Here is a beautiful expression of the why’s of Good Friday. Many questions are answered.
In the spirit of quirky, crazy Christians and what could possibly be “good” about Good Friday, what a beautiful day to celebrate all the paradoxes and riddles that faith presents us with. There is no greater paradox than Good Friday and I do so love all the conundrums and riddles that the Lord has set before us. They’re like treasure hunts, delightful clues and riddles, handed to us with great love.
Good Friday is the day Christ went to the cross to pay for the sins of mankind. There can be no greater love than a God who would willingly sacrifice and suffer so much to pay the ransom for all of mankind. Many of us know John 3:16, “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.” But it is John 3:17 that is really awesome…
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