I'm kicking around an idea this year for my Easter Sermon. It's probably not very original, but I like it.
I suppose you want to know what it is, now.
Gee, you're nosy!
Anyway, you know how they say that the month of March is "in like a lamb and out like a lion"?
I'm thinking there's an image of the death and resurrection of Jesus in there:
Dying a sacrificial death and then Into the tomb like a lamb.
Emerging victorious from the grave within the promised 3 days, he is
Out like a lion!*
Anyone else heard/used this idea?
*A lion of the tribe of Judah, to be exact.