Love Wins Good Friday Reflection
for the Community.
Modern Song Focus on Contemporary Church Artists
performing hymns of traditional foundation.
Everyone is Welcome!
Isaiah prophecies our mystery of faith. Christ has taken on our sins, He has died so that as we believe, we shall be saved. Christ is risen, death and the tomb can not hold him. Christ will come again!
Our psalm so eloquently and emotionally meets the emotional laden challenge of describing what we have come to believe. Yet in our daily human lives we relive the pain, anguish and torture that Jesus took on upon himself so that we may have life everlasting. Thank God the price is paid.
Hebrews 10 builds upon Jesus as our High Priest and the Son of God.
John eloquently and chronologically factually describes the mortal human torture Christ experiences taking on the sins of mankind. Thank you Jesus!
We like sheep have gone astray; we have all turned to our own way, and the LORD has laid on him the iniquity of us all. Is. 53:6.
My God, my God, why have you forsaken me? Why are you so far from helping me, from the words of my groaning? Ps. 22:1.
Jesus said to Peter, “Put your sword back into its sheath. Am I not to drink the cup that the Father has given me?” John 18:11.
We veil our faces before your glory,
O Holy and Immortal one,
and bow before the cross of your wounded Christ.
with angels and archangels,
we praise you, our Mercy,
and we bless you, our Compassion,
for in our brokenness
you have not abandoned us.
Hear us as we pray through Jesus, our high priest:
heal all division,
reconcile the estranged,
console the suffering,
and raise up to new life
all that is bound by death. Amen.
Were You There When They Crucified My Lord?
performed by Rethink Worship
In this holy time,
as we remember the sacrifice of the cross,
we offer the prayers of our hearts,
that through them we may be transformed
to be servants of justice, love and peace.
Make us steadfast witnesses of our Savior’s reign,
that we may live in the pattern of Christ,
who was faithful in all things,
and whose darkest hour gives light and hope. Amen.
Three Nails and a Cross
He was sitting on the front porch of a half-way house
Chainin’ cigarettes and drinkin’ coffee
I was walkin’ by on my way home
Stopped and said, hello, how are ya.
He looked at me and said, I’ve seen better days
I looked at him and said, there’s a better way.
on the cross
your Son embraced death
even as he had embraced life:
faithfully and with good courage.
Grant that we who have been
born out of his wounded side
may hold fast to our faith in him exalted
and may find mercy in all times of need. Amen.
We are all stewards spreading the Word of Jesus’ blessings for His people.
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