Good Friday Thanksgiving
Good Friday is here, the day we remember the ultimate sacrifice, when God Himself, wrapped in human flesh, took the sins of the world, my sins, upon His own shoulders and suffered an incomprehensible death for me . . . for the world. The punishment for my sins and the sins of mankind were placed upon an innocent man. Think about that. And He willfully bore that burden and accepted the pain and torture and death.
Man, what kind of love must that be?
I’d like to hear from you today, but just words of thanksgiving for His sacrifice that brought our salvation.