Good Friday

In many Protestant churches, Good Friday observances begin at noon and last until 3 p.m. This coincides with the hours that Jesus hung on the cross.

To many Christians, Good Friday is a day of sorrow mingled with joy. It is a time to grieve over the sin of man and to meditate and rejoice upon God’s love in giving His only Son for the redemption of sin.

Jesus filled the gap. 

Unworthy and thankful.

 

The books of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John in the Bible tell the Jesus story.

The best thing I’ve ever read.  It changed my life!

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