Prayer of the Day
Second Week of EasterApril 16th, 2015
It appears then that Jesus is the chief lawyer delivering the presentation of His case before the grand jury and the people. Let us remember that it is not Jesus who is on trial here. We are the ones on trial. With the presence of Jesus, we must make our personal decision, whether we accept Him or reject Him and His Gospel, we face the consequences, eternal life, or wrath of God. God shares everything with His Son, power, authority, wisdom and truthfulness. Christ could have dropped from Heaven and proclaimed the Gospel to the media straight away. Instead Christ was born of a woman, grew up in a human family, had rough hands and dirty feet, and shared our hopes and dreams. This is the most lovable and believable Jesus Christ.