If you haven’t read Marcy’s “Living in the Light of Resurrection,” you’re missing great food for your spirit. And do yourself a HUGE favor: Listen to the song “We Are the Reason” at the end of the post. Blessings and a Blessed contemplation of the Resurrection and what it should mean for us all.
I wondered how something so sad, like the death of a righteous man on a cross could be called “good”. It seems that it should be called “sad” or “disappointing” based on the way the disciples of Jesus must have felt on that day.
Can you picture it? The one you had counted on who was going to rescue you from Rome; the hope of the Jewish people who would change the way religion was done, was now hanging on a cross – suffering the same fate as thieves and other law-breakers. How can that be good?
The events of that original Friday would have been justifiably the saddest day in the lives of the disciples if another promised event had not taken place on the Sunday…
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