Good Friday

meat      bbq

 

 

 

The smell of the slow-roasting meat wafted through the neighborhood once more on my traditional Easter BBQ. It’s been a satisfactory joy to explain to my friends the meaning of the lamb of the first Passover and a pleasant experience to have people over to spend a day off together.

venid-y-celebradThen at night we went to church and presented our program with many participants of different age groups. The choir sang seven songs of proclamation, acclamation, exaltation and celebration while the actors performed.  For me it was a true day of jubilee because I had many friends around, many of my students took part in various ways to make this event happen, many came to church for the first time and the amazing story of our redemption was told again. I could say that the arduous hours of work and practice were all worth it, that the outcome was fulfilling and that the message is exceptional. I could say that  it was a Good Friday.con-nico            cuartetodecuatro

 

 

 

 

 

praying     But he was pierced for our transgressions,
       he was crushed for our iniquities;
       the punishment that brought us peace was upon him,
       and by his wounds we are healed. ” Isaiah 53:5

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  1. I’m sure this time was a blessing for many.

  2. Querido Andrés:
    * ¡Hmmmmmmm! hasta acá me llegó la ricura de ese BBQ
    * Qué linda manera de festejar la pascua
    * ¡Qué guapo te ves para el evento!
    * Me hubiese gustado escuchar esos cantos.
    Saludos hermanito.
    p.d.)- ¿Qué es “cranear”? ¡ilústrame amigo!

  3. Gracias Andrés por rellenarme mis vacíos culturales, aunque me lo había imaginado, pero no me gusta irme chueco, ja,ja,ja.
    Oye, al mirar de nuevo a las damas con sus lucesitas o velitas, me hizo recordar a las damas de por acá, cuando cantamos en varias ocasiones con velas.
    Saludos.


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