.: From the perspective of Christianity, one can question why God allows suffering, but one cannot say God doesn’t understand it. He is not remote, indifferent, untouched or unscarred.
"Where some see the cross as superstitious foolery or a stumbling block, others see grace and sublime love. For us, the glory and joy of Easter Sunday is only made possible by the anguish of Good Friday." My reflections on the meaning of the cross.
If you're looking for a bit of a break from all things Mueller and Trump, from focusing on collusion and obstruction, here are some personal reflections on #GoodFriday.
Good Good Friday reading from Pete Wehner.
An exquisite, beautifully written reflection from on Good Friday, the Suffering Christ, & the abiding mystery & power of the crucifixion remembered today by 2.3B Christians worldwide
"we are part of a drama unfolding in a broken world, one in which God chose to become a protagonist."
An exquisite, beautifully written reflection from on Good Friday, the Suffering Christ, and the (in)credulity of the crucifixion, remembered today around the globe by 2.6B Christians