In the heart of the battle, we are never alone. In the midst of our battles, we are carried by the victor. Pastor Dennis Allan talks through Matthew 28:1-10 (NIV) and the story of the two Marys holding on to hope that Jesus might just do what He said He would do and, on Sunday morning, finding an empty tomb. Jesus’ disciples, though, seem to have lost hope. They’re in hiding, mourning and grieving. It seems the disciples believe Jesus might have been just another messianic pretender crushed by the Roman Empire. But, the story of Easter is that the world’s seeming victory is a mirage. Jesus is at work overcoming the world. And, in so doing, showing us that in every battle, in every hardship, we’re never alone. He’s already won the victory.