The “good” in Good Friday.

BRUSSELS, BELGIUM - JUNE 15, 2014: The Crucifixion paint by Jean Francois Portaels (1886) in St. Jacques Church at The Coudenberg.

BRUSSELS, BELGIUM – JUNE 15, 2014: The Crucifixion paint by Jean Francois Portaels (1886) in St. Jacques Church at The Coudenberg.

How can Good Friday be “good” when it represents Jesus dying on a cross? Well, for a true Christian, Good Friday is the beginning of Jesus paying the ultimate price for us to receive salvation, eternal life, and adoption into the family of God. For those who are not a believer in Jesus Christ, it can become good because the door is still open for you to receive salvation, eternal life, and adoption into the family of God. However, no one can make that decision to believe in Jesus “for” you. You are the only one who can make that decision. Just make sure you don’t wait too long, like the soldiers at the cross, when they said, “This man truly WAS the Son of God!”

Make YOUR Good Friday good by accepting Jesus into your heart!

In Him,
Pastor Kevin Kinchen

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