I have been reading the blogs of many of my blogging friends today and have been consumed in the remembrance of Christ’s crucifixion on a hill far away. I don’t often do linking posts, in fact I am never sure that I have done one for just that purpose, but this is a day of firsts for me anyway.
Some of the other bloggers who are frequent commenters here have reflections on today as well.
Steve, of theoldadam renown, has some great words about the traditional Good Friday service and what it means as well as why it isn’t observed as much anymore. Really good stuff for folks like me who have never been much a part of Good Friday before.
Another internet buddy, Joe, over at MayHeIncrease, has been running a series all week leading up to the crucifixion and has a great post with a lot of information today as well.
And if you still have time to kill or just want more stuff to read or listen to, I have posted the sermon audio from tonight’s Good Friday service at our church. Also, I have contributed a new post over at SBC Voices about the cultural traditions of Easter and Christmas versus the biblical example of each.