Orthodox Good Friday

When Friday dawned, Christ was sent bound from Caiaphas to Pontius Pilate, who was then Governor of Judea. Pilate interrogated Him in many ways, and once and again acknowledged that He was innocent, but to please the Jews, he later passed the sentence of death against Him. After scourging the Lord of all as though … Continue reading Orthodox Good Friday

Good Friday by John Donne

Let mans Soul be a Sphere, and then, in this, The intelligence that moves, devotion is, And as the other Spheres, by being grown Subject to foreign motion, lose their own, And  others hurried every day, Scarce in a year their natural form obey: Pleasure or business,  our Souls admit For their First Mover, and … Continue reading Good Friday by John Donne

Matthew 26– Simon Takes up the Cross

27, Then the soldiers of the governor took Jesus into the palace, and gathered unto him the whole band. 28, And they stripped him, and put on him a scarlet robe. 29, And they plaited a crown of thorns and put it upon his head, and a reed in his right hand; and they kneeled … Continue reading Matthew 26– Simon Takes up the Cross

Good Friday, May 3rd

Good Friday, May 3rd Reading from the Greek Orthodox Bible.When Friday dawned, Christ was sent bound from Caiaphas to Pontius Pilate, who was then Governor of Judea. Pilate interrogated Him in many ways, and once and again acknowledged that He was innocent, but to please the Jews, he later passed the sentence of death against Him. … Continue reading Good Friday, May 3rd