Prayer Meditation for Good Friday


My Most Glorious and Suffering Lord, it is Your Hour.  It is the Hour by which You conquered sin and death.  It is the Hour for which You came into this world, taking on flesh so as to offer Your precious life for the salvation of the world.

May I be with You, dear Lord, in these moments of suffering and death.  May I, like Your Mother, John and Mary Magdalene, stand at the foot of the Cross, gazing upon the perfect Gift of Love.

My suffering Lord, may I see in Your Cross the most perfect act ever known in this world.  May I see Love in its most pure form.  May my eyes and soul look beyond the blood and pain and see Your Divine Heart, pouring forth Mercy upon me and upon the whole world.

Today I kneel in silent adoration of You, my God.  I sit quietly, beholding the great mystery of our faith.  I behold God, beaten, bruised, mocked, tortured and killed.  But in this act, I see all grace and Mercy flowing from Your wounded Heart.  Bathe the world in Your Mercy, dear Lord.  Cover us with Your grace and draw us to new life through Your death.  I love You, dear Lord.  I love You with all my heart.  Jesus, I trust in You.


Prayers:

Rosary – Sorrowful Mysteries (with Scripture)

Novena in preparation for Divine Mercy Sunday (First day of novena)

Other prayers appropriate for Good Friday:

Prayer Before the Crucifix

Prayer of Surrender

Prayer of Abandonment

Prayer for Those in Purgatory

Greater Love of God

Examination of Conscience

A Chaplet for the Mercy to Forgive Another

Litany of Humility

St. Faustina’s Litany of Divine Mercy

Trust in Divine Mercy

Prayer for the Year of Mercy

Chaplet of Divine Mercy


All Daily Reflections for Holy Week

Divine Mercy Reflections

40 Days at the Foot of the Cross