In the midst of suffering despair, and even death, Easter hope is to be found beneath the layers of Good Friday grief. For one experiencing a tragedy or loss, a spiritual crisis, or emotional turmoil, the idea that hope can co-exist with such suffering is a hard truth to accept. However, as Silas Henderson, SDS, notes in this booklet, many have found comfort in the final words of Jesus as he hung upon the Cross. He reflects upon the seven statements, showing readers how, even in the darkest of moments, Christ’s touch can heal and bring them to life again.
By Silas Henderson, SDS