Governor Paul R. LePage
|April 7, 2012||
Radio Address: Easter Greetings
April 7, 2012
For Christians around the world and here in Maine, Easter Sunday will be observed.
It is a time to join in celebrating the Resurrection of Jesus Christ as well as a time to offer hope for the future and the promise of new life.
Easter gives us pause to be humbled by and grateful for God's sacrifice and boundless love.
It also reminds us of family and life as we live it. It allows us to reflect on what is truly important to us. For me, family is first. I am blessed to have a wonderful and supportive family, which I will be sharing Easter with.
So, as families and friends gather to celebrate, let us not forgot the sacrifices given to us. Let us love our neighbors and help those in need.
For those who observe the holiday, our faith brings confidence that good will overcome evil.
My fellow Mainers, as the State of Maine 125th Legislative session draws to a close I’m reminded that our faith brings confidence that good will overcome evil.
Ann and I send you best wishes for a wonderful Easter.