You have to picture this: [On that first Easter morning] women come to the disciples (they're all men) and tell them, "Jesus is alive. We saw Him. We heard Him." The disciples don't believe the women. They say to the women, "You're talking nonsense."
Can you imagine the frustration of the women at that moment? They're just trying to help the disciples, and the disciples are the guys who ran away from Jesus. It was women who followed Him to the cross.
Can you imagine men being dismissive and patronizing to a group of women? It actually happened in the Bible days.
Then Jesus appears to the men, to the disciples. Wouldn't you love to have been there the next time the women and the disciples get together, just to hear what the women say to the disciples?
"Jesus Christ has risen!"
"Told you so!"
Easter changes everything, see. It gives to people a new identity, a new intimacy with God, a new family with each other, something worth living for, something worth dying for, a purpose to spend their lives on.