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Tuesday, April 10, 2012
We started our Easter week with a Passover celebration.
Matzah, charoset, parsley, salt water, horseradish... a lot goes into the preparation.
Jesus sent Peter and John, saying, "Go and make preparations for us to eat the Passover." (Luke 22:8)
The cup of sanctification...
Washing of hands...
Reading Exodus 12...when I see the blood, I will pass over you...
Ten drops to remember the ten plagues.
Eating the meal...
The cup of redemption...
I think the evening might have been too long for one of our guests... Wake up Erik, it's over!
Other images from Easter week...
Beautiful Easter azaleas in our front yard.
A lily of hope.
Do you ever get too old to dye eggs?
I don't think so.
We did something different this year and spent Easter weekend at the beach.
Will and Audra didn't seem bothered by the cool temperatures.
Sunday morning we went to a sunrise service on the beach. This is what it looked like when the service started. Notice the full moon to the left of the bandstand.
This is what it looked like after the sun came up.
I love this picture of Audra. If you look closely you can see a little sumo wrestler on the bike handle next to her.
We went to one of our favorite author's (Randy Singer) church for the 9am service. AWESOME!
Then we waited two hours for a table at Doc Taylor's. While we were waiting, we walked back to our hotel and changed clothes so we really only sat on this bench for about 30 minutes.
Then it was back to the beach for baseball...
burying each other in the sand...
and playing in the FREEZING water.
I don't have a picture of it, but while we were eating our Sweet Frog yogurt, a school of dolphins (at least 12) started frolicking in the water in front of us. They were jumping out of the water and flipping their tails. One of them was tossing a fish up in the air and catching it. SO COOL!
Where were you when I said [to the sea]... 'This far you may come and no farther. Here is where your proud waves halt'. (Job 38:11)
Early Monday morning I was sitting on the Boardwalk watching the waves with my Bible on my lap when a man walked by and said, "Psalm 93." I smiled and said, "Thanks, I'll check it out."
The seas have lifted up, LORD, the seas have lifted up their voice; the seas have lifted up their pounding waves. Mightier than the thunder of the great waters, mightier than the breakers of the sea— the LORD on high is mighty.