The Seven Last Words A Tradition Within The Black Church Community!


Reader, the last seven words of Christ services has been a long-standing tradition within the mostly black church community. Once again, "The Seven Last Words" program will be hosted by “the word network” live  April 14, 2017, at Empowerment Temple Church in Baltimore MD.


Featuring preach “Blackman” himself Pastor Jamal Bryant, Bishop W.Darin Moore, Dr. Anthony Chandler, Sr, Dr. TL. Penny, Pastor Johnteris D. Tate, Pastor Kevin Adams, and Pastor Welton T. Smith IV. Doors open at 6:30 pm. It’s Going To Be Epic.

Christ Jesus died on the Cross to redeem mankind, to save us from our sins because of his love for us. As recorded in the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John in the Holy Bible, Jesus Christ was mocked, scorned, and tortured in the praetorium. He carried his cross up the Via Dolorosa in Jerusalem to Calvary, was nailed to the Cross and hung between two common criminals, and suffered an indescribable end, recalled by the Church on Good Friday of Holy Week.
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  1. Yes. It is a tradition. But why ? Could any reader answer my question. I am Christian and we celebrate the Passover but not Good Friday nor Easter. Cause rabbits don't lay eggs chickens do. Easter is a pagan holiday it doesn't have anything do with Jesus . We know that he lives and that he shed his blood for our sins. But easter isn't about him. Look it up. IJS

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  2. You 100% correct.

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  3. AS A CHRISTIAN I STRONGLY FEEL THAT IT IS A DISGRACE IN GOD'S EYE'S. THAT WE SHOULDN'T REFER A PAGAN HOLIDAY EASTER AS A CHRISTIAN HOLIDAY.BECSUSE IT ISN'T. JESUS CHRIST RESURRECTION SHOULD BE CELEBRATED EVERYDAY.NOT JUST ONCE A YEAR. BUT IF YOU WANT TO MAKE A SPECFIC SUNDAY CALL IT RESURRECTION SUNDAY NOT EASTER. JESUS CHRIST RESURRECTION DEMONSTRATES THAT WE CAN INDEED BE PROMISED.AN ETERNAL HOME IN HEAVEN BY RECEIVING JESUS AS OUR SAVIOR. YES LORD!!!

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