Easter Sunday, Can These Dry Bones Live Again? Rev. Kent Matthies and USG Choir

Ezekiel was in the valley of the dry bones. Rationally nobody figured there could be life again in those bones. Yet with the work of Ezekiel, the wind and the Lord the bones did fully come back to life. Please note this story of resurrection from death to life comes from the Jewish tradition 600 years before Jesus. This Easter Sunday we celebrate all those experiences of transformation out of despair.  The resiliency of the spirit is amazing. In the words of Bruce Springsteen, “come on up for the rising.  Come on up lay your hands in mine.”