Are joy and peace beyond our reach? “Servant Song” meditates on how Jesus’s life, death and resurrection bring life and hope to our brokenness.
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A Good Friday spoken word poem
Can our wounded world be saved? Are joy and peace beyond our reach? Can there be freedom for those enslaved? An end to tears and shame? These might be some of the questions that we ask ourselves as we look at the world around us.
In this poem written for Good Friday, Dai Hankey invites us to "behold the lamb, slaughtered for us" and to recognise that it was "for our crimes he was crushed/ It should blow our minds that God loves us this much."
Through his death and resurrection, Jesus brings us real hope; he is the Saviour who comes to bind up broken hearts. "Once we were famished, now we are fed. Once we were lost, now we are led."
It's all because this suffering servant was the one who came not to be served but to serve. "To seek and to save. By Grace our names are engraved on the palms of the hands of the servant who saves."
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UCCF: The Christian Unions is made up of over 200 Christian Unions representing 20,000 Christian students from all sorts of church backgrounds and denominations. Their aim is to give every student in Britain an opportunity to hear about Jesus.
Dai Hankey is a church-planting Pastor in the Welsh Valleys where he lives with his wife Michelle and four young children. He is the author of The Hard Corps, A Man's Greatest Challenge and the Eric says… series.
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