Jesus died yesterday on the cross, crucified for all of those who would come to Him. He defeated death for us. He took our sins upon Himself to free us through grace through faith. No one can come to the Father except the Son. And no one can know the Father without the Son. 1 John 2:15 1 John 2:22,1 John 4:14, 2 John 1:9, John 1:12-13, John 6:44, John 6:65 John 5:18, John 5:17-30, John 10:24, John 14:6 Matthew 10:32-33, Matthew 11:27, Luke 10:22
Seven of our local Christian bible believing churches came together worshiping Jesus. The beautiful praising voices rocked the whole block. We are not those that have a stumbling block in Jesus. We are those that will meet Him in the sky when he comes for us. We are always waiting and watching.
We sang Jesus Paid The Highest Price
Poor and lowly as I am, helpless as a wond-‘ring lamb. All but lost without a fold; my waywardness has left me cold. As shadows fall a voice draws near, it stirs my heart, expels my fear. Tis Jesus Christ, the Shepherd King, come to pay the price for me. Bleeding Shepherd sacrificed, thou hast paid to high a price to reach and save the weak and small, and wrap your arms around them all. When love laid down upon the cross, Hope sprang up, called out to us. Sin’s great debt was satisfied, Jesus paid the Highest price.
Mountains high and valleys low your voice has led me through them all. With ever mile, my hunger grows to be with you before your throne. Where I will see you face to face, my scars and sorrows then erase. All because my Shepherd King came and paid the price for me.
Music by David M. Edwards and Regi Stone, arranged by Russell Mauldin, copyright 2005 Mercy Seat Music.
And What Kind of Love.
For God so loved the world that he gave his only Son, so whoever believes in Jesus shall not perish but have everlasting life. What kind of love is this, what kind of love is this that the God who made the universe would become someone like me? What kind of love, what kind of love is this that he sacrificed his life so we could be forever free. That’s the love of God.
Words and Music by David Baroni arranged by Stephanie Hall copyright 2007 King, Inc.