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Happy Easter Greetings in Spanish : Happy Easter Quotes, Wishes, Images, SMS, Messages

Published on Mar 04, 2023

Happy Easter Greetings in Spanish : Happy Easter Quotes, Wishes, Images, SMS, Messages


Happy Easter Greetings in Spanish : Happy Easter 2021 Wishes, Images, Quotes, Status, Messages, GIF Pics, Photos: This year, Easter Sunday falls on April 4. Easter comes at such a hopeful time of year, and that optimism is a great feeling to share in a card or note to someone you care about.

Easter always falls on a Sunday. Many churches will offer worship services on Good Friday (the Friday just before Easter) along with one or more services on Easter Sunday itself.

Happy Easter Greetings in Spanish

1. "Celebrando el milagro de la Pascua, la belleza de la creación de Dios y la bendición de tenerte en mi vida".

2. "En esta temporada de renacimiento, que sienta su fe renovada y su corazón renovado con la esperanza que trae la Pascua".

3. "¡Feliz día de la resurrección a una familia maravillosa!"

4. “Orando para que tu Pascua brille con la esperanza y el gozo de nuestro Salvador resucitado”.

5. "¡Él ha resucitado! Esperando que su Pascua sea feliz y bendecida ".

6. "Todo lo que te levanta el ánimo, te trae esperanza y te llena con el milagro de la Pascua, eso es lo que estoy deseando para ti".

7. “¡ Alabado sea el Dios y Padre de nuestro Señor Jesucristo! En su gran misericordia nos ha dado un nuevo nacimiento a una esperanza viva a través de la resurrección de Jesucristo ... '—1: Pedro 1: 3 (NVI) ¡

8. Solo quería compartir estas palabras de alegría y desearles bendiciones en la Pascua! "

9. Un ejemplo en español: “Que en esta Pascua el Señor te dé momentos de paz, reflexión y, sobre todo, de amor en tu corazón.”

10. "Me siento tan agradecido por la Pascua, la primavera y por ti".

11. "Gracias por ser una bendición en mi vida en Pascua y durante todo el año".

12. “Esta época del año siempre me hace pensar en ti y en la suerte que tengo de llamarte mi amigo. Te aprecio."

13. "¡La Pascua se sintió como un buen momento para recordarles lo agradecido que estoy por cada uno de ustedes!"

14. "Enviando deseos brillantes de Pascua, con amor y gratitud".

Easter Messages of Gratitude

• “Feeling so grateful for Easter and springtime and you.”

• “Thank you for being a blessing in my life at Easter and all year through.”

• “This time of year always gets me thinking of you and how lucky I am to call you my friend. I appreciate you.”

• “Easter just felt like a good time to remind you how thankful I am for each of you!”

• “Sending bright Easter wishes, with love and gratitude.”

• “Thanks for being a ray of spring sunshine at Easter and always!”

• Un ejemplo en español: “En Pascua y siempre, doy gracias por tenerte en mi vida.”

• “Missing you at Easter but holding you close in my thoughts.”

• “I wish we could be together for Easter, but please know I’ll be thinking of you…and eating enough chocolate for both of us!”

• “Remembering so many happy Easters we’ve shared and looking forward to catching up when we see each other next month”

• “I’ll miss seeing you at Easter, but it makes me happy knowing you’re where you need to be right now.”

• “Happy Easter from across the miles! I hope our bunny trails connect soon.”

• “Thinking of you at Easter and sending lots of love from afar!”

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Why We Celebrate Easter

Easter is the most important feast day on the Christian calendar.

Regularly observed from the earliest days of the Church, Easter celebrates Christ’s resurrection from the dead, following crucifixion. It marks the end of Holy Week, the end of Lent, and the last day of the Easter Triduum (starting from the evening of Maundy Thursday, through Good Friday, Holy Saturday, and Easter Sunday), as well as the beginning of the Easter season of the liturgical year. The resurrection represents the triumph of good over evil, sin, death, and the physical body.

What Is Passover

Passover (Pesach) commemorates the emancipation of the Israelites from slavery in ancient Egypt. Pesach is observed by avoiding leaven, and highlighted by the Seder meals that include four cups of wine, eating matzah and bitter herbs, and retelling the story of the Exodus. In Hebrew it is known as Pesach (which means “to pass over”), because G‑d passed over the Jewish homes when killing the Egyptian firstborn on the very first Passover eve.

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