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Watch Pastor Green’s Easter Message from Youtube here. On Friday the disciples of Jesus, men and women, lost the one they loved. Several good men claimed the body from the Romans, and buried it in a garden tomb. Several of … Continue reading
The acts of Friday ends with a reading from St. Matthew. The chief priests and the Pharisees gathered before Pilate and said, “Sir, we remember what that impostor said while he was still alive, ‘After three days I will rise … Continue reading
Friday’s readings begin with Jesus’ trials before the council, Pilate, and Herod. Judas takes his own life. “It would have been better for this man not to have lived.” Pilate washes his hands. It may help him avoid infection by … Continue reading
The Acts of Thursday begin with the events that center in an upper room. We begin with the Holy Communion. (Go to the end of this post to find an on-line version of the Lord’s Supper that you can celebrate … Continue reading
The Synoptic Gospels agree that Jesus rested on Wednesday. Many believe that John’s chronology differs, but our Holy Week Readings have followed the Synoptic chronology and so shall we. However, though Jesus rested, we read the final portion of the … Continue reading