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The Animated Story Of Easter On WET TV

The Animated Story Of Easter – WET TV

Angie Wheatley: This is made simple for kids of five and below to understand. Usually they have short attention spans so the video is a short clip with a condensed version. As they grow up, they will read the bible for themselves. Charlene Elizabeth: This is a great video for homeschool! I used this for my 5 year old son. Thank you! – WET TV

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You can view more “Easter Videos” right here on WET TV soon


5 Superstitions About The Easter Friday Holiday


This is an article I found on the Internet and placed here for you to read,

I am not convinced that they are all true but they sure are interesting,

so believe what your heart tells you and not what you read below.

Every holiday seems to have its own set of superstitious beliefs. Good Friday is no different. As Christians around the world prepare for Good Friday and Easter celebrations, we found these five superstitious beliefs too good not to share.

1. Hot cross buns are seriously good luck.

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Hot cross buns are essentially the Lembas of religious foods. Not only are goods baked on Good Friday said to never spoil, these particular baked yeasty delights possess even more amazing qualities. Buns baked on Good Friday were also a favorite among seafarers, who believed that they protected against shipwrecks. The buns are a traditional food item in the United Kingdom, where it’s believed that sharing a bun with another person ensures friendship through the next year. Also, if you have any old ones lying around, hang them up in your house. They will protect your home from fire.

2. Changing your sheets will give you bad dreams.


If you desire a restful sleep tomorrow night, you should avoid changing your sheets. Changing bed linens on Good Friday is said to bring about bad dreams. This comes from the belief that God cursed Good Friday after Jesus was slapped in the face by a wet material before being taken away to be crucified. Almost all forms of work on Good Friday are frowned upon.

3. Do not work with wood.

Don’t work with it, don’t burn it, and definitely do not drive a nail in it. Though the whereabouts of this particular superstition remain unknown, a rather obvious one would be that it would be a inappropriate reminder of the crucifixion of Jesus Christ.

4. If you die on Good Friday or Easter, you go straight to Heaven.


It is believed that if you happen to depart this mortal coil on Good Friday or Easter you will be permitted straight into Heaven, no questions asked. So if you wanted to avoid being a good person or doing good deeds here on Earth, this might be your next best chance at getting into the Lord’s Kingdom.

5. Babies born on Good Friday and baptized on Easter have special powers.

If you have a baby on Good Friday, be sure to have them baptized on Easter. If you do, your child is thought to possess the power to heal. Because Jesus died on this day and also had the healing powers, individuals born on this day are said to have the same power. Though, some believe that to be born on Good Friday is bad luck and being baptized on Easter offsets that. Either way, being baptized on Easter appears to be universally a good thing.

Today’s Inspiration Station With Rhonnie Scheuerman

Today’s Inspiration Station With Rhonnie Scheuerman

Author: Alma Barkman

We had scarcely become acquainted with a couple in our congregation when their only son Barry was diagnosed with an aggressive brain tumor.  Within two weeks, this young man with the physique  of a top athlete was in a hospital for the terminally ill.

At the time, our little church was without a pastor, but my husband Leo had made himself available as a lay minister in case of emergencies .  When the phone rang one evening and Barry’s mother introduced herself, I could sense the anguish in her voice even before she explained the situation “Would your husband please come?’ Feeling inadequate, Leo never the less drove to the hospital that evening and continued to visit for the next several weeks.

One evening I decided to accompany Leo Barry’s mother spied meat  at the end of the long corridor and came hurrying to greet me, her arms enfolding me in a welcome hug.  “Oh she said, “you’ve got; no idea what your presence means!” I had worried about what words of consolation I could  bring, so I merely sat with her, “with no one speaking a word,”for I saw that her pain was very great”.

Lord make  me not underestimate  the importance of merely being there – Alma

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