“It is finished.”

John 19:30

These three simple words mean so much for us as Christians. “It is finished” means that the work of salvation is complete. Jesus took on the sins of the world and died as the perfect sacrifice, once and for all. On Good Friday, we reflect on the suffering that Jesus endured for us. He willingly bore the weight of our sin and shame on the cross, so that we could be set free. As we think about the magnitude of His sacrifice, we should be filled with gratitude and awe. We should also remember, however, that Good Friday is not the end of the story. Three days later, Jesus rose from the dead, victorious over sin and death. So, as we look forward to Easter Sunday, we celebrate the hope that we have in Christ.

Take Communion

This can be done in your home, as a family, with your friends, or with your small group. You don’t have to be in the church building to do this.

As you take communion, have a conversation with Jesus. If you’re not sure where to start, here is a prayer you can pray:

Jesus, thank you for your sacrifice on the cross. Thank you for willingly taking on the sin of the world, my sin, so that I could be reconciled with God. Thank you for the forgiveness of my sin. I pray that I will continue to follow you closely and be a reflection of your love towards others.

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