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Ain’t No Grave – Crooked Still

Posted by Tim Melton on April 6, 2010

This morning, as I continue to struggle with a kidney stone, I can’t help but reflect back on Easter.  The Resurrection of Christ is the ultimate foundation of hope!  Our sins are forgiven. Our righteousness is provided.  Our delight is secured.  All things are made new.  The curse is lifted.  All of creation is being restored.  The Kingdom of Christ is established and the beloved of Jesus are eternally furnished with every grace of God.  So, even as my body grows weak with illness and pain, my spirit is lifted with the security and hope of the Resurrection.  In celebration of this hope, I am listening to one of my favorite songs – “Ain’t No Grave” by the Boston progressive-bluegrass ensemble – Crooked Still.

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