There’s a lot of confusion about why today, the day Jesus was crucified two thousand years ago, is called Good Friday. But it’s really simple.
It was good for God to become flesh in Jesus and be crucified for our sins.
Good that He chose to die in our place.
Good that he took on sin and death so that we might have eternal life.
Good for us.
Good for humanity.
Will you embrace His goodness?
Reflect on that this weekend!