Friday, April 22, 2011

Good Friday.
















These are 3D pictures of the Shroud of Turin..
to read about it Shroudtour.com
Many question how authentic it is, but I don't.

This to me is a picture of Christ and shows all the suffering He went through, by the marks left on the cloth..
In today's time, He is still being crucified..Many are trying to stop the Christmas season, His birth, and now they go after Easter, His death..but always remember He will come again.
Gee, I wonder what all the nay sayers will do then? Let nothing get in the way of your love of Him..Life is not easy and the only way to have Peace, is following His will..Not ours..

Sending Love and Blessings to All on this Holy Day..My prayer is...May we all learn to love one another..it doesn't matter what nationality/religion..we are ONE..

Till next time, keep looking up.

5 comments:

Bethe77 said...

Mum Rosre thank you for sharing this on Good Friday. A perfect reminder of His precious love for us and what He did so we might know Him and spend entrinty with Him in heaven.
Going to an Easter event this evening.
I so agree that this world is still crucifying Him this day.
Breaks my heart.
Blessings
Happy Easter
Blessing on this Good Friday

LindyLouMac in Italy said...

An appropriate post for Good Friday my friend. Happy Easter.

Jenn Flynn-Shon said...

We are taking time to relax on Easter and will have a chance to spend some time with family we otherwise rarely see. It will be very nice especially considering we'll be leaving soon and that time will be even further reduced.

I hope your weekend and especially your Easter Sunday is everything you wish for my friend. I send blessings right back to you!

Gloria said...

What a wonderful 3D photo, never saw that one before. Beautiful sentiment too, everyone needs reminding...isn't that what Easter wishes are for? I celebrated Good Friday/Earth Day yesterday with a mushroom omelet...thought it was fitting for both occasions. Yum.
Have a Happy Easter!
Smile today. :)

M.Kate said...

Dear CArolyn, you know I saw on Nat Geo this documentary, in fact I have been seeing so many documentaries for the past whole week, it's amazing. I do not doubt for a moment this shroud is the real deal. If you saw the show, they shown the face of Christ at the end. It was so unbelievable! I am sure you had a fun filled Easter...missing you. hugs/MK