Category Archives: Good Friday

Jesus, Greatest at the Table

1.         Jesus, greatest at the table           The almighty Son of Man,                Laid aside His outer clothing,           Poured some water in a pan;        … Continue reading

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“Stricken, Smitten, and Afflicted” by Fernando Ortega

“Greater love has no one than this, that he lay down his life for his friends” (John 15:13)

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O Sacred Head, Now Wounded — Fernando Ortega

May you have a faith-enriching Good Friday as you contemplate the love Jesus Christ has for you as revealed so clearly in his death on the cross for the sin of all people. The prophet Isaiah foretold of Jesus, “Surely … Continue reading

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When I Survey the Wondrous Cross

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Worthy is the Lamb — Hillsong

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When I Survey the Wondrous Cross (The MS Baptist All-State Youth Choir and Orchestra)

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The Bible — A Five Part Miniseries is Coming to the History Channel on 3.3.13

“Go!” has promoted this Bible miniseries in a previous posting but in case you didn’t see that posting, here it is again! The Bible will be an effective tool to encourage people to read and study the Bible. The Bible … Continue reading

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Filling in the Blanks on “Witness”: God Raised Jesus from the Dead

Jeffrey Gibbs, in the Concordia Journal (Spring 2012:112-214), comments on the word “witness” in light of evidence that he uncovers in the Book of Acts.  Gibbs notes that much of the preaching that he hears from Lutheran pulpits lacks focus … Continue reading

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Christ is Risen — Matt Maher

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The Easter Song by GLAD “He Is Risen! Alleluia!”

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