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Vantage Point: Judas

In the weeks leading up to Easter, we’ve been doing a series at Vintage called Vantage Point. We’ve been looking at the cross through the eyes of five people who were there – Pilate, Mary Magdalene, the thief on the cross, Judas, and Joseph of Arimathea. It has been a fascinating and moving series. Last night, for our Good Friday service, we tried to get inside of Judas’ head. To help, I put together this video that we showed at the start of the service. Enjoy … if that’s the right word to use when talking about the betrayal of Jesus.



An Easter Anthem for Holy Week

The shackles are undone
The bullets quit the gun
The heat that’s in the sun
Will keep us when there’s none
The rule has been disproved
The stone it has been moved
The grave is now a groove
All debts are removed

Oh can’t you see what love has done?
What it’s done to me?

Love makes strange enemies
Makes love where love may please
The soul and its striptease
Hate brought to its knees
The sky over our head
We can reach it from our bed
You let me in your heart
And out of my head, head…

Oh can’t you see what love has done?
What it’s done to me?

Oh, Please don’t ever let me out of you

I’ve got no shame, oh no, oh no

Oh can’t you see what love has done?
Oh can’t you see?
Oh can’t you see what love has done?
What it’s doing to me?

I know I hurt you and I made you cry
Did everything but murder you and I
But love left a window in the skies
And to love I rhapsodize
To every broken heart
For every heart that cries
Love left a window in the skies
And to love I rhapsodize

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