Let us remember Jesus, who, though rich, became poor and dwelt among us; who was mighty indeed, healing the sick and the troubled; who, as a teacher to His disciples, was their companion and servant. May we ever be grateful for Jesus the Christ and what He has done for us.
Let us remember Jesus, who prayed for the forgiveness of those who rejected Him and for the perfecting of those who received Him; who loved all people and prayed for them, even if they denied and rejected Him; who hated sin because He knew the cost of pride and selfishness, of cruelty and hatred, both to people and to God. May we ever be grateful for Jesus the Messiah and what He has done for us.
Let us remember Jesus, who humbled Himself, obedient unto the cross.
God has exalted Jesus who has redeemed us from the bondage of sin and given us new freedom. May we ever be grateful for Jesus the Messiah and what He has done for us and continues to do for us
[Silence for remembrance]