Good Friday 2021: This year, Christians all over the world are going to observe ‘Good Friday’ on April 2 i.e. tomorrow. The festival does not have a fixed date and is calculated by determining the date for Easter according to ‘paschal full moon’ (Pascha is an Aramaic word for Passover which is a Jewish festival).
Good Friday is observed as a commemoration of the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. Christians world over remember His sacrifice by spending the day fasting and attending church services.
The ‘good’ in Good Friday is a debated term. ‘Good’ is used to denote holy or just a corruption of ‘God’s Friday’. According to the Christian faith, Jesus on this day took away the world’s sins along with him to heaven.
Here are some of the messages and wishes you can share with your loved ones on the occasion of Good Friday 2021:
Mercy, peace and love. May the grace and Lord surround and be with you on Good Friday.
May your faith in the god, bring peace to your heart & New hope in your life. May God Always bless You! – Have a Blessed GOOD FRIDAY!
I’m praying to Lord that he keeps you safe always and surrounds your life with eternal love and happiness. Wishing you a Holy Good Friday!
On This Holy Day
May His Light Guide Your Path
May His Love Grace Your Heart
And May His Sacrifice Strengthen
Your Soul! GOOD FRIDAY
I pray to Lord for you, He gives you blessings, shines upon you, on this Holy Day or May he always keeps in his loving care.” -Happy Good Friday
- He bore it all in silence Because He held us, dear May, He receive our regards May our Prayers he hears… Have a Blessed Good Friday!
- On this holy Good Friday, I wish nothing but best for you. May Jesus Christ born again in our heart and you will always be loved and protected by him.
- May the glory of our Savior strengthen you and may His graces shine upon you on Good Friday and always!
- May the love of Jesus fill your heart with heavenly bliss and holy desires for now and forever. Wishing you a Holy Good Friday my friend!
- Mercy Peace and Love. May the grace and Lord surround you and be with you on Good Friday.