Well, they did one in 2001. I guess that was good enough, because it only needed to happen once… I mean, Christ only had to die on the cross once. He only had to rise from the grave once. So, why would Google need an Easter Doodle more than once?
The question remains… Why not?
You’d think Google might have a problem with celebrating the Resurrection of Christ, or something?
Maybe it’s only pagan holidays that Google Celebrates?
That would explain why they had a Ramadan Google Doodle for the last Ramadan event. Of course, it isn’t a recognized holiday here in the USA. But it is recognized in other nations.
Easter is only celebrated by Christians worldwide.
But, no worries. Christians don’t need a Google Doodle to remind themselves that Christ is RISEN. We know. The Holy Spirit is with us daily, a moment by moment reminder that we are children of the most high.
As Nancy Guthrie wrote, “Resurrection is the basket we’ve placed all our eggs into.”
Those of us who celebrate Easter, not the Easter Bunny, not the Easter Eggs, not even the lamb we cook on Easter Sunday, but EASTER, the Resurrection of Jesus Christ, know the importance of this day. It is the day to end all days. Without this day, we are nothing. With this day, we are eternal, chosen by Jesus at the moment of his dying, of his rising up, and of his ascension into Heaven, to follow Him one glorious morning into Eternal Life.
We don’t need a Google Doodle. We have Jesus Christ, the risen Savior.