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Good Friday


"Why is this called 'Good Friday?"
What was a terrible day for the Lord was a very good day for us. His suffering allowed our salvation, His beating allowed for our healing, and His tears promised to eventually wipe ours away. Good Friday represents the suffering part of the rhythm of Grace. The rhythm of
Grace includes both suffering and glory. The Christian life is one of suffering and glory. When we suffer, we must trust that God knows what He is doing, and that He works in and through the pain and afflictions of His people for His glory and for their sanctification.
May we reflect on God's great love on this Good Friday. Let us rejoice in God's saving grace. Today, let's leave our burdens at the cross and praise our heavenly Father - for it is finished.
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