Google on Easter:
|Literally, an Easter egg is what we got|
Google on the much reported and referenced and celebrated Earth Day:
|The image won't let you play the extensive video and links to all the Earth Day info you ever wanted|
But for the terrible church bombings in Sri-Lanka, I heard nothing more than a couple passing references about Easter. In an hour of broadcast news this morning, I saw a half dozen stories, or even entire segments, focused on Earth Day, a history of Earth Day, and constant references to Earth Day ('here is traffic on this Earth Day'; and 'weather for this Earth Day'; and 'what is going on in the world on this Earth Day'; 'I wore this Earth dress today', and on and on).
We live in a pagan nation that is proving no more tolerant of the Truth than other pagan nations in the past. Unlike those, in which Christians entered to bring the Gospel, this is a paganism bent on converting Christians away from the Faith. So far, it's been doing a stellar job. A growing number of Americans are more pagan than Christian. We'll see how it goes in the future. I know the Faith will survive, and God is faithful. Nonetheless, it doesn't always come without severe trials and tribulations.
Yet I have left me seven thousand in Israel, all the knees which have not bowed unto Baal, and every mouth which hath not kissed him.