That first Easter sunrise service was one for the books. Attendance was low—two Mary’s and an angel. But there was enough ruckus to wake the dead. The women think they’ve come to visit Jesus’ grave – much as we would go to remember, grieve, and pray for our dead loved ones. They arrive. Terror seizes them – the ground trembles. Then the sky lights up, an angel descends and rolls away the huge stone sealing the tomb, then sits atop the rock. The first Easter Acclamation is not: “Alleluia! Christ is risen.” It’s : “Do not be afraid!” That’s a sure sign you probably need to be. The angel continues: “He’s not here; he’s been raised as he said. Come see where he lay. Now go quickly and tell his disciples he’s been raised from the dead, and will meet you in Galilee where you’ll see him. This is my message for you.” So in the spirit of that first Easter, are you here looking to find Jesus this day?