- April 17, 2017 at 5:39 am #130688
Why is Good Friday called Good Friday? It’s the day of Messiah’s death. It is good because He was dying for our sins. But it didn’t seem good at the time. It seemed to be a horrible Friday. The disciples were crushed, broken, confused, in mourning, vanquished and hopeless. Everything was finished. But then came Sunday. Good Friday is good in view of Sunday morning. And in this is a secret of living. Don’t see things solely through today’s eyes, but through the eyes of tomorrow. Because God promises that for those who love Him, He’s going to work all things for good. It doesn’t matter what you’re going through now, Sunday morning is coming and it’s going to turn around. Before you see it, thank God for the solution. Learn the secret of seeing things in your life now through the eyes of heaven, through the finished work, when all that’s now- your good, your bad, your problems, your troubles- is going to be turned into perfect good. Thank God for your situation and it too will become a Good Friday. And it’s a Good Friday through the eyes of Sunday morning.
Scripture: Luke 24: 6–7
TODAY’S MISSION – Look at all things today through heavenly eyes to the resurrection. Through every trial hold onto Sunday morning.
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