In Christian cycles, Easter Sunday speaks to an empty tomb and this reminds believers of Jesus Christ that they worship a living God who saves and sanctifies and that they are not merely free to celebrate in worship, they must rejoice and sing praises because of the cross.
Many Christians are celebrating Easter this Sunday a celebration of resurrection of Jesus Christ, a time to renew hope of victory over sins. For many Christians, Easter also brings the completion of Lent, which is the season of penance and prayer.
In Christian cycles, the resurrection is also seen as the empty tomb and according to Christianity.com, this reminds believers of Jesus Christ that they worship a living God who saves and sanctifies and that they are not merely free to celebrate in worship, they must rejoice and sign praises because of the cross.
The holiday concludes the “Passion of Christ,” a series of events and holidays. Non-religious Easter traditions include Easter eggs, as it’s believed that eggs represented fertility and birth.
Today, egg decorating, easter bunnies in decorated baskets and egg hunts have become a part of the Easter celebration across board. It appears that Easter has been adopted secularly by all other communities as children often look forward to receiving chocolate bunnies, candies, and other treats on Easter. The Easter bunny, derived from German folklore, is make-believe character synonymous with the holiday.
Like any other holidays this year Easter should look different too given that the pandemic is not yet over, and we must continue observing regulations as instructed by the authorities.