In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Fly on the Wall.”
Today the Daily Post has asked us, If you could be a “fly on the wall” anywhere and at any time in history, where and when would you choose?
My mind is consumed by thoughts of Easter just now. It feels most days that I am eating, sleeping and breathing the upcoming Good Friday and Easter services. Truly, the opportunity to be a part of commemorating these two world-changing events is one of the great privileges of my life. Every year they leave me tired but satisfied with a sense of having touched something transcendent.
In a world that is consumed and enamoured with flash-in-the-pan fads it is comforting to have such a tangible connection with something that bridges our human condition with eternity. This celebration is the closest I can come to understanding the events of those days but if I could I would go back and walk that ancient Passover weekend to gain a deeper appreciation of what God has done for us.