Australia’s Prime Minister Scott Morrison expressed optimism about the future in his Easter message, saying it was time for families and communities to come together to celebrate hope and victory.
“For Christians around the world, Easter is the time to celebrate the most important words of our faith. He has been resurrected!” Morrison said. “Christians around the world can draw power and heart from these words.”
Morrison said in last year’s challenge that the Christian community has paid attention to the ancient principles of protecting, cherishing and watching over our families, friends, neighbors, communities and nations.
“It was more difficult to get together to worship, as the religious community usually does,” he said. “I couldn’t even sing a fun song that was very meaningful to us.”
However, Morrison said Easter Sunday is an opportunity for the community to remember the words of the psalmist. “This is the day the Lord was created. Let’s be happy.”
“So this Easter allows us to expect a new sense of optimism and hope for our future as we reflect our faith and unleash our power,” he said. It was.
In a Facebook post, Morrison wrote Holidays can be a great time for contemplation and renewal for all Australians, regardless of religious values.
“Faith is an important part of the lives of millions of Australians,” he said. “It brings them comfort, peace, community, and assurance.”
Rev. Anthony Fisher, Archbishop of Sydney, described the Easter as “we rush to an empty tomb for a new life, hope, and promise.” His message..
“Twelve months ago, just before Holy Week, we were blocked. A year later, we are free to worship again,” Fisher said. “The egg broke, the wall was demolished, and a new life was born.”
Meanwhile, in Queensland, Prime Minister Anastasia Parasek Presentation Church services are allowed to have 100 percent capacity, with assigned seats and mandatory masks placed indoors. This happens after the recent Brisbane snap border closure has been lifted.