The sunrise is one of the many beautiful things God has created in this world—beautiful things that are waiting for us all the time if we open our eyes to see them. When we do open our eyes to see them, it seems to us as if they come into existence for the first time. However, that is our perspective, and it comes about because we have never noticed those beautiful things before. From God's perspective, the beauty is always there.
From our perspective--from the perspective of our physical senses--death looks like a final ending. However, from God's perspective, death is simply a new beginning. The angels who appear to the women on that first Easter morning are almost casual about their announcement: "Why do you look for the living among the dead?" He already told you, they say, that He would be crucified and would rise again on the third day.
Clearly, from the perspective of the angels, the fact of the Lord's rising again is just as plain as it is to us, from a million miles out in space, that it is the earth that is moving, not the sun. Of course Jesus rose again. That is how things work. The Lord as the sun is always rising, never setting. In a literal sense, the sun of our world is always rising, too. The place where the sun is rising is the place where the earth is turning toward the sun. Whenever we turn to the Lord, then the Lord is rising in our hearts as the Sun of heaven.