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Good Friday, Instrumental Christian Music for Praise & Worship, an album by Easter Music, Christian Music, Instrumental Piano on Spotify. Were You There? is a meditation for baritone and chorus written for American baritone Charles Wesley Evans. The piano accompaniment is a transcription of an.
Arranged by Robert D. Sacred Performer Duet Collections.
Alfred Music Published by Alfred Music AP. Callahan Jr. Offertories, Preludes, Postludes.
Here we provide resources for both Maundy Thursday and Good Friday. Reflections on the Sacrifice. Composed by Franz Joseph Haydn This Friday is called "good" because Jesus' death provides redemption for the world. Your high-resolution PDF file will be ready to download in the original published key.
MorningStar Music Publishers Composed by Franz Joseph Haydn Edited by Ullrich Scheideler. Arranged by Klaus Schilde.
Sheet Music. Henle Music Folios. Henle HN Published by G. Henle HL.
Arranged by Pam Turner. Sheet Music Single. Published by Pamela Turner S0. Available Instantly.
Composed by David Sarandon. Arranged by Carol Tornquist.
Piano Collection; Piano Supplemental. Sacred Performer Collections. Arranged by Richard Kingsmore. Published by Kingsmore MusicWorks, Inc.
Piano - Advanced Arranged by Marilynn Ham. Piano Suite; Piano Supplemental. Three major events make up this evening: he washed the disciple's feet, he instituted the Lord's Supper, and he gave them the "new" commandment to love one another.
The name of this day comes from the last of these. In some traditions, worship on Maundy Thursday involves foot washing. And always on Maundy Thursday, the Lord's Supper is the central part of worship. There are many rich dimensions of meaning in the Lord's Supper that are fitting for this occasion, such as Christ's preparation for his death, his call to communal love, and his clear sense of anticipation of his coming kingdom.
If Maundy Thursday is your only time of worship during Holy Week it should also call attention to the events of Good Friday, including Jesus' trial, crucifixion, and resulting death and burial. You will find helpful worship planning resources for Maundy Thursday in The Worship Sourcebook, pages You will also find archived services for Maundy Thursday that we have provided in previous years—"Holy Week " and "Holy Week " click on "Resources" and "Holy Week".
In keeping with the Lenten series of messages that we have been presenting, we suggest a sermon on the John 13 passage. The Scripture passage could be read very effectively by three readers—a narrator, Peter, and Jesus. Different voices for different persons in the event will make the reading "come alive" for listeners. The sermon for this event easily lends itself to a narrative message.
You can ask your listeners to come upstairs with you to make a visit to this upper room. You can use your biblical imagination to describe the neighborhood, the room, and the atmosphere in the room. There is some confusion in the room among the disciples. They don't quite know what to expect from Jesus, or just what the days ahead will involve, and what their role should be. The evening begins with a surprise from Jesus—a foot-washing from the person they least expected to do it.
On Jesus' part, however, there is no confusion. He is very clear about his purpose, about what the evening will involve, about his need to confront Judas, warn Peter, and go to Gethsemane. Draw your listeners into the commemoration of the Passover—the remembrance of the journey out of Egypt, the blessings pronounced, the cups of wine that are shared, and the washing of hands.