Good Friday

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It is noon, and it is very dark out. The sun is gone, clouds are thick, the wind blows.

2 Responses to “Good Friday”

  1. marie Says:

    I was sitting next to my bedroom window, thinking about the horrible events of Good Friday and how our God hides in darkness and works in storm and suffering. . . and a massive wind blew through my window.
    Outside, dark clouds covered the earth. It was a strange alignment of thought and experience.
    Thank you for this journey toward the Resurrection!

  2. Jean Walker Rawlings Says:

    I like to think, imagine, contemplate about the vail in the Temple being rent, completely torn, signifying that now there is no wall between us and God, and we can boldly come before Him.
    Because of the work of Jesus the work truly is ALL finished.
    Matthew 27:51.
    WEY: Immediately the curtain of the Sanctuary was torn in two from top to bottom: the earth quaked; the rocks split.