Now I See

Perhaps you can identify with Mark. Perhaps there have been many times where you felt like you had fallen short and that nothing you did could ever make up for it. You may have asked how God could still love someone who has made so many mistakes and is so imperfect.

Jesus’ love for us is shown through His death on the cross and today, as we wait for His resurrection and light, He invites us to walk with more faith and trust in Him. We invite you to pray with the reflections for today. As we continue to hope and wait upon the Lord, let us remember how He loves us so unconditionally, even to the point of dying for us.

For Holy Saturday reflection materials visit https://oyp.org.sg/project-living-hol…

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Directed by: Amanda Choo
Performed by: School of Witness 2020 (SOW2020) Participants
Filmed by: Saint Max Pte Ltd

 

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