Holy Saturday: Embracing the Silence 🕊️

Holy Saturday: Embracing the Silence 🕊️

As we approach the culmination of Holy Week, I invite you to pause and reflect on the significance of this day: Saturday, the day of silence.

In the midst of the anticipation of Resurrection Sunday, Saturday often gets overshadowed, yet it holds its own profound meaning in our faith.

On this day, we find the disciples in a state of mourning and confusion, grappling with the loss of their beloved teacher and the shattered expectations of their Messiah. It was a day of uncertainty, doubt, and fear, as they waited in the silence between the crucifixion and the resurrection.

But even in the silence, there is a lesson to be learned.

Saturday reminds us of the importance of trusting in God's timing, even when we cannot see or understand His plan. It is a reminder that sometimes, in the stillness and darkness of our lives, God is at work in ways we cannot perceive.

As we wait in hopeful anticipation of Resurrection Sunday, let us take this opportunity to surrender our doubts and fears to God, trusting that just as He brought light out of darkness on that first Sunday, He can bring hope and redemption into our lives today.

May the silence of Saturday deepen our appreciation for the miracle of Resurrection Sunday and renew our faith in the power of God's love and grace.

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  • Charlotte Bryant -

    Your Creative Work reflects the Awesome Gift Yahweh has bestowed upon you for blessing so many. Thank You for fulfilling your Assignment here on Earth!

  • Beatriz Lugo -

    Thank you for sharing your thoughts but also your talents. I am always looking forward to see what you have created. Hope one day I could have one of your originals! May be God continue to bless you with those talents!

  • Kaye -

    The most wonderful night!
    Praise God for the gift He has given you and you sharing with us.
    Thank you, Jesus for going to the cross for us.

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