Hymn #20 --- Praise Him! Praise Him!
1) Praise Him! Praise Him! Jesus, our blessèd Redeemer!
Sing, O earth, His wonderful love proclaim!
Hail Him! hail Him! highest archangels in glory;
Strength and honor give to His holy Name!
Like a shepherd, Jesus will guard His children,
In His arms He carries them all day long:
Praise Him! Praise Him! tell of His excellent greatness.
Praise Him! Praise Him! ever in joyful song!
2) Praise Him! Praise Him! Jesus, our blessèd Redeemer!
For our sins He suffered, and bled and died.
He our Rock, our hope of eternal salvation,
Hail Him! hail Him! Jesus the Crucified.
Sound His praises! Jesus who bore our sorrows,
Love unbounded, wonderful, deep and strong:
3) Praise Him! Praise Him! Jesus, our blessèd Redeemer!
Heav’nly portals loud with hosannas ring!
Jesus, Savior, reigneth forever and ever;
Crown Him! crown Him! Prophet, and Priest, and King!
Christ is coming! over the world victorious,
Pow’r and glory unto the Lord belong:
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Hymn #26 --- Praise to the Lord, The Almighty
1) Praise to the Lord, the Almighty, the King of creation!
O my soul, praise Him, for He is thy health and salvation!
All ye who hear, Now to His temple draw near;
Join me in glad adoration!
2) Praise to the Lord, Who o'er all things so wondrously reigneth,
Shelters thee under His wings, yea, so gently sustaineth!
Hast thou not seen How thy desires e'er have been
Granted in what He ordaineth?
3) Praise to the Lord, who with marvelous wisdom hath made thee!
Decked thee with health, and with loving hand guided and stayed thee;
How oft in grief Hath He not brought thee relief,
Spreading His wings for to shade thee!
4) Praise to the Lord! O let all that is in me adore Him!
All that hath life and breath, come now with praises before Him!
Let the Amen Sound from His people again:
Gladly for aye we adore Him.
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Hymn #622 --- Thank You, Lord
Thank you, Lord, for saving my soul,
Thank you, Lord, for making me whole;
Thank you, Lord, for giving to me
Thy great salvation so rich and free.
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Remember Jesus #9
Matthew 27:26-31; Mark 15:15-20; Luke 23:25
Witnesses of the Cross
Nobody suffered as unjustly as Christ. The only perfect Man who ever lived was misunderstood by listeners, maligned by enemies, forsaken by family, betrayed by friends, abandoned by disciples, tortured by [soldiers], and executed by politicians. The only One in history with every right to lodge a complaint remained silent. The only Man who could have called on God to judge His enemies quietly endured undeserved judgment (2:23). And He did all of this not for Himself, but for us (2:24). (Swindoll, Insights on James and 1 & 2 Peter, 182.)
I. The Mocking of the Soldiers – Matthew 27:26–31; Mark 15:15-19
A. They Scourged Him
when he had scourged = beat with a whip, flog; to flagellate; the highest level of Roman beatings, which preceded execution. (Logos Bible Sense Lexicon)
Under the Roman method of “scourging,” the person was stripped and tied in a bending posture to a pillar, or stretched on a frame. The “scourge” was made of leather thongs, weighted with sharp pieces of bone or lead, which tore the flesh of both the back and the breast (cf. Ps. 22:17). Eusebius (Chron.) records his having witnessed the suffering of martyrs who died under this treatment. (Vine’s Complete Expository Dictionary of Old & New Testament Words, 550)
Tom Constable’s Expository Notes on the Bible – In His trials and crucifixion, Jesus’ underwent beatings that marred His physical appearance, but far more than that is in view in this description of Him. By saying that His appearance was marred more than any man and His form more than the sons of men, Isaiah was saying in a very strong way that His sufferings would be very great. (Tom Constable’s Expository Notes on the Bible)