The Easter Story ~ Could It Possibly Be?

Who Could It Possibly Be?

Some years ago, a major aspect of the Easter story came to me in a burst of revelation that shook me to my core. A positive ‘shaking’ I might add!

After years of life and celebrations of Resurrection Sunday, a profoundly important aspect of the story burst upon the scene and came as such a surprise that each year, I cannot think of anything else to write about the day we call “Easter”. 

It is an aspect that has great and powerful implications for women. Women of all ages, occupations and stages of life. Women in business or not. Women who may never have realized their unique position in the world created by our Heavenly PAPA!  Something the church, as organized denominational doctrine we call “religion”, has failed to highlight in it’s celebratory retelling of the Easter story!

The Easter story is so much more than the miracle of the resurrection. It is revelation. Revelation at a personal level. Revelation that occurs because the risen Lord calls us by name. Revelation that makes the cross and resurrection life a reality to each of us at a deeply personal level.


Because He called one of His beloved by name. And when He calls us by name; we are apt to turn and see Him for the first time; as He really is. And when we do, the miracle of Easter is more than commemoration. It is a living miracle that changes us forever. . .

Today’s Easter post from the AWI 2015 archives reveals the important Resurrection revelation the Lord made known to me. A revelation I hope is a source of encouragement and inspiration for women around the world. Women for whom Easter will never be quite the same again. Click  Mary, An Easter Miracle for your Resurrection Day 2019 inspiration & encouragement. . . 

Linda S. Fitzgerald

I have a fiery passion to see women become all they are designed to be - personally and professionally. I write, teach, mentor and coach with that passion in mind. As an author and prolific blogger, I reach out to women in all walks of life, especially women of faith to empower and equip them for greatness.

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