Guest Blogger s.a. Morgan #LookingUp

s.a. Morgan  Three Days; Risen + Link Up #4

My guest post for today comes from s.a. Morgan, an outstanding person of great feeling.  I ran into her through social media earlier this year and since then have been fan of her unique writings.  I hope you enjoy one of her newer pieces titled, “Three Days; Risen.”  

You can visit her personal page at Occasionally a poet
If you are a fellow blogger visiting today; make note that Thursday is also #LookingUp Link Up day!!  At the end of our post you will find a place to enter in your favorite links to your blogs.  I would love to read what you have been up to and make some new connections.
Now…off to s.a. Morgan: 

I would like to thank Amy for this opportunity to share another piece of my poetry with you. She is a true believer and follower of the teachings of Jesus Christ and a writer of beautiful Christian life inspiration.

I don’t know what was rolling around in my sub-conscience the other day when I had a pondering moment about the crucifixion of Jesus and all those involved. I have never before thought about what the Apostles might have been going through emotionally during those last four days prior to the Resurrection of Christ. Suddenly it occurred to me that they must have been terrified of the events taking place.

I feel the state of the world today, with the persecution of Christians and the elimination of God, Jesus Christ and the Good Book from our public domain, for some of us, the remaining believers, is just a fraction of what the Apostles went through as Jesus was taken away from them; but in so many ways, it is the same. Maybe that is what I was thinking when I wrote: “Three Days; Risen”

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