Many people around the world celebrate the day of the crucifixion of Jesus Christ on the Friday before Easter Sunday. This is a festival that involves fasting and prayer. Many church services are held in the afternoon, usually during the day or at noon until 3pm, to commemorate the hours when Jesus hung on the cross. Many churches also celebrate this day by redesigning the procession of the cross according to the tradition of the Stations of the Cross, which marks the last hours of Jesus’ life. Procedures are performed in many countries such as India, Italy, Malta, the Philippines, and Spain.
The often handmade Kites were taken to Bermuda on Good Friday to commemorate the cross on which Jesus died, as well as his ascension. This practice dates back to the 19th century. Churches in countries such as Belgium and Mexico, dressed in black on Good Friday in remembrance of Jesus’ suffering on the cross.
May the Love of Jesus fill your heart with Heavenly bliss and holy desires for now and forever.
May the Darkest Night will end and the sun will rise. Happy Good Friday!!
May your faith in God,bring peace to your heart & New hope in your life. May God always bless you!!
I Wish the lord will keep you in his loving care now and always. Happy Good Friday!!!
On this Holy Day… May his light guide your path…May his love grace your heart…and may his sacrifice strengthen your soul. Happy Good Friday!!!
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May the blessing of God be always upon us. Happy Good Friday!!!
Mercy, peace and love . May the grace and lord surround and be with you on Good Friday.
Good Friday celebrates the memory of Christ’s Passion, crucifixion, and death. The most important symbol of Good Friday is the cross, or cross, which represents the way Jesus died. Some crosses have the image of Christ. Other Good Friday symbols include the black cloth used to cover the cross, paintings, and portraits in churches and other mourning homes. In addition, some people deliberately create their own homes and churches by removing all the flowers and objects.