One of the beauties in the Church today is modern hymnity. Yesterday, we looked at a beautiful and classic hymn, Hymn of the Day: What Wondrous Love Is This. Today, we look at a beautiful modern worship song that I am sure will one day be a classic.

There are 4 stanzas to this modern hymn. Each centers on Christ. The first stanza displays Christ as the King who is the focus of all heaven’s worship, yet he takes on flesh to ransom us from sin, death, and judgment. Stanza two exalts the sinless nature of Christ, who is both fully God and

Stanza two exalts the sinless nature of Christ, who is both fully God and fully man. He is the better Adam and by Christ’s obedience, many are made righteous as he is righteous. The third stanza pictures Christ in his humiliation on the cross. He is the sacrificial lamb in our place. We deserved the wrath of God for our sin, but

The third stanza pictures Christ in his humiliation on the cross. He is the sacrificial lamb in our place. We deserved the wrath of God for our sin, but instead Christ brings many sons to glory when he absorbs that wrath. The last stanza describes the Christ who died and rose again. He is victorious over sin, death, and judgment. His resurrection is a foretaste to the deliverance we too shall experience when Christ comes to gather his Church to himself on that great Day.

The last stanza describes the Christ who died and rose again. He is victorious over sin, death, and judgment. His resurrection is a foretaste to the deliverance we too shall experience when Christ comes to gather his Church to himself on that great Day.

Listen to this gospel saturated music and praise Christ for the salvation he provides!

This is Matt Papa singing in this video:

In case you like corporate worship as much as I do, here is Bob Kauflin at Together For the Gospel Live III:

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