Welcome to this morning’s service! We’re glad to have you.
This week brings us to the three verses central to the Song of the Servant, which we have been looking at over the past few weeks. We have seen a Servant who is fundamentally surprising, a “homespun prophet,” as Pastor Bodner puts it, capable of great claims backed by astonishing power and yet wholly unqualified for greatness by human standards. The three verses in focus today will bring us to the meaning of this paradox, revealing the very heart of Christ’s work and its significance to sinful human beings.
First Song: Christ Our Hope in Life and Death
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“The soul that has learned the blessed secret of seeing God’s hand in all that concerns it, cannot be a prey to fear, it looks beyond all second causes, straight into the heart and will of God, and rests content, because He rules.”—Susannah Spurgeon