Now that Easter is over, resurrection remains. In general, what strikes me about resurrection is that it happens at all and that, in some form or other, it is happening all the time. So the use of the present continuous or present progressive tense when He who was seated on the throne says in Revelation 21.5, “I am making all things new.” It's a new day full of new opportunities to arise anew! Arise anew from the pain, heartache and drudgery of this life. Rise again! Rise again! Rise again!