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Your Sunday Hymn: The Servant Song

Your Sunday Hymn: The Servant Song | Nice Deb

Freedom is not free and is fought for behind the scenes on a daily basis by an army of #servantleaders who put others before themselves. This stance is what the United States of America is all about loving one another and even laying our own life down for the sake of our brothers & sisters. Think about that next time someone puts down the servants of #America through song media or out on the street. Not everything should be trivialized. Not everything is a joke. #servantleaderdship #police…

"The Servant Song," David Haas -- "Will you let me be your servant, Let me be as as Christ to you...." I was so moved when I heard this song--such an unusual "melody." / I'm not a musician, so I'm not sure that's a good description of the "structure" of this beautiful song.

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Photographer Karen Knorr Brings Indian Myths to Life

Karen Knorr, Temple Servant, Amber Fort, Jaipur. From the book India Song © Skira Editore. Courtesy of the artist.

The Servant Song by Richard Gillard | Not my favorite recording, but definitely one of my favorite hymns...and so perfect for a wedding!

Isaiah 52:13—53:12. This climactic fourth Servant Song describes the suffering and triumph of the Servant of the LORD. There are four “Servant Songs” of Isaiah that describe the service, suffering, and exaltation of the Servant of the Lord, the Messiah. All four songs show the Messiah to be God’s meek and gentle Servant. He is a royal figure, representing Israel in its ideal form; He is the high priest, atoning for the sins of the world.


Thanks for the support: The Psalm I decided to write this week is a little longer than some and it's also a little less "Christian" on the surface anyway in the sense that it's saying God trains hands for war and fingers for battle... I suppose we can think of these as spiritual battles but I'm fairly certain that's not what David had in mind. In any case as I was singing through various different ideas for melody and style it just seemed to fit with a…