New Delhi, April 10: On the occasion of Good Friday today, PM Narendra Modi has greeted the entire nation today. He remembered the courage and sacrifice which Jesus made and how he devoted his life to serving others. In a tweet, he said, "Lord Christ devoted his life to serving others. His courage and righteousness stand out and so does his sense of justice. On Good Friday, we remember Lord Christ and his commitment to truth, service and justice."
Other politicians have also wished people on this day. Good Friday commemorates the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. Christians across the countries observe the day remembering the pain which Christ endured on the cross for the sins of people. This year, people have been advised to stay at homes and not to go to church, amid the nationwide lockdown which prohibits any kind of mass gatherings. Good Friday 2020 HD Images With Quotes: WhatsApp Messages, SMS And GIF Greetings to Send on the Day Commemorating Jesus' Crucifixion.
Check PM Narendra Modi's wish:
Lord Christ devoted his life to serving others. His courage and righteousness stand out and so does his sense of justice.
On Good Friday, we remember Lord Christ and his commitment to truth, service and justice.
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) April 10, 2020
Congress party also tweeted wishing people on this day and said that how Lord Christ's teachings of love, forgiveness and compassion must be inculcated by everyone to sail through this difficult time in which we are today.
Here's what Congress Party has wished:
— Congress (@INCIndia) April 10, 2020
Check Naveen Patnaik's tweet:
— Naveen Patnaik (@Naveen_Odisha) April 10, 2020
Here's what Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal has tweeted on Good Friday:
My greetings to all on the occasion of Good Friday. It is a day of prayer and to remember Lord Jesus' teachings of compassion, service and sacrifice.
— Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) April 10, 2020
Here's Suresh Prabhu's wish on the occasion of Good Friday:
— Suresh Prabhu (@sureshpprabhu) April 10, 2020
According to The Bible, Jesus was crucified on a cross along with two criminals on either side. He was betrayed into the hands of the Roman soldiers by one of his 12 disciples Judas Iscariot for merely 30 silver coins. Jesus was accused of blasphemy as he called himself the 'Son of God'. He was taken to four different courts a day before his death and as nothing was being told in his favour during the interrogation, he was sentenced to death. Hence, the crucifixion of Jesus is hence a day of mourning for Christians.
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