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How are you observing Holy Week in your church? Palm Sunday: Holy Week begins with Palm Sunday. On Palm Sunday we remember when Jesus entered Jerusalem riding on a donkey and was welcomed by people waving palm branches and shouting “Hosanna!” Holy (Maundy) Thursday: … Continue reading
If worship begins with you or me, honestly it is going to be terrible worship: self-centered, egotistical, one huge “me-fest.” That may sound appealing, but in the long haul of life, such worship is boring, gasps for air, and is ultimately a dead end. We need something outside of us, and God supplies that very need in the Divine Service. Continue reading