Why Good Friday is Good

Dear readers.

This is for my Christian readers. IIf you are an atheist or even a religious atheist, Jewish or Muslim, It is a waste of time to read the following!

Today is Good Friday – so called because Jesus Christ through his terrible death opened the way to eternal life for those following his teachings.

In fact, it  Jesus came on this Earth in an attempt to save – not mankind, for it belongs to Jesus´ brother, Satan, who was also a son of God  (see Book of Job 1:6). Acc. to Genesis 3, Satan revolted against God in the shape of a serpent and was thrown out Heaven down on the planet Earth alongside with his angels – (“Nephilim”) (Isaiah 14:12-14, Rev. 12:9). Today the self-appointed Illuminati see themselves as descendents of the Nephilim – and hence claim their right to rule the Earth and its Goyim (Cattle) people.

Here is what I believe could then have taken place in Heaven: Another son of God, Jesus, seems to have made an arrangement with his and Satan´s Father, saying: “All, right, Satan has corrupted mankind since Adam and Eve. But, please, I think it is possible to change mankind´s corrupted nature in some cases. I know not in all cases – Satan has a solid grip on most of them. But give me (for what purpose??) those whom I can convince of the necessity to do as you and I have commanded them to do in our 10 commandments (Matth. 5:17-21). I know that it means I have to become human in order to convince them. And I know that they won´t believe me, unless I give them both signs they cannot reject – but also the final irrefutable sign: THE RESURRECTION OF THE DEAD IS A REALITY! That means my own death and resurrection.

To which God said: “All right, my son. Man is my masterpiece. I love that masterpiece. But it can only be with us in eternity unless it stops transgressing our commandments. I wish you luck, and I speed your project!” 

Jesus completed that mission – and shouted, therefore, on the Cross: “It is consummated”! 

And Satan lost:  “Woe to the inhabiters of the earth and of the sea! for the devil is come down unto you, having great wrath, because he knoweth that he hath but a short time” (Rev. 12:12).
Therefore, Satan forms all sorts of ideologies (devil religions) and anti-Christian religions, to deprive his father and brother of their part of mankind. Therefore, Christianity today is the most persecuted faith in the world!

That´s why Good Friday is good for mankind: The final offer to avoid eternal damnation. For spiritual life does continue after death, as Jesus Christ said.

And here is the proof that that the Resurrection of the dead Jesus Christ is an irrefutable fact 

Catholic  Good Friday is the day on which Catholics commemorate the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. Catholics are joined by almost all other Christians in solemn commemoration on this day. It is also a legal holiday around much of the world.

According to the gospels, Jesus was betrayed by Judas on the night of the Last Supper, commemorated on Holy Thursday. The morning following Christ’s arrest, he was brought before Annas, a powerful Jewish cleric. Annas condemned Jesus for blasphemy for refusing to repudiate Annas’ words that He was the Son of God. From there, Jesus was sent toPontius Pilate, the Roman governor of the province.

Pontius Pilate questioned Jesus but found no reason to condemn Him. Instead, he suggested Jewish leaders deal with Jesus according to their own law. But under Roman law, they could not execute Jesus, so they appealed to Pilate to issue the order to kill Jesus.

Pilate appealed to King Herod, who found no guilt in Jesus and sent Him back to Pilate once again. Pilate declared Jesus to be innocent, and washed his hands to show that he wanted nothing to do with Jesus, but the crowds were enraged. To prevent a riot and to protect his station, Pilate reluctantly agreed to execute Jesus and sentenced him to crucifixion. Jesus was convicted of proclaiming himself to be the King of the Jews.

Before his execution, Jesus was flogged, which was a customary practice intended to weaken a victim before crucifixion. Crucifixion was an especially painful method of execution and was perfected by the Romans as such. It was reserved for the worst criminals, and generally Roman citizens, women, and soldiers were exempt in most cases.

During his flogging, the soldiers tormented Jesus, crowning Him with thorns and ridicule.

Following his flogging, Jesus was compelled to carry his cross to the place of His execution, at Calvary. During his walk to the site of His execution, Jesus fell three times and the Roman guards randomly selected Simon, a Cyrene, to help Jesus.

Ashroud-turinfter arrival at Calvary, Jesus was nailed to the cross and crucified between two thieves. One of the thieves repented of his sins and accepted Christ while on the cross beside Him. A titulus, or sign, was posted above Christ to indicate His supposed crime. The titulus read, “Jesus of Nazareth, King of the Jews.” It is commonly abbreviated in Latin as “INRI” (Iesus Nazarenus, Rex Iudaeorum).

During Christ’s last few hours on the cross, darkness fell over the whole land. Jesus was given a sponge with sour wine mixed with gall, a weak, bitter painkiller often given to crucified victims.

Prior to death, Jesus spoke His last words, “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?” This line is the opening of Psalm 22, and it may have been common practice to recite lines of songs to deliver a greater message. Properly understood, the last words of Christ were triumphant. Guards then lanced Jesus’ side to ensure He was dead.

At the moment of Christ’s death, an earthquake occurred, powerful enough to open tombs. The long, thick curtain at the Temple was said to have torn from top to bottom.

Following the incredible events of the day, the body of Christ was removed from the cross and laid in a donated tomb, buried according to custom.

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