Only in the counterintuitive mind of a holy and gracious Father would the sacrificial death of a Son be considered good. Only when the objects of that Father's love and the Son's sacrifice were indescribably bad would they need something so good. Only when the Son wanted to secure for his Father many sons and daughters would he do something so good. Yet, these things are exactly what we remember when we celebrate Good Friday. We celebrate a Savior who "did not come to be served but to serve and to give his life as a ransom for many."
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