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Seeing the G.O.O.D. in Good Friday

The Anglican Bishop of the Diocese of The Bahamas and Turks and Caicos Islands is admonishing Christians to see the good in Good Friday.

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NASSAU, BAHAMAS – This Good Friday, Christians around the world are pausing to observe the death of Christ. While today is a day of penance and sorrow, the Bishop of the Diocese of The Bahamas and Turks and Caicos Islands is admonishing Christians to see the good in Good Friday. ¸



Bishop Laish Boyd, noting that although Jesus died on Good Friday and it is a solemn occasion, there is still some good in the day. He says Christians can unpack this day in four ways, specifically using the four letters of the word “good”.

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – This Good Friday, Christians around the world are pausing to observe the death of Christ. While today is a day of penance and sorrow, the Bishop of the Diocese of The Bahamas and Turks and Caicos Islands is admonishing Christians to see the good in Good Friday. ¸



Bishop Laish Boyd, noting that although Jesus died on Good Friday and it is a solemn occasion, there is still some good in the day. He says Christians can unpack this day in four ways, specifically using the four letters of the word “good”.

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