- Jesus, the gardener, is the Lord and Savior of the world.
- Jesus, the gardener, is the one to whom the prophet Isaiah was pointing.
- Jesus, the gardener, was God himself, who came so that we might have new life.
- Jesus, the gardener is the new Adam because of his perfect obedience and death on the cross.
- Jesus, the gardener, the one who reversed the curse on creation thanks to the empty tomb.
- Jesus, the gardener, who couldn’t be contained behind a large stone of a cold tomb.
- Jesus, the gardener, the one who is more than able to help us overcome the thorns and thistles of life.
- Jesus, the gardener, the King of Kings and the Lord of Lords.
“Our Father, who art in heaven…”
[The humble servants who prepared for our Monday Lunch outreach today probably won’t make the front cover of any newspapers, nor will monuments be erected in their honor. They are simply living out their faith in quiet and humble ways like serving a meal for the people in our community. St. Andrew’s cross which was our focus in worship, symbolizes Christ’s call for us to live out our faith in humble and sacrificial ways. Thank you, Monday Lunch volunteers for your humble service!]