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Jesus died to make it possible for Enemies of God to become his Friends
I was reading the part of the Easter story where Peter cuts off the ear of the High Priest’s slave. Usually this is a part of the account that gets missed out but as I thought about it, I began to … Continue reading
Jesus died on the cross, so why do we call it Good Friday?
So, today we remember that a man was beaten, tortured, nailed to a cross and left to hang there until he died. So why on earth do we call it Good Friday? Shouldn’t it be called ‘Bad Friday’ or ‘Sad Friday’? … Continue reading
Posted in Bible, Easter week explained, Faith, Holy week explained, Saved by Jesus Tagged art of celebration, brought near by the blood of Jesus, easter week explained, Ephesians 2 13, Good Friday, Hebrews 9 28, holy week explained, jesus died for us, Jesus died once for all, jesus saves us, Saved by Jesus, why did Jesus die?, Why is it called Good Friday 14 Comments
The bus pass was at home but the journey was still possible
Recently, someone in my family (who shall remain nameless) went to catch a bus but he had forgotten his (oops, just narrowed it down a bit) bus pass. When I arrived home from dropping him off at the bus stop … Continue reading