Good Friday: What’s All the Fuss About?

Today is Good Friday, a day that I’m sure hundreds of others are writing about. This is the day that we remember the sacrifice that Jesus Christ made by dying upon the cross, and ultimately taking our punishment so that we can be saved, freed, redeemed.
There are many things I could write about regarding this day, but if I could only tell you one detail, this is what I would want you to know: He died for you.

Yes….YOU. If you are reading this, He died for you. It really does not matter if you have chosen to believe or not to, if you have chosen to accept His sacrifice or not, He still died for you.
For you, the one who thinks this God thing is a bunch of bunk, He died for you.
For you, the one who walked away from the “religious” scene long ago, never to return, He died for you
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For you, the one who feels distant from God today, He died for you.
For the one who is the first to say “God Bless America” or believe that Heaven is where you’ll be spending eternity, but this whole personal relationship/Jesus Christ thing isn’t really you, He died for you.
For the one who feels like they have sinned too many times, or messed up too badly, He died for you.
And, to you, the one who thinks the Bible, the story of this day is nothing but a dreamt up fairy tale, He died for you too.
Today, whoever you are, it doesn’t matter, HE DIED FOR YOU.
He gave His life in place of yours. All you have to do is accept that and know that it’s enough. You don’t have to be the best, or follow all the rules, or know the Bible frontward and backward. He meets you right where you’re at. He gave His life for you. He loves you. And, ultimately, He died for you!

Romans 3:22-24 “This righteousness from God comes through faith in Jesus Christ to all who believe. There is no difference, for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God. And are justified freely by His grace through the redemption that came by Christ Jesus.”
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