Easter Sunday – 2012
Larry Makoski, W2LJ, is a regular contributor to AmateurRadio.com and writes from New Jersey, USA. Contact him at [email protected].
He is truly risen – Alleluia!
May the peace of the Easter Season, which is beyond all human comprehension
Live in your heart today; and forever!
Happy Easter to you and your family!
ALELUIA, SENHOR DEUS . . . . . ALELUIA, ALELUIA, ALELUIA . . . . .
Tears rolled down my cheeks as I watched the video. Thank you, Jesus! And thank you, too, Larry. Happy Easter/ Resurrection Day to all!
Thanks for the sentament, Larry. The same to you and yours!
Thanks ever so much for posting this video clip. so powerful. hope some sinners will turn to the Lord and He will be gracious to save them
I just want to commend you for having the courage to post this outstanding Easter message on this web-site. As I watched it it brought tears to my eyes, not only because of what it means to me, but also because I was ashamed of myself for not posting one of my own. I have been a born again believer for over 30 years but I still lack the courage to do what you have done. Praise God for people like you who are not ashamed of the gospel of Jesus Christ. By the way, I have been reading your blogs for several months now because of my renewed interest in Amateur Radio and especially in the area of QRP. I read of your decision to committ exclusively to QRP on your web-site and I too am comtemplating the same thing. I retired a couple of years ago and as a result have become interested once again in ham radio. I have been a ham on and off since my high school days (1964).
My wife and I moved to NC. ten years ago from the Pocono Mtn. area of Pa.
Once again, may God richly Bless you for your committment to HIM.
Don Lee – WA4SPJ, Wilson, NC.
Thank you all for your gracious comments. I post these; not because I am trying to “hit anyone on the head” with regard to religion or anything like that. I’m not attempting to make anyone feel uncomfortable, either. It’s just that my faith goes a long way to defining who and what I am – it’s a natural outpouring for me and I am just happy to share the “Good News”.