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Good Friday is a religious holiday observed by Christians commemorating the crucifixion of Jesus Christ and his death at Calvary. The holiday is observed during Holy Week as part of the Paschal Triduum on the Friday preceding Easter Sunday. Passion and Death of our Lord Jesus Christ on the Cross. There are crosses in churches and many Christians wear a cross on a chain. At Easter people eat hot cross buns which have a cross shape on the top. The church is left dark and there is just a simple cross on the altar. It is known as Good Friday because Christians believe that Jesus gave up his life for the good of everyone Good Friday is a sad day and churches never have flowers or decorations on this day.
e did not seek the fast and easy way out of suffering, but that he held on to life and pain until
you and I were cleansed from sin, and saved.
But we will only be saved from sin
 if we truly regret our wicked acts, do what little we can to repair the damages we made through our sin,

and cry unto the Lord for mercy.
Think for a moment how he kept his life
 under the worst pain imaginable,
 just so that he should be able to save
Do you think that he is inclined to listen when we
 cry unto him?
The answer should be easy, knowing that Jesus
 gave his life!