Christians all around the world observe Good Friday with respect and humility. On this day Christians commemorate the act of Jesus’ sacrifice. It is observed differently throughout Christian community of different regions with their tradition and cultures. Good Friday is the Last Friday of Holy Week before Easter Sunday. Christians fast and mourn on this day, processions are held in streets, churches do a three-hour sermon and one important tradition is the exchange of Good Friday messages.
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Good Friday Decorations and Traditions Ideas
Some Christians are joyous rather than being mournful as this terrible day led to Jesus resurrection 3 days ahead of Easter, while others say The name ‘Good Friday’ was given by Roman Church in the 6th-7th century, before that it was called ‘Holy’ or ‘Great’ Friday. The ‘Good’ in Good Friday comes from old English when Good meant Holy. Good Friday is also known as Black Friday or Holy Friday.
Good Friday marks as the day of Jesus’ crucifixion on the cross where Jesus sacrificed His life for mankind’s sins after betrayal from Judas, which helped High Priest, reach his goal of greeting rid of Jesus Christ. He falsely accused Jesus of claiming to be Jewish King and Blasphemy against King. Jesus was then beaten and nailed to a cross, where Jesus was left to die.
Good Friday decorations:
- No matter what the occasion, if there’s a social gathering, decorations are important, because it shows how much heart you put in that important day
- Gathering on occasions like Good Friday are very common among Friends and Families, but how do you observe a day f there are no Good Friday Decorations.
- Taking out a little time to show you believe is important and what’s more good the celebrating with decorations.
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