The week beginning on Palm Sunday and ending with the crucifixion of Christ focuses on the darkest period of history. Yet, throughout this passionate period, a light shines through the darkness: the hope of the resurrection.
These seven sacred days reveal the seriousness of sin and the price required to redeem us. Martin Luther called our tendency to do wrong so deep and horrible a corruption of nature that “no reason can comprehend it.” And Augustine wrote: “We are capable of every sin that we have seen our neighbor commit unless God’s grace restrains us.”
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