Samuel Rodriguez on It Might be Dark Outside, but the Tomb is Still Empty

We live in one of the darkest hours in human history.

The COVID-19 pandemic demands we distinguish between that which is essential and that which is not. With that being said, I am reminded that more than 2,000 years ago, a woman named Mary ran, while it was still dark, towards an empty tomb.

She ran not when things were pristine or perfect. She ran while things were still dark.  It’s what we do in the darkest hour that truly defines us.

The darkness of depression cannot impede us from running towards the empty tomb of joy. The darkness of despair cannot hinder us from stepping into the empty tomb of hope. The darkness of destruction cannot obstruct us from looking into the empty tomb of destiny.

Are we willing to run towards the empty tomb?

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SOURCE: Christian Post, Samuel Rodriguez