As we come to Good Friday, the end of Lent and a recounting of Jesus’ sufferings, I have to ask the question of “What is Good?”
It seems, perhaps, that Christians have forgotten that God has always been, and is still very much in the business of reviving and restoring, and He is still in the business of “rolling rolling” stones.
But maybe of all days, Good Friday is the day to reconsider just what suffering is and to think on our own suffering.
On this Good Friday, let our guilt be replaced with gratitude.
Let us consider what it meant for Christ to become nothing for our sake.