Why is it called Good Friday when the day Christ died was full of tragedy? Most of us would call it Bad Friday. Yet God had other purposes in mind when he orchestrated the events of Good Friday, as this clip from Igniter Media shows.
Why Is It Called Good Friday?
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What will you be doing this Friday? How will you honor the brokenness of Jesus that brought your wholeness? I hope that this Friday begins a special weekend for you that culminates in an awesome Easter celebration.
Oh, in case you were one of my email blog subscribers who missed last week’s postings, sorry about that. Glitches on my end. *ugg* Anyway, here they are:
Five Easy Easter Ideas to Do With Children and Grandchildren – fun ways to build your spiritual legacy this Easter
Why the Call to Holiness Equals a Call to Wholeness – a Thursday Therapy post
Celebrating with you, Susan
“Jesus likes it when we share.” -Adelaide, age 3: Pass this along to everybody and their brother. OK, maybe not everybody’s brother, but you know . . . all of your friends would be nice.
A Love Story, a Bride Price, and an Empty Tomb