Today is Good Friday, a day where people all around the world remember and reflect on the death of Jesus Christ that took place over 2,000 years ago.
Jesus’ death wasn’t an accident nor was he a martyr. His death was an atoning death by which he started to put the world back together again. On the cross, Jesus took all of our sin, sickness, pain and suffering. He died in our place … so that we may truly live.
The good news is that God is not a distant God. Good Friday shows us a God who suffers with and for us.
Whatever you may be going through today or whatever challenges you may be facing, know that God understands and he cares.
My prayer is that you will know his presence and his power in your life today.
[See also Why Did Jesus Die?]