The day we call ‘Good Friday’

If Jesus suffered and died, why is it called Good Friday?

I remember asking this question to my dad when I was little..the time when I started understanding a few things and I needed answers to my various questions. I don’t quite remember what he told me exactly, but I did understand that it was not a day to be celebrated but mourned for – a day that Jesus suffered and died for our sins.

Many of my friends (from other faiths) earlier used to sms me “Happy Good Friday”, I would get really pissed off but little did I realize that they went by the word ‘good‘ and hence thought it was a celebration. My dad told me, we can’t blame would they know if we didn’t tell them..however now, they do and I think I did my little bit of explanation as in simple ways as I could

The term “Good” as applied to Good Friday is an Old English expression meaning holy. It’s often called Holy Friday also

The sequence of the Holy Week is:-

Maundy Thursday It commemorates the Maundy and Last Supper of Jesus Christ with the Apostles

Good Friday: The Crucifixion of Christ is commemorated in the Christian Church

Holy Saturday: The Saturday preceding Easter Sunday

Easter Sunday:  Christians celebrate the resurrection of the Lord, Jesus Christ

So yes, wishes on Easter along with the Easter egg. Get one along when you come to wish me..we can eat it together 🙂

10 Replies to “The day we call ‘Good Friday’”

  1. I’m catholic and I’ve never thought of that. I just accepted as such.

    1. I was very inquisitive as a I asked 😊 my dad patiently used to reply 😉 I don’t have half d patience he has 😄😄

  2. Nice 👍🏼. Thanks for sharing 😄.

  3. That’s a good piece of interpretation. Glad to read this.

  4. Well, that’s a total new thing to know! Thanks for sharing.

    1. You’re welcome 🙂

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