This post is now a fourth annual event reserved for Good Friday. The original posting was on a Thursday a few years ago, and I was reflecting on the upcoming Good Friday. The story never really changes, but I find myself appreciating it more every year. Good Friday can slip by too easily amidst preparations for the celebration of Christ’s resurrection on Easter Sunday, but if we had not been gifted by what He did for us on Good Friday, the bunnies, plastic straw, and colored eggs would be all that matters. I hope those of you reading this again feel the increased appreciation for Good Friday as I have, and I welcome those of you here who are reading for the first time. Happy Easter!
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If you’re not a follower of Jesus Christ, this post may not be to your liking. I plug things like this into my primary blog because Living in Learning is intended to cover learning of all types. This post reveals a humbling learning moment I overlooked in a story we‘ve all heard regardless of our faith.