My Righteous Servant

Good morning, church. It’s good to be here.

These past few weeks, we’ve considered the Song of the Servant, written by the prophet Isaiah of the forthcoming Messiah. In the song, Isaiah details the need for salvation, and the suffering the Messiah will endure in order to secure it. We know from scripture that the Messiah written of is Jesus Christ, the Son of God. Today we climb the heights of human hope: the triumphant vindication of Christ our Saviour declared on Earth and decreed in Heaven.

Praise be to God for His inexpressible gift of mercy that holds us safe in any season!

First Song: The King in All His Beauty


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Second Song: My Hope is Built on Nothing Less


Scripture readings

Numbers 21:4-9
Mark 16:1-20
Isaiah 53:10-12

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Closing thought

Occasionally, weep deeply over the life that you hoped would be. Grieve the losses. Feel the pain. Then wash your face, trust God, and embrace the life that He’s given you.

—John Piper

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