Why is it that I usually get more out of the children's sermon than anything else? Is it because I spend all day with 4 and 5 year olds so my mind works on that level most of the time? Whatever the reason is, it is the truth. During the children's sermon at church today, our preacher was telling us how in the early church there was an Easter tradition to say to one another "He is risen." and the other person would reply "He is risen indeed." They would start out speaking quielty at the beginning of the day, but by the end of the day would basically be shouting it from the roof tops, "HE IS RISEN INDEED!" So I say to you, "He is risen!"