Daily Reflection (Good Friday)

Good Friday

Dydd Gwener y Groglith

It has been the tradition, over the last few years for many of us to walk with the cross, from Caerhun, in the Conwy Valley, into the heart of Conwy town itself. This is like no other year. So, Reverend David Parry took up the cross alone, and walked from Conwy to the hilltop, ancient church of Llangelynnin. By sharing this reflection, his pilgrimage becomes ours too, as together we mark Dydd Gwener y Groglith – the day of crucifixion – Good Friday.

Click here to read the transcript of this message.
“Jesus personally carried our sins in his body on the Cross
so that we can be dead to sin and live for what is right.
By his wounds you are healed.
Once you were like sheep who wandered away.
But now you have returned to your Shepherd, the Guardian of your souls.”
1 Peter 2:24-25 New Living Translation © Tyndale House Foundation

“Cariodd ein pechodau ni yn ei gorff ar y pren,
er mwyn i ni, a’n pechodau wedi mynd, allu byw i wneud beth sy’n iawn.
Dych chi wedi cael eich iacháu am ei fod e wedi’i glwyfo!
Roeddech chi’n arfer bod fel defaid wedi mynd ar goll,
ond dych chi bellach wedi dod yn ôl at y Bugail sy’n gofalu amdanoch chi.”

1 Pedr 2: 24-25 Beibl.net © Gobaith i Gymru

Prayer
Christ crucified draw you to himself;
the sure ground of faith,
the firm support for hope
and the assurance of sins forgiven
and the blessing of God Almighty,
the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit
be among you and remain with you always.  Amen.

Gweddi
Bydded i’r Crist croeshoeliedig
eich tynnu ato ef ei hun,
sy’n sylfaen ddiogel ffydd,
yn gynhaliwr cadarn gobaith
ac yn sicrwydd maddeuant pechodau
a bendith Duw Hollalluog, y Tad, y Mab a’r Ysbryd Glân
a fo yn eich plith ac a drigo gyda chwi yn wastad.  Amen.


Click here for previous daily reflections from our Ministry Team.

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