Budapest, April 5 (MTI) – Peter Gancs, the head of the Lutheran Church of Hungary, celebrated Easter mass at the Deak Square Lutheran Church in Budapest on Sunday.
In his Easter message, Gancs said “God decided that the impossible is possible”. He said tombs are usually closed once and for all and there is no permeation between life and death; this is the rule of nature. But what happened at the dawn of Easter was not unnatural but supernatural, he told the congregation.
“Jesus did not look back but forward, and, at Easter, this is what He wants us to do; to be brave enough to look forward,” Gancs said, cautioning people not bring up old grievances again and again or to talk about what would have been rightful entitlements in this life and world, but rather to be brave enough to “look forward to those who walk before us”.