Easter Week 2018: PM Modi greets nation on Good Friday

Today Ahead of Easter Week, Good Friday is celebrated around the world with valour and kindness of Lord Christ.

PM Modi took his official twitter handle to greet the nation on the holy occasion of Good Friday as saying,   “On Good Friday we recall the courage and compassion of Lord Christ. He dedicated his life to serving others and removing injustice, pain as well as unhappiness from society”, PM tweeted.

Good Friday is a day when Jesus Christ was hung and died in Calvary, falls on the Friday right before Easter. Across the world, Christians observe this holy day with humility and reverence by remembering the passion and sacrifice of Jesus Christ.

In Christianity, this day is recognized as the win of good over evil.  Moreover, it is also believed that  Christ died in 33 AD for the sake of humanity; he bore the sacrifice on behalf of the rest of humankind and is considered the bridge between God and mortals.

 It is written in gospels that Judas, one of the twelve Disciples of Christ, betrayed him for thirty silver coins to the Sanhedrin. Accused of blasphemy, Christ was sentenced to death and crucified with two criminals.

During his investigation by the High Priest, Christ was silent. In the solemn oath, the High Priest asked, 'I adjure you, by the Living God, to tell us, are you the Anointed One, the Son of God?" of Christ, who replied by saying, "You have said it, and in time you will see the Son of Man seated at the right hand of the Almighty, coming on the clouds of Heaven."


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