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“The Torn Curtain and the Cross of Jesus Christ,” a sermon preached by Rev. Conrad De Silva on Good Friday, March 29th, at AOG Bethany Colombo 10 during the 3:00 PM Sinhala service, delved into the profound symbolism of the torn curtain at the moment of Jesus Christ’s crucifixion. This powerful imagery, found in multiple Gospel accounts, symbolizes the access believers now have to God’s presence through the sacrificial death of Jesus on the cross. Rev. De Silva likely expounded on the significance of the torn curtain as a symbol of the removal of barriers between humanity and God, made possible by Christ’s ultimate sacrifice. The sermon would have emphasized the centrality of the cross in Christianity and its transformative impact on believers’ lives, inviting the congregation to reflect on the depth of God’s love and the redemption offered through Jesus’ death and resurrection.