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Meditate on the Passion and Resurrection of Jesus

By worship and meditating on Jesus’ death in the Good Friday Service on 10 April, we drew closer to the crucified Lord and understood more about Jesus’ sacrificial love.

Through the six main scenes of Jesus’ death, namely: Denying self alone, the Healing of pains, Being mistreated and misunderstood, the Heavy Cross, the Dying cry, and Expecting the Resurrection – we meditated on the process of the Passion of Christ, feeling every pain and emotional fluctuation Jesus had experienced, and the revival hope He had brought forth. Meanwhile, we prayed for the people of the world suffering from the present pandemic, wishing for all of them to put their trust in the Passion and Resurrection of Jesus, for He is the hope and salvation for the whole world.•[2020.04.19]

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