There’s a holy hush over the earth. Christians and non-Christians, alike, are darkening church doors to pay reverence for the most famous death in history, a death that split time and created a new religious movement.
“Faith without works is dead.” (James 2:17) As a Christian, this verse has always left me a bit squirmy in my seat, I mean, we have Grace, the free gift of eternal life from God.
We are human. We can feel. We can see. We can touch. We can laugh. We can love. We are these amazing creatures of self-awareness, and yet we cut each other down, we cut ourselves down.