Our priest was elaborating on the women and disciples went to the empty tomb and wondering if it is true that the promise of Jesus’ resurrection could be true. They were looking forward to the “not yet”. We too, in our lives, could look forward to the new beginning and the possible “not yet”. No matter what problems we are facing, be it that we may have lost a loved one, facing a serious disease, having a troubled marriage, in sin, or any other problems, we can always have a different kind of life ahead.
Jesus’ resurrection is also our resurrection. We can have the miracle of the resurrection, walking by faith, not by sight. Easter is a true feast of ours, a feast of resurrection.
Come to see and believe with a childlike heart.
(I usually took notes on homily)