Good Friday: This backdrop is today a state holiday in the country (Govt Holiday). Against this backdrop, many people are having fun saying that this week is the biggest and fastest start of our week. However, many people do not know what is special about today and the meaning behind the celebration of Good Friday. Come on, let’s find out more about Good Friday in this article.
According to the Christian calendar, Good Friday is one of the most important events of Easter. It is celebrated on 15th April, this year. There is also a Friday named Good Friday Anno. Similarly, it is celebrated every Friday Also, Good Friday always comes two days before Easter Sunday.
But do you know the story behind the Good Friday celebration and why it is called “Good Friday” or “Good Friday”?
Good Friday commemorates Passion – Passion, the story of the crucifixion of Jesus Christ in Calvary. They believe that Friday is the day of Jesus Christ’s death. And after 2 days, Jesus is reborn and resurrected. The day is also known as Easter Sunday.
Although the exact date of the death of Jesus Christ has been the subject of much debate, scholars of the Bible agree that it came between 30-33AD on a Friday, or near Passover.
According to the Bible, Jesus shared the Last Supper with his disciples, which is now known as Mandy Thursday.
Then Judas Iscariot, a follower of Jesus Christ, betrays Jesus. He reveals to the Roman soldiers the place of Jesus Christ in return for 30 pieces of silver.
The four canonical gospels of the New Testament, Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John all conclude with a detailed account of Jesus’ arrest and his eventual death.
Jesus Christ first faces trial in the Jewish judicial body in the Sanhedrin. Although Jewish authorities found him guilty of the blasphemy of Jesus Christ as the Son of God, Pilate was not convinced that his crimes were worthy of death.
However, the Roman leader Pilate, impressed by the mob, agrees to crucify Jesus. The Bible says that Jesus took six hours to die on the cross in Calvary outside Jerusalem: “My God, my God, why did you abandon me?” As he ended his life with the famous words.
Why is it called Good Friday?
It is thought that Christians commemorate Jesus’ death at least as early as the fourth century as part of the holy week of Easter.
Also, a serious matter such as death was celebrated in the late 13th century with the upbeat name Good Friday.
Still, there is still some controversy about the name. Some people call it “God’s Friday” or “God’s Friday”. Also, go to “God’s Friday” and say “Good Friday”. And other experts say that the adjective ” good ” is simply used to denote any holy day the church celebrates.
But for non-Christians, there is no doubt why it can be considered a good day: because this is the beginning of a long weekend. It is considered a government and bank holiday in many countries, including India and the UK.