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Is Happy Good Friday A Correct Saying? by newmusic: 3:07pm On Apr 22, 2011
Just wondering, I heard someone said that today. Wanted to laugh but to take a deep thought.
Good Friday is a day to remember when Jesus was crucified, it is meant to be a bad day but was termed Good Friday to honour Him.

Yes on Sunday and Monday, we can say Happy Easter, but this Friday? ah!

So why is someone still saying Happy good friday? is it correct?

Re: Is Happy Good Friday A Correct Saying? by enitan2002(m): 4:22pm On Apr 22, 2011
what is so good about the friday?

A symbolic day that humans committed the heaviest sin on a divine being, a day when humans widen the gulf between divinity and spirituality,a day when despite all their atrocities tagged when their 'sins' were washed away due to their propensity for spiritual comfort, a day i will always like to reflect on in a sober mood wrapped up in a sack cloth, and they still have the gut to add 'good' to that Friday.
Re: Is Happy Good Friday A Correct Saying? by newmusic: 4:30pm On Apr 22, 2011
Brilliant reply.
btw I dont even have problem with Good Friday. How can people start saying Happy Good Friday again? Its really funny.
Re: Is Happy Good Friday A Correct Saying? by Image123(m): 5:46pm On Apr 22, 2011
see this link
Without good Friday, there'll be no happy Sunday or Monday. Friday was when Jesus paid for our sins. It was when He gave the devil a technical KNOCK OUT.

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