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Fù​huó​jié​: a Chinese lesson on Easter Sunday

Easter = 复活节 ( huó jié)

复 (fù) = return
活 (huó) = live, exist, survive
节 (jié) = used to signify a festival or holiday

Happy He-has-returned-to-live Day!

Foretold: For you will not leave my soul among the dead or allow your holy one to rot in the grave.

Accomplished: He isn’t here!  He is risen from the dead!  Look, this is where they laid his body.


One Response

  1. hooray for returning and living!!!

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