Posted by: Consider This... | April 19, 2019

Friday’s Fabulous Fantastic Faith Fact

“Good Friday”

So what is “good” about some guy dying from a Roman Crucifixion a couple of Thousand years ago? What would make any sane person, submit willingly to the horrors of that day’s event?  What would keep a person going, even as He entered Jerusalem a few days earlier, with cheers from the masses of people, knowing full well, that He would be beaten brutally, tortured, scorned by many of that same crowd, and then killed? 

Would any of us, do that today? Could we? Should we? 

Well, sadly, those who still believe in what that guy did, are today, daily, being mocked, beaten, tortured and killed, in far too many countries worldwide…So, yes, there are those who have been willing to do that…But for us in North America, many who are totally oblivious to the horrors “over there”, we are a society (mostly) of comfort, ease, and prosperity. We barely know what it is like to go through something like that, let alone be even willing to endure it. 

But, if we do believe in “that guy”, named Jesus Christ, then we know that Biblical Prophecies are unfolding before our very eyes; we need look no further than many news media outlets to confirm it all. And even for those who are skeptical, you can’t escape the obvious, that we are a world in peril; as much as the ‘Mainstream’ North America tries to shield us from the ever-increasing calamities that are continuing to happen…

So, is all hope lost? Well, that my friends, would depend on your perspective(s), and your beliefs. Whether or not you want to even hide yourselves away from all humanity, there is still the inevitable fact, that this ol’ world is being shaken up, in myriads of ways…

But, for this Easter weekend, I would wish for you all, true peace within, a contented heart, and love to fill your souls, and your lives. Humanity as a whole had someone who gave His very life to save us all from our woes, AND, He came back from the dead 3 days later, to prove that death and decay can be overcome. 

He gave us a truly wonderful gift, that of living forever, and to know no more pain, sorrow, and suffering; have you considered what that gift could mean for your life, even today? Ponder then upon that, and I wish for all, a Most Blessed and Happy Easter Weekend… 



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