Since Ash Wednesday we’ve been journeying through Romans 8, and it’s all coming to a head in just over two week on Easter Sunday. This week you’ll hear the penultimate sermon in our Romans series during our yearly Palm Sunday service.
Palm Sunday, also known as Passion Sunday, marks the day of Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem, during which throngs of supporters laid palm leaves before him and shouted “Hosanna – blessed is He who comes in the name of the Lord.”
Of course the irony is that many of these same people would shout “Crucify him” a few days later. Come prepared to meditate on Christ’s sojourn to the cross, and the supreme price He paid for us.
Songs we’ll sing this week include:
- Let The Seventh Angel Sound On High. This song, written by East Campus Worship Director Jamie Barnes, is on our new album The Water And The Blood, which will be released in Louisville at our Good Friday service and then nationally on April 26.
- Let Your Blood Plead For Me, another new one from The Water And The Blood, written by me, worship leader Jeremy Quillo and Pastor Mike Cosper.
- Hosanna (Palm Sunday version). This is another Jeremy Quillo song — you can hear the original version, written for Advent season, on our track playlist in the Advent Songs page.
See you Sunday.