A blessed Good Friday 2024

Dear friends and Prayer Partners

The crucifixion of Christ symbolizes the great depth of God’s love for us and the ultimate act of Christ’s obedience to selflessly lay down His life, enduring immense suffering and humiliation to offer us the gift of salvation.

“Father, if it is Your will, take this cup away from Me; nevertheless not My will, but Yours be done.” Luke 22:42.

On this Good Friday, we are invited to turn our hearts toward the cross and reflect on the significance of this day and God’s redemptive plan. Just as Jesus’s arms were stretched out on that cross, today His arms are wide open to welcome us as His children. May we willingly turn to repentance and be filled with gratitude for God’s tremendous love and grace towards us.

We bring you a session from our Passion Series where I share a teaching on the Passover Seder meal and then on the Crucifixion in the tranquil setting of the Garden Tomb in Jerusalem. May you and your family have a blessed Good Friday filled with reflection, gratitude, and the hope of resurrection.

Blessings from Jerusalem

Dr. Jürgen Bühler

President, International Christian Embassy Jerusalem