Good Friday: Happened When, Exactly?

I’m no Bible Scholar.

Just a regular bible-believing, Jesus-following Christian like many other folks out there.

And we know we celebrate Good Friday, to commemorate Christ’s crucifixion. Millions of professing Christians gather on this day, usually in the evening, to take communion together, which is a sacrament Jesus commanded us to do, in remembrance of him, in his last Passover meal he partook with his disciples (Matthew 26:17-30; Luke:7-38; John 13:1-32).

Jesus alluded that the miracle to prove he was the Messiah would be much like Jonah spending 3 days and 3 nights in the belly of a great fish, but if you could Friday to Sunday that doesn’t fit his timetable.

Now, I don’t know about you, but I take it to heart when God says He isn’t a liar.

Truthfully, I never dug deep to discover why our traditional celebration of Good Friday, didn’t match the timeline of Christ’s own words. I just participated because everyone else does.

This isn’t a campaign to change how we celebrate Good Friday. This is simply sharing what I learned. And since I don’t want to mess up the beauty of the truth, I’m just going to leave the link below for you to watch.

I discovered the YouTube video because of this Facebook group I’m a part of, where people that used to follow the New Age but now follow Jesus. One of the admins in the group is on top of it steering people to Biblical truth.

Happy Good Friday, y’all! And I hope this video blesses you as much as it blessed me.

I’d love to know your thought! What did you think about the video? Comment below.

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