God made everything the wrong way round on one day to put everything to right way round in eternity. Creative watercolour illustrations and a thoughtful script will help all ages understand what happened when Jesus died.
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God made everything the wrong way round on one day to put everything to right way round in eternity.
The day Jesus died, everything was the wrong way round. The sky went dark in the middle of the day, all Jesus' friends betrayed him and a judge found an innocent man guilty.
So why do we call it Good Friday? Was there more going on?
Our world is broken, our hearts are imperfect and we were separated from God. But Jesus' death reversed everything! Good Friday was the wrong way round so our world could be fixed, imperfect people could be saved and we can be reunited with God - forever. A great video to show at Easter
Creative watercolour illustrations and a thoughtful script will help all ages understand what happened when Jesus died.
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Tiarne came to know Jesus as a teenager, and now attends the Anglican Parish of Lithgow with her husband, Scott, and two children. She enjoys time spent being creative- particularly painting with watercolours and graphic design.
Mark has known Jesus since childhood & has had the privilege of serving Christ in the city & country, on both sides of the globe (Australia & Ireland). Supported by his wife & 5 children, he’s been the Rector of the Anglican Parish of Lithgow since 2012.
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