Easter Sunday and a new relationship begins

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Good Friday Art          green cross at Seaton
Easter Sunday, from the Christian viewpoint, is where everything is new. A new start and new life for everyone and a new relationship with the person of God . 
How is that?
Jesus as a historical figure is one thing, but what if he is alive now, having come back to life again on Easter Sunday and is now always going to be alive.
That is pecisely what a Christian believes. Not only that, this alive person, who also happens to be God, is willing to give any person a complete and full relationship with himself.This happens by simply believing that he died personally for that individual. Literally all the person  has to say is Yes!!!
Is it that simple?  
What do you think?
The Good Friday art event allowed the group to place Christian art in parts of South East Cornwall from Seaton, near Looe to St. Michael's Chapel on Rame head. We had a selection of painted pebbles  and glazed crosses. We have placed them in places that are not immediately obvious but if seen will  help people  to think about the importance of Easter.
The most specific place was inside St. Michael's Chapel. This beautiful ancient monument, where the Spanish Armada was sighted, is a wonderfully appropriate place to put a cross. In this South East area of Cornwall, it has an ancient resonance of the worship of God over hundreds of years. The cross was put in a place which was not obvious, hopefully three days on from Good Friday, it is still there.  
If you have any ideas of where you would like a handmade cross to be placed, do let me know.
                       St. Michael\

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