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If Easter says anything to us today, it says this: You can put truth in a grave, but it won't stay there. You can nail it to a cross, wrap it in winding sheets and shut it up in a tomb, but it will rise!
Easter says you can put truth in a grave, but it won't stay there.
The story of Easter is the story of God's wonderful window of divine surprise.
A beautiful women, a great friend and a wonderful mother. You are all this to me and much more… I feel so lucky and pround to have a mom like you.
To the most wonderful person, wish you a glorious day!
A wonderful person and a great friend. It’s a blessing to have both of them in you! A very Happy Women’s Day to you!
I must have wish upon a lucky star, to have someone as wonderful as you by my side!
We send missionaries to China so the Chinese can get to heaven, but we won't let them into our country.
When I began to use my cricket, the first man I met in the darkness I thought was a German until he cricketed. We threw our arms around each other, and from that moment I knew we had won the war.