Good Friday

The Cross is everywhere even more than Santa Claus and the Easter bunny. We see it on the church, in the graveyard, on a ring or a chain. It is odd that a symbol of pain has become a movement of hope. Why is the cross the symbol of hope? In Romans 5:8, God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still crosssinners, Christ died for us. It’s simple because 2 boards and 3 nails changed the world. Good Friday provides the opportunity to profess that once you’ve been to the Cross, everything changes! The events of that day should be ever on our minds because the death of Christ on the cross is the paramount event of the Christian faith. It was termed as the victory of good over evil and since then, the day has been celebrated as Good Friday. It also speaks that no matter what you are going you’re going through it won’t last forever. The storm that you’re going through will not last. That emotional battle isn’t eternal. Friday is on the road to Sunday. It was the road for Jesus and it is the road for us. On Friday, the birds refused to sing, and the sun refused to shine. On Friday, the demons of hell rejoiced and thought they had won a great victory. On Friday, Jesus is dying on the cross and the world is turned upside down. On Friday, the apostles are broken and it appears that evil has won. But it was only good-friday-640x230Friday but Sunday is coming! You may have been knocked you off your feet but this is the enemy’s biggest mistake. When a Christian is knocked off their feet then they land on their knees. Whenever Christians fall on their knees then they will touch heaven. Whatever you are going through- it’s only Friday but Sunday is coming!