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Good Friday – 21 March 2008
For Churches using the Gregorian calendar to calculate the date of
Easter (Resurrection Day), today is Good Friday – the Friday before
Easter that commemorates the crucifixion of Jesus at Calvary.
Isn’t it ironic that so many people, who consider themselves to be
“good Christians” and believe that Jesus was the final sacrifice,
continue to have animals sacrificed for their own lust and pride?
Instead of being truly loving and hearing the cries of suffering
animals, they turn a deaf ear, just as those who said “crucify Him,
I found this beautiful poem in our old book of religious poetry
published in 1926. It was written by James Cowden Wallace, an Englishman
who wrote many hymns.
By James Cowden Wallace
(1793 – 1841)
There is an Eye that never sleeps
Beneath the wing of night;
There is an Ear that never shuts
When sink the beams of light.
There is an Arm that never tires
When human strength gives way;
There is a Love that never fails
When earthly loves decay.
That Eye unseen o’erwatcheth all;
That Arm upholds the sky;
That Ear doth hear the sparrows call;
That Love is ever nigh.
For a collection of poetry and stories, visit:
No! I see all the beauty of God's creation and I'm joyful. At the
same time, I see all the suffering and corruption going on in the
world, and feel called to help expose and end it so that we may have true
peace and compassion.
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