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Holy Week
by Roy Carter


HOLY WEEK REFLECTION Roy carter
The absolutely central reality of Christianity is the fact that God became man so that mankind might become reunited to God as His son or daughter. Our sins and wickedness are cleansed and healed by the reality of a relationship with Jesus Christ made possible only by His substitutional death on the cross on Good Friday and His glorious Resurrection on Easter morning from the tomb.
Our great potential is fulfilled by this reality. Our understanding of Who God is encapsulated in this reality as truth. Everything surrounding this reality; the events of Jesus’ life on earth, the preparation and history of God’s people leading up to it, the record of those events, the ongoing life of Christ in the Church through the centuries, is bound to the fact that God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life. It is through this relationship that we know who we are.
As Christians, as disciples of Jesus Christ, we are called to remember this reality and keep it at the forefront of our devotion, especially during this special week that we call “Holy Week”. Our devotion is not to the Bible as a book, but to the Bible as the living, abiding and infallible Word of God and through that, into a growing personal relationship with its Author.
The salvation of God is too big to cram it all into a single day each week, namely Sunday worship, it is a 365-day annual ongoing relationship. However, like other aspects of our health, it is wise to have a check-up regularly to ‘see’ how we are and what possibly needs some attention.
This “Holy Week yearly cycle enables us as God’s children to keep our hearts and minds focussed on Jesus and His saving grace, His saving acts, how He has saved us and brought us into His family that we might continue to “grow in His grace, 2Peter 3:18.
May we spend time this “Holy Week” having our “check-up” with Father God in the love of Jesus Christ through the insightfulness of The Holy Spirit Himself, that when Easter Day arrives, we will be “In tune” to celebrate what makes our relationship with God possible and totally real, not just for this week, but for eternity!
Have a blessed Holy Week.
Blessings,
Roy
Holy Week 2024.

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