Celebrating the Completed Work of Christ: WOA Global Churches Commemorate Good Friday

Good Friday

As Good Friday dawns upon the world, marking the solemn remembrance of the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, World Olivet Assembly Global Churches stands united in celebration, commemorating the victorious work accomplished on the cross. At the heart of this observance lies the profound truth encapsulated in the words of John 19:30, "It is finished." These words echo through the corridors of time, proclaiming the culmination of Christ's redemptive mission and the fulfillment of God's divine plan for salvation.

In the bustling congregations of WOA Global Churches, believers gather with hearts filled with gratitude and reverence to reflect on the profound significance of Good Friday. It is a day marked not by despair but by triumph, as Christians around the world acknowledge the ultimate sacrifice made by Jesus Christ for the atonement of humanity's sins.

John 19:30 serves as a cornerstone of faith for WOA Global Churches, reminding believers of the profound truth that the work of salvation is complete. These three simple words spoken by Jesus before drawing his last breath on the cross encapsulate the entirety of the Gospel message - that through His death and resurrection, humanity has been offered the gift of eternal life.

In commemorating Good Friday, WOA Global Churches emphasizes the universality of this amazing grace. Regardless of background, ethnicity, or circumstance, the offer of salvation extends to all who believe in the finished work of Christ. It is a message of hope and redemption that transcends boundaries and transforms lives.

The significance of Good Friday extends beyond mere historical remembrance; it is a call to personal reflection and spiritual renewal. It beckons believers to contemplate the depth of God's love demonstrated through Christ's sacrifice and to respond with gratitude and devotion.

For the congregants of WOA Global Churches, Good Friday serves as a poignant reminder of the central tenet of their faith - that salvation is not earned through human effort or merit but is freely given through faith in Jesus Christ. It is a message of liberation from the bondage of sin and the assurance of reconciliation with God.

As the world pauses to remember the events of that fateful day on Calvary's hill, WOA Global Churches stands as a beacon of hope, proclaiming the transformative power of the cross. In the words of John 19:30, "It is finished," believers find solace, assurance, and joy, knowing that through Christ, victory over sin and death has been secured for all eternity.