Through the meaningless and mundane, through success and failure, there shines an everlasting light within every believer that comes to us down through the centuries – an eternal flame that will never, ever, ever, go out.
The believers are overjoyed and awestruck to discover Jesus is alive, but Simon Peter is not the man he was just a few days ago; he has come to learn a little of what he is really like. Even so, he is on a collision course with the saviour of the world.
With nowhere else to go, Simon Peter has returned to the room where he celebrated Passover with Jesus and the others only 24 hours earlier. But now the Lord is no more, and the room is quite different.
Simon Peter has denied his Lord – just as Jesus foretold he would. He has no one to follow and he is all alone. He can no longer rely on the man who used to be his Lord, and he is beginning to discover he cannot even rely on himself. Peter is on the run from everyone, and no one more than himself.