Good Friday, two days before Easter Sunday, is a holiday honored by many Christian sects (including Catholics). This is the day traditionally assumed to be the day of Jesus's crucifixion. So why on earth is it called GOOD?
The term incorporates an older usage of the word good that meant pious or holy. But I find other layers of meaning, too. My image below shares one of them.
Jesus went through with it for our good, our happiness. He was our only hope, and He did not fail us.
Truly, this dark Friday brought incalculable light and good to all of us.