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AN EASTER PRAYER
Lord thank you for loving us more than life itself.
God, life is hard and uncertain. So much pain, hurt and heartache seems to surround us. And yet knowing this, You still willingly gave up your life and became God with us and God who rescues us.
Because of your sacrifice, we can spend eternity with you. There is no pain You cannot conquer, no hurt you cannot heal, and no life you cannot transform.
Your death and resurrection proved that nothing is impossible for You, and that we are more than conquerors because of You.
Today and every day, help us fix our hearts and minds on you. And as we do please give us more of your joy, hope, and peace.
We love you Lord and we want to worship You. Oh, my soul rejoice! Take joy my King in what you hear Let it be a sweet, sweet sound in your ear.
Palm Sunday Worship with Keith Scott
Loving Heavenly Father,
Your word says that you answer people when they call on Your name, and that You deliver them.
Right now we would ask that You will heal those who are sick or carrying the COVID-19 virus without knowing it. Heal them and protect those around them.
Provide a cure for the Coronavrius and heal our economy. Bring a quick and miraculous end to the darkness in our world. Whether Your healing comes today, next week, or next month, we believe that You will heal our world. And we will continue to praise You, even as we wait for answers. Please deliver us we pray.
In Jesus name
A PRAYER FOR CONNECTION
Being alone is hard. We were created for community, not confinement.
But we’re grateful that no matter how alone we may feel, You never leave us or forsake us. And we’re grateful for technology that helps us stay in touch with each other.
Today, please remind us that this time of social distancing and isolation will not last forever.
Give us the strength to endure this difficult season, and deepen our connection with You and Your people.
Empower us with an extra dose of your love, peace, hope and joy because we need it. Remind us of your promises and please heal our land.
In Jesus Name
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Scripture Reading One: Luke 19:28-48
The people expected Jesus to bring peace and rule as king in a way that they could understand. Jesus grieved over this because he knew they would suffer, and because he longed for them to see him as the true King through the suffering. Like Jesus, it’s okay to grieve over shattered expectations and suffering.
Scripture Reading Two: Isaiah 52:7-53:12
This passage proclaims that God himself is coming to rescue his people—and this is good news—but it will happen in a surprising way: God’s appointed one, the Messiah, will enter into the suffering and death of our world. There’s a lot of suffering and pain going on in our world right now. God enters into our suffering. He experiences it personally and is present with us and all those who suffer.
Scripture Reading Three: John 12:12-33
For Jesus, his suffering was the way God’s power and love should be shown to the world. The cross shows us that God’s ultimate response to human death and suffering was love: to die alongside us and for us, and to overcome death with his resurrection life. This is Jesus’ upside-down Kingdom.