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Black Saturday Prayer & Meditation

BLACK SATURDAY PRAYER – Here is a prayer for Christians this Black Saturday, April 3, 2021, as the Holy Week is observed.

Today, Christians across the globe are observing the Holy Week which includes the Holy Thursday, the Good Friday, and the Black Saturday. It is a week of commemorating the passion of the Lord Jesus Christ.

Christians believe that the Son of God was sent to save the people from sins. He suffered and died on the Cross to free the people from the bondage of sins.

During the Holy Thursday, the Last Supper or the Passover Meal is commemorated. It is the last meal shared by Jesus Christ and His disciples. It is where the Eucharist was established – the bread and wine as the body and blood of the Son of God.

Black Saturday Prayer

During the Good Friday, Christians commemorate the sufferings and death of Jesus Christ. He wore a crown of thorns, was hurt, and carried a huge cross up to Mount Calvary. The Son of God died – and His death is commemorated on Black Saturday.

Black Saturday Prayer

Oh Lord Jesus Christ, the Son of God Who came down from Heaven to free the world from sins, we mourn Your death but we are thankful for Your great love that gave us a new start. We are deeply sorry for the pains that the sins of mankind has caused You – the crown of thorns, the cross, the death. You don’t deserve any of those but Your love could not be stopped by anything nor anyone – just like the Father’s great love for the people. Please continue to instill in us love, humility, and faith that nothing can tremble.

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