Matthew 5: 6 Blessed are they which do hunger and thirst after righteousness: for they shall be filled.
Judge Anna von Reitz
This post is for the Christians in the group, a rumination on where we have gone wrong for so long. All my other friends may wish to read and think about these things also, for the Christian faith is not the only one subject to corruption….
So here’s what I am thinking this Good Friday:
Jesus, a Nazorean, paid for all sins with one horrendous sacrifice to end all sacrifices. We remember Him and that supreme act of unselfish love for all of us and for the world and for the Earth and for all of Creation— on this day.
For a Christian, this is the most solemn, most thought-provoking, most painful day in the entire year. We once again confront our sins in the shadow cast by His cross and must ask ourselves—- could I pick up my cross and follow Him?
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