1. Good Friday encompasses the silence of God, even as it focuses on our salvation in the cross of Christ.
  2. We can rejoice in our own need and the gift we receive through baptism given by the same one by whom John desired to be baptized.
  3. The following is an excerpt from “A Year of Grace: Collected Sermons of Advent through Pentecost” written by Bo Giertz and translated by Bror Erickson (1517 Publishing, 2019).
  4. The following is an excerpt from “A Year of Grace: Collected Sermons of Advent through Pentecost” written by Bo Giertz and translated by Bror Erickson (1517 Publishing, 2019).
  5. We have the freedom to joyfully participate in neighborhood fun with the love of our neighbor in mind.
  6. The following is an excerpt from “A Year of Grace: Collected Sermons of Advent through Pentecost” written by Bo Giertz and translated by Bror Erickson (1517 Publishing, 2019).
  7. Truly, truly, I say to you, you will weep and lament, but the world will rejoice. You will be sorrowful, but your sorrow will turn into joy.
  8. Had you been the only sinner in the world, He would have died for you alone
  9. It’s the shadow of death that causes mankind to sit in darkness.
  10. It is the sort of joy that is brought about by the mutual consolation of the saints when they encourage one another through hard times.
  11. This is the first of seven words of Christ from the cross.
  12. Christ intercedes on your behalf before the Father for all the sins that work guilt deep down in your soul.
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