The Darkest Time | Good Friday to Easter Sunday [Episode 146, April 20, 2019]

“The Darkest Time” – A Piano Instrumental for Good Friday and Easter Sunday

I recorded this solo piano improvisation on Saturday morning, April 20, 2019. This is the “in-between” dark time during the traditional Holy Week. Yesterday was Good Friday and Christians remember that as being when Jesus was crucified. Today is the second day, Saturday. Jesus’ body is in the tomb. The disciples are stunned. It’s the darkest time in history. Everything they’d hoped for vanished.

Did anyone still have hope?
Did anyone remember that He promised He would rise again?

I can only imagine how much sorrow, fear, and anguish the followers of Jesus Christ felt during this time. Yet, we know from the Bible and history that tomorrow, on the third day, the tomb will be empty and Jesus has risen.

My hope is that this interlude will be a part of your time of reflection on Jesus’ death, burial, and resurrection.




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