What do you do on Good Friday?

Don't forget the crucifixion!

Christ died on the cross at 'the ninth hour' (3 pm). Remember the moment and do something about it like tearing a handkerchief in two in commemoration of the tearing of the curtain in the temple.

This simple act of worship honors the moment when Christ died on the cross and our sins were atoned for.

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The two most important events in history are the Crucifixion and the Resurrection!

We rush through Holy Week like any other, distracted by life and its demands. Good Friday comes and goes and we don't even notice. The whole week is a blur and Easter takes us by surprise.

"Good Friday finally means something now. The whole day my eyes are riveted on the clock waiting for three o'clock. I'm transfixed on the cross in a way that I've never experienced before."

Get ready for Easter by preparing your heart the week before. Remember (via text message reminders) the events of Christ's last week on earth.