“Good Friday”. At one time, I couldn’t understand why anybody would call the day, on which an innocent man was falsely accused, unfairly judged, beaten, tortured, humiliated and condemned to die a long and painful death, “Good”?!
But now I understand that what was not “good” for Jesus was definitely “GOOD” for me. I understand that although I did the crime, Jesus did the time. He not only took on the guilt for crimes that I had committed, he took my punishment too and in doing that, he has wiped my “crime record” clean forevermore.
So now I can say “TGFGF” – THANK GOD FOR GOOD FRIDAY. I hope you can too.