Last night in reviewing the answers to what is wrong with the word no? Someone had said that it ‘puts a barrier between you and the person for the future.’ No one can deny that at times there might be awkwardness if you ask someone to take a closer look at Christ and they say no. But does it always put a barrier between you and them, and even if it does, is that the end? The disciples found themselves with a barrier in front of them on Holy Saturday. They had seen their master and Lord crucified on the Friday, they felt crushed, disappointed, and rejected. The barrier of rejection felt final. But the surprise was that on the other side of the barrier was hope! We all have Holy Saturday’s those barriers in life which seem to stop everything, but never stop hoping. Invite someone to take a closer look at Christ and his church.