|The Garden tomb in Jerusalem|
"Yes," comes the reply, repeated for almost 2,000 years in thousands of languages and from the lips of millions of believers,
"He is risen indeed!"
"He Died for Me" A song with photos as a background.
"The Glory of the Resurrection" A dramatic poem with background of many paintings, drawings and art.
|"Skull Hill" in Jerusalem, located near a bus terminal today|
He became our sin, and he was stricken for our iniquities. (Isaiah 53) He has known my sin.
But then, he is "assigned a grave with the wicked, and with the rich in his death, though he had done no violence and no deceit was found in his mouth."
|Two men ;eave the Garden Tomb, as Peter and John did|
The three photos on my blog post today come from the Garden Tomb, mostly visited by Protestant Christians.
Christians around the world commemorate Good Friday in different ways, some trying to identify with Jesus Christ by being nailed to crosses. 14 Photos will take you around the world as you see how the Christian message penetrates deeply into various cultures. (Some photos are graphic.) Unfortunately, many of the people who take part in this type of cruel punishment do not know the truth that once the Lamb of God was sacrificed there is no more need for anyone to be crucified. Photos from around the world on Good Friday