Mourning into Joy | Good Friday: I Find No Fault in this Man | Holy Week | Devotional Series | Part 7 of 10

FEATURE IMAGE: Ecce Homo Behold the Man‘ by Antonio Ciseri (Oil on Canvas, Italy, 1891) Copyright: Public Domain

2 thoughts on “Mourning into Joy | Good Friday: I Find No Fault in this Man | Holy Week | Devotional Series | Part 7 of 10”

  1. Hello and thanks for painting such a great picture of the sufferings our Lord endured (willingly and freely) for us. One thing that comes to mind is the separation you so clearly illustrate here. I am reminded of the description of hell we find in scripture. The pain and suffering of being alone. Separated! Isolated! Humiliated! No friends or loved ones to console you. No peace. No hope. No rest! It is said that in order to take a breath Jesus had to lift himself up on the cross which caused intense pain. In Hell there will also be no rest, no peace, no end. Thanks be to God who knows our frame and made a way for us who could never find a way on our own. Be blessed

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    1. Hello… Glad to have met you. I did not know about the part regarding ‘breathing on the cross’. That sounds gruesome. Truly, indeed… yes… what great joy it is to know that God knows our frame and made a way for us. Amen. Prayers and best wishes to you too. To God be the Glory.

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