!" and hearing<br>May raise the victor strain.<br><br>Now let the heavens be joyful! <br>And earth her song begin!<br>The round world keep high triumph<br>And all that is therein<br>Let all things seen and unseen <br>Their notes in gladness blend<br>For Christ the Lord hath risen<br>Our joy that hath no end.</font color=purple><br><br>Words: John of Damascus (c 750)<br>Trans: John Mason Neale (1818-1866)<br><br>Kings College Cambridge<br><br>km<br><br><EMBED SRC="http://s270.photobucket.com/albums/jj119/aubu47/?action=view¤t=DOR01.flv"WIDTH=0 HEIGHT=0 AUTOPLAY=TRUE><br><br>
#352856 - 03/23/0812:10 PMRe: He is Risen!
Thanks, Dave. My dad died on Easter Sunday in the year 2000. A story that he didn't tell to many people [I think he only told three people about it; his beloved sister Mary, his wife (my step-mother), and me] was about the time he saw Jesus. He was lying on his deathbed at the veterans hospital. The doctors had said that he didn't have long to live so anyone who wanted to see him before he died should be called. I was about 10 years old at the time. My Aunt Mary came to pick me up to take me to see him at the hospital for one last time before he passed away. I remember praying and praying to Jesus for my Daddy to live that night as I was saying my prayers. Later that night, my dad said that Jesus appeared to him and told him that it wasn't time for him to die yet, because he still had work to do here on earth. The next day, the doctors were amazed because he made a complete recovery from liver failure! My dad told me that he didn't tell people about it because they would have thought he was nuts. But Dad lived another 36 years after that, to the age of 70. Then he died on Easter Sunday morning. <br><br>After his miraculous recovery from liver failure, Dad went back to college and studied psychology and counseling and spent his spare time volunteering as an AA counselor and helped save many lives during those extra years Jesus gave him to "get his work done". He also went back to work as a bus driver, and won awards for having a safe driving record. <br><br>The nicest thing about those extra years he was granted is that Dad got to see my son and our home here on Cape Cod. He said that he could "die a happy man" shortly before his last curtain call. <br><br>Just some Easter memories... <br><br>
Loc: Lancaster PA USA
Keymaker...<br><br>Didn't you do something like this before? I dunno what it is, but I doubt it's Flash. I just D/L'ed and installed the latest version just this morning.<br><br><img src=http://home.comcast.net/~phosphor-digital/bbs/keymakerpluginrequest.png border=1><br><br>I get the "Can't find suitable plugin" or some such message when I click on the button at the top of my Firefox window.<br><br><B>Addendum:</B> I just checked the source, and I see it's a .flv file. You have something wrong with the coding you pasted into your reply.<br><br>"This is not here."
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