Nicole Page-Smith, 2015
Christ died for the love of the people and sacrificed his love for God. The Crucifixion of Christ is to remind those of the pain and suffering of God. Christ knew of no Sin and had committed no Evil or crime. Christ suffered for the Sin of the people. God wanted every Holy Week that followed to be a reminder of the pain of Christ for suffering the Sin of the people. Christ died on the Cross and this was the day of the end of the world. It was the end of a conflict of religious belief and Christianity was born of the Saviour. Christ was born again and Resurrected on Holy Day, the day of the Cross. Christ died for our Sin so it would never be repeated on the most Holy Day of the Christian calendar, another act of treason, so Evil. Infinity will be reached by eternity. The eternal love of God will be reached at the end of time. Christ took us there, to the end of time.