April: Good Friday – Weep Not For Me

Traditionally, Good Friday is a day of mourning as people from all of Christendom recall the sufferings of Christ.  Traditions range from going through the stations of the cross to actual real-life crucifixions of men and women.

But though our King suffered beyond what words can describe, He sits a King at the right hand of Our Father, and will be coming back to reign eternally.  In this short lesson, we start with Luke 23, then go into Hebrews 10.  How serious our calling as Christians is!  While many millions take it lightly, God takes the death of His only begotten Son with the utmost seriousness.  Those who claim His name must also walk in the light He has shone for us.  Failure to do so will result in terrible consequences.