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Good Friday


It is, once again, Good Friday — the day the Church annually celebrates that Jesus died on the cross.

Fascinating concept, isn’t it? The idea that someone claims to die for the world, regardless of whether or not that world even pays attention to this act. But, this act of dying is really a fulfillment of a number of things, the primary one being to restore a relationship between humanity and the Creator.

This isn’t narcissistic love that humanity is overly accustomed to; that’s a type of love for self-serving purposes.

Love, properly expressed, is freely given, and holy love is exactly expressed on the cross. God the Son fulfills the holy love law commitment made by God the Father and simultaneously allows all of us to directly relate with God once again.

I hope and pray that in your spiritual journey that you’ll come to know God by allowing him into your life.

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