Even in His agony, Jesus’ concern was for the forgiveness of those who counted themselves among His enemies. He asked the Father to forgive the thieves on the cross who threw insults at Him. He asked the Father to forgive the Roman soldiers who had mocked Him, spit on Him, viciously beat Him, yanked out His beard, whipped Him, put a crown of thorns on His head, and drove huge nails through his limbs pinning Him to the cross. Jesus asked forgiveness for the angry mob that had mocked Him and called for His crucifixion (Mark 15:29–30). Jesus’ prayer : “Father, forgive them, ” does not mean that everyone was forgiven, with without Faith in him as the total once and for all atoning sacrifice. It does mean that Jesus was willing to forgive them totally, once and for all, by merely believing in Him for what/who He alone is ...forgiveness was, in fact, the reason He was on the cross. The words “Father, forgive them” shows the limitless Grace God gives to the undeserving. #goodfriday#ifnotforgrace#freegrace#faithalone#grace#godisgood#allthetime#jesus
The Libra Full Moon- Release with Grace
with a deep Respect that a part of your life is now closed.
Move with Trust and Truth from your Heart. Have the courage to move foward in your own conviction of who you are and what you need.
Instill Balance in your Life and in your relationships.
The New World is one of paying attention to your energy with an understanding that the Divine Masculine and Feminine are coming together. There will be events but know in your heart we are building a better world based on love, compassion and balance to live with what we value.
Jesus + nothing = EVERYTHING🖤. “For Christ died for sins once and for all, a good man on behalf of sinners, in order to lead you to God. He was put to death physically, but made alive spiritually”
[1 Peter 3:18]
Mes cheveux, mon front, mes joues et moi-même vous souhaitons une très bonne #fête de Pâques🎉😘🎉
La #pâques n'est pas un événement mais une Personne,
et cette personne s'appelle Christ,
et ce Christ vis en Toi, Oui il est plus proche de toi que l'air que tu respire,
Tu n'a pas besoin de le voir,
Mais tu as besoin de croire,
Et tu n'a pas besoin de #foi
Car Lui en toi te remplit par Sa Foi.
Aujourd'hui le #cadeau 🎁 que j'ai pour toi
C'est d'honorer le #christ en Toi.
#onlybyhisgrace☝️ Hey ! J'oubliais, rendez-vous demain à #douala Design Hôtel. Dès 15h00.
Pour plus d'informations appelez le Coach @kamgangbrice 👋
그동안 피앙세 비자를 준비하면서 정말 길다면 길고 또 짧다면 짧은 시간을 가졌지만 더 많은 기도를 할수 있었고 기다림이라는 시간동안 큰 배움이 있었습니다.
저의 피앙세는 다시 또 미국으로 갔고 저는 여권 받으면 갑니다. 아직 기다리는중입니다만🙂
기다리라면 기다리고 법 절차를 따라 차근히 진행하고 있습니다. 서두를것도 실망할것도 없습니다. 이제 또 시작이지 않겠습니까~~ 그리고 칭구들 저는 아직 결혼 안했더요 .. ㅠ ㅠ 풋풋한 약혼상태💍
그러니까 제발 빨리 주면 좋겠다..🙂🙂🙂
Surely He hath borne our griefs and carried our sorrows; yet we did esteem Him stricken, smitten of God, and afflicted. But He was wounded for our transgressions, He was bruised for our iniquities. The chastisement of our peace was upon Him, and with His stripes we are healed.
The cross was not an accident or an afterthought; it was in the heart of God before the world began. Jesus was born under the shadow of a cross.
But Jesus didn’t die as a martyr. He was no helpless victim. He said, “I lay down my life…. No man taketh it from Me, but I lay it down of Myself” (John 10:17-18). On the first day of Jesus’ public ministry, John the Baptist announced, “Behold the Lamb of God who takes away the sins of the world.” The Lamb of God died on the same day—the same hour—as the temple priests were slaughtering Passover lambs on Mount Moriah. Two thousand years before that, Abraham told his son Isaac, “God will provide Himself a lamb, my son.” And sure enough, as Abraham and Isaac began their ascent to the top of Mt. Moriah, a ram, was already there to take Isaac’s place on the altar. Looking back on that scene, Jesus said, “Abraham saw My day, and was glad” (John 8:56). To the priests sacrificing lambs on Mount Moriah, Jesus could say, “Put away your knives. We need no more lambs. The Lamb has died and paid in full.”
Happy Good Friday! On this day many years ago, Jesus, fully God and fully man, chose to die for our sins. He not only saved us from God’s wrath, the consequence of sin, which is death, but also healed our relationship with God.
We may now draw close to our heavenly Father with confidence, knowing that we are heirs to Christ and children of God. And He loves and delights in us.
‘But when the fullness of time had come, God sent forth his Son, born of woman, born under the law, to redeem those who were under the law, so that we might receive adoption as sons. And because you are sons, God has sent the Spirit of his Son into our hearts, crying, “Abba! Father!” So you are no longer a slave, but a son, and if a son, then an heir through God.’
Happy Good Friday indeed ☺️🎉 .
On a typical Friday, thoughts of weekend activities, restful mornings and life away from work may surface. Or as preparations ensue for a weekend at home.
But today is different. Today, we celebrate the ultimate sacrifice: Jesus’ death by crucifixion, an act that united God and his people for all of eternity. Regardless of what lays ahead, take a moment to pause and reflect, considering the magnitude of this completely atypical Friday.
Before you reunite with friends, dive into unfinished projects or enjoy a long morning of rest, read through the Bible’s account of Good Friday, joining churches across the globe in recognizing Jesus’ death on the cross.
This was a day in which he (Jesus) Sacrificed is life to cure our sins and we could live happily in this world made by his father (Heavenly Father).
Still now it is not clarified why it is said to be known as “Good Friday”. some say it is a 1st Friday before Easter and it comes in the holy week that’s why. And some say because “Christ” had sacrificed his life to wash away our sins and left “GOOD” behind so that we can get rid of our sins and live happily.
So let’s sit back and thank him for his sacrifice. Pray to him to forgive our sins which we may have done knowingly or unknowingly.