The Friday before Easter Sunday is widely commemorated by Christians as the day Jesus was hung on a cross.
So what is so good about Good Friday?
Per Fox News:
Why on earth would Christians refer to this day as “good” Friday?
It’s called Good Friday because even while powerful men were conspiring to kill the Son of God, God himself was acting to save the world from itself, once and for all. Even while the world’s authorities were conspiring to perpetrate history’s greatest evil, God was working to bring about history’s greatest good.
There are a few things Jesus’ death on the cross achieved:
But what does Jesus’ crucifixion have to do with him saving the world? In response to that question, here are three things Jesus’ crucifixion accomplished, which together provide a powerful explanation of why Christians call that dark day “Good Friday”:
1. On the cross, Jesus suffered so that we would not have to suffer.
2. Through the cross, we can be reconciled to God and each other.
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3. Because of the cross and resurrection, we have hope for the future.
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