What’s so ‘Good’ about ‘Good Friday?’


Have you ever wondered why Good Friday was named that? Is it really as simple as “God did it so it must be good”?

If we’re honest with ourselves, it’s really difficult to dwell on the idea of a crucified Savior without becoming uncomfortable, agitated or upset. We’re talking about real suffering, real injustice, real ugliness. That it was all done because I needed it to be done can be, frankly, unnerving.

Today, Bram tackles the question head-on. Also highlighted is a dramatic journey into the heart of God as He suffered the crucifixion. Click Here to read that story or to download a copy of it to share

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