A journey to the cross is a journey to repentance. It’s a journey to deep personal change. Will you take this journey with me?

Five in the afternoon, Friday, April 7
The centurion Marcus Longinus leaves Golgotha with the blood of Christ on his hands.

A brisk rubbing of my hands removed the dried blood, the visible stains.
The shadows were already getting long. But then, the very fact that there were shadows bothered me. It was as though normal had returned. After storm and cloud, and black of night in mid afternoon, we were back to a typical sunny, spring day.
But the ground had shifted within. There had been a double quake. Within me, normal could not be found.
Seeing Jesus crucified had completely overturned my inner world. What troubled me most was that I now knew who he was—who he really was. But I knew it too late.


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