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"Do This in Remembrance of Me," collagraph with acrylic paint

Sandra Bowden


Maundy Thursday 

Maundy Thursday is the name given to the day on which Jesus celebrated the Passover with His disciples, His Last Supper with them, also called the Lord’s Supper or Communion (Luke 22:19-20). Jesus washed the disciples’ feet as an act of humility and service, thereby setting an example that we should love and serve one another in humility (John 13:3-17).



Exodus 12:1-14a

Psalm 78:14-20, 23-25

1 Corinthians 11:23-26

Luke 22:14-30


Musical Meditations

Going Home, Yo Yo Ma:

Miserere Mei Deus, Tenebrae Choir:

Gesthemane, Keith + Kristyn Getty;




Thou hast imputed my sin to my Substitute, and has imputed His righteousness to my soul, clothing me with a bridegroom's robe, decking me with jewels of holiness.

But in my Christian walk I am still in rags, my best prayers are stained with sin; my penitential tears are so much impurity; my confessions of wrong are so many aggravations of sin; my receiving the Spirit is tinctured with selfishness.

I need to repent my repentance; I need my tears to be washed; I have no robe to bring to cover my sins, no loom to weave my own righteousness; I am always standing clothed in filthy garments, and by grace am always receiving change of raiment, for Thou dost always justify the ungodly; I am always going into the far country, and always returning home as a prodigal, always saying, Father, forgive me, and Thou art always bringing forth the best robe.

Every morning let me wear it, every evening return in it, go out to the day's work in it, be married in it, be wound in death in it, stand before the great white throne in it, enter heaven in it shining as the sun.

Grant me never to lose sight of the exceeding sinfulness of sin, the exceeding righteousness of salvation, the exceeding glory of Christ, the exceeding beauty of holiness, the exceeding wonder of grace.

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