Jesus Christ Passion play: Crucifixion in Trafalgar Square – Wintershall 2015
Hallelujah Jesus is risen!. O Death where is your sting, O Hades where is your Victory? 1 Corinthians 15:55-57
Jesus is risen, the stone the builders rejected, became the Chief cornerstone!. Today we celebrate the resurrection of our Lord who died that we might have life, we are saved and redeemed by the Blood of the Lamb, Jesus Christ of Nazareth!.
Every Easter weekend in Trafalgar Square an acting cast of over 100 actors and actress, young and old, including, horses, donkeys, dress up in biblical historical clothes to recreate the last 3 days of Jesus Christ on earth from His trial to His triumph in Resurrection. Last year 2014 was my first time to witness the play which was very emotional bringing the suffering of Jesus, His Crucifixion on the cross alive, it caused me to revalue my walk with Christ and to appreciate Him the more.
|Passion Play in Trafalgar Square|
This year on Good Friday 3rd April 2015 @12noon, I will be taking my family along with friends to see what we have been reading in the bible and kids hear in Sunday school come alive!, putting a picture to their imagination.
As a Christian, I will like to encourage you, whether you are a believer or not to use the opportunity to take your family, to witness a time in history come alive for 2 hours, remember it is a free event and over 20,000 congregated on Trafalgar square last year, so better to get there early. Check their website for details.
Taking this opportunity to also wish you a Happy Easter!, remember that death has been swallowed in victory and that Jesus died that we might have Life, He is our hope, no matter what you are going through it is not unto death, but just temporal for a season, just hold on to Jesus and He will bring you through the storm.
After all people the Pharisees thought it was the end of Him by nailing Him on the cross, who could believe that it was the beginning of a life, He rose from the dead.
Be hopeful in Christ, stay strong, for your joy is just round the corner, for morning to come forth, their has to be darkness first!.
Hallelujah! Christ is risen!