Good Friday? Good Sunday!

It is Good Friday.  This is the day of remembrance of how my Lord Jesus suffered the agony of torture and death.  A part of me died with Him that day – the part that needed to.

When I stood accused of selfish sins and crimes that I knew I was guilty of, He effectively said to me as He stood there weak, trembling, and covered with blood: “Don’t worry, you’re good.  Get behind Me.   I love you too much to let this happen to you. I’ve got this.” 

His torture and death were my fault.  (my brothers and sisters argue that it is theirs, but I am the guiltiest)  But He forgave me that fault and went ahead and saved me anyway.  “It’s forgotten,”  He said, graciously.

So, I don’t know about the “Good” part of Good Friday.  It is also called Black Friday and Holy Friday, either of which I can relate to, especially “Holy Friday”,  but hardly Good Friday, except that good resulted from it.  You can’t have a resurrection without a death, especially THE Resurrection following THE Death that rocked the foundations of the world.

If anything should be called “Good”, it is Resurrection Day – “Good Sunday”, the joyous day that I lived through Him, and had Life because of Him, and was shown the true meaning of Love.

I once again turn to Stuart Townend, Keith and Kristyn Getty to express with music and images what cannot be expressed with words alone.  I pray that every heart that hears and sees this will be broken, transformed, and renewed at the foot of that one horrible, and glorious, cross………..

Thank you victoryinjesus123 for uploading this beautiful video.

Oh, and one more thing – the power of the cross is only the beginning.  The power of His victory over death lies at the doorstep beneath the joyously-open doorway of His empty tomb!  THANK YOU, JESUS!

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4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. ronald long
    Apr 03, 2015 @ 22:06:44

    Thank you Len and have a blessed Easter. We will have forever to get to know each other better, but I know enough about you already to be excited to learn the rest……ron  God’s grace is illustrated and magnified in the poverty and trials of believers.The master-works of God are those men who stand in the midst of difficulties, steadfast, unmovable,–“Calm mid the bewildering cry,Confident of victory.”. Charles Spurgeon

  2. Carol Ann Hoel
    Apr 04, 2015 @ 18:03:06

    Praises to the name of Jesus. Thank you for the touching message. Blessings to you this Easter and always…

    • Gloryteller
      Apr 07, 2015 @ 14:32:37

      Praise Him, indeed! With everything we have! You’re most welcome!
      Thanks for your kind readership and comments.
      God bless you and yours specially on Easter and endlessly thereafter! 🙂

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