Christians around the world celebrate Good Friday in many different ways. Good Friday is always observed on the Friday before Easter Sunday. This day is observed in remembrance of when Jesus Christ, the Son of God, was crucified and died a horribly painful death on the cross.
Good Friday is observed by numerous Christians all over the world. This day is a day that many Christians spend meditating on the pain and agony Jesus suffered as he faced his prophesied death. Christians believe that Jesus died to forgive their sins. Jesus then rose from the dead, three days later. This day is celebrated as Easter. This death and resurrection represents, to Christians, eternal life to those who believe.
There are various ways people spend observing this day, which range from doing little to nothing at all, all the way to spending much of the day on devotion and prayer. Some Christians may not do anything in remembrance of this day, while other Christians may spend more time in prayer and meditation than they usually would. Many churches hold organized services for this occasion. Typically, it’s a very somber, sobering time; while Christians picture the torture and pain Jesus went through, for them. Many churches hold candle light services in commemoration of the events that took place the day Jesus died.
Although Good Friday is typically viewed as a depressing, gloomy day, Christians are always looking forward to the Sunday afterwards. Easter Sunday is when the weekend becomes a very joyous occasion with celebration, knowing that Jesus had accomplished what had been predicted. He rose from the dead and ascended into Heaven. This day celebrates the hope Christians find in knowing their sins will be forgiven and eternal life will be granted to all who believe.
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