Carrying the cross from West Bay to East End

Mr. Williams carries the lightweight cross on his back.

One man took the message of Easter to the streets of Cayman Thursday when he strapped a crucifix to his back and walked from West Bay to East End.

Granville Williams walks through Savannah on his way to East End with his cross on Thursday. - Photo: Jewel Levy
Granville Williams walks through Savannah on his way to East End with his cross on Thursday. – Photo: Jewel Levy

Granville Williams, 42, a member of Light of the World Church strode through the districts of Grand Cayman with the cross on Maundy Thursday, which commemorates the day of the last supper and the day before Jesus was crucified.

The lightweight cross across Mr. Williams’s back featured a number of quotes from the Bible and other messages, including this passage from John 3:16, “For God so loved the world, he gave his only begotten son, that whosoever believeth in him shall not perish but have everlasting life.” The words on the cross also called for unity among all nations and church organizations.

Mr. Williams said he picked up the cross to carry after getting a prophetic word from God to pray for the youth, marriages and the islands.

“The cross is a reminder of what Jesus carried for us,” he said.

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