When Jesus Washed

Hymn: O happy day that fixed my choice

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1 O happy day that fixed my choice On Thee, my Savior and my God! Well may this glowing heart rejoice, And tell its raptures all abroad.
Happy day, happy day, When Jesus washed my sins away! He taught me how to watch and pray, And live rejoicing every day; Happy day, happy day,When Jesus washed my sins away!
2 ’Tis done—the great transaction’s done; I am my Lord’s, and He is mine; He drew me and I followed on, Rejoiced to own the call divine.
Happy day, happy day, When Jesus washed my sins away! He taught me how to watch and pray, And live rejoicing every day; Happy day, happy day,When Jesus washed my sins away!
3 Now rest, my long-divided heart, Fixed on this blissful center, rest; Here have I found a nobler part, Here heav’nly pleasures fill my breast.
Happy day, happy day, When Jesus washed my sins away! He taught me how to watch and pray, And live rejoicing every day; Happy day, happy day,When Jesus washed my sins away!
4 High heav’n that hears the solemn vow, That vow renewed shall daily hear! Till in life’s latest hour I bow, And bless, in death, a bond so dear.
Happy day, happy day, When Jesus washed my sins away! He taught me how to watch and pray, And live rejoicing every day; Happy day, happy day,When Jesus washed my sins away!

When Jesus washed my sins away

1 When Jesus wiped away my sins, I felt a sense of relief. Sing hallelujah to the Lord! ‘Praise ye the Lord,’ my joyful heart began to exclaim. Sing hallelujah! Sing hallelujah! is the refrain. Sing hallelujahs and exalt the Lord in your hearts. 2 He heals my broken spirit, and I exult in joy.Hallelujah! Praise the Lord, for he satisfies the hunger of my soul. 3 I’ve discovered that he’s everywhere, therefore shout hallelujah! Praise be to the Lord, for I have placed all my anxieties on him. 4 He keeps me safe and secure by his side, praise the Lord!

5 I have nothing else to offer, so let us all sing hallelujah!

6 And thus, day by day, I go, praising God, Sing hallelujah!

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Sacred Trio466

Sing Hallelujah is the title of this display. First Line: When Jesus cleansed away my sins, I was overjoyed. G. E. Lovelight is the author of the tune of the same name. The year is 1889. Sacred Trio466 is a sacred trinity.

Happy day, When Jesus washed my sins away! by Martha Reed

O glorious day, when I made my decision to follow Thee, my Savior and my God! May this glistening heart be filled with joy, and may it spread its ecstasy across the world. When Jesus took away my sins, it was a wonderful day indeed! He taught me how to observe and pray, as well as how to live joyfully every day: “Wonderful day, happy day, when Jesus cleansed my sins away!” O joyful tie that binds my vows to Him Who deserves all of my affection! Allow joyful anthems to flood His dwelling, while I make my way to His precious sanctuary.

  • He taught me how to observe and pray, as well as how to live joyfully every day: “Wonderful day, happy day, when Jesus cleansed my sins away!” It’s completed: the monumental deal has been completed!
  • When Jesus took away my sins, it was a wonderful day indeed!
  • When Jesus took away my sins, it was a wonderful day indeed!
  • That pledge reaffirmed shall be heard on a daily basis,Till the last hour of my life I bow,And bless in death a relationship so precious.

When Jesus took away my sins, it was a wonderful day indeed! He taught me how to observe and pray, as well as how to live joyfully every day: “Wonderful day, happy day, when Jesus cleansed my sins away!” Philip Doddridge has written a piece for us.

Oh Happy Day/Nothing But The Blood

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  • There is nothing else save the blood of Jesus.
  • There is nothing else save the blood of Jesus.
  • This is the only source of my righteousness — nothing else but the blood of Christ.
  • There is no other source I am aware of — just the blood of Jesus.
  • Oh, what a wonderful day (Oh, what a wonderful day)Oh, what a wonderful day (Oh happy day)

Lee Patterson Singers – Oh Happy Day Lyrics

It has been sinceJesuswashed (whenJesuswashed) that we have had a pleasant day. It has been sinceJesuswashed (whenJesuswashed) that we have had a happy day (whenJesuswashed) I’ve been crying since Jesus cleansed my tears away (when Jesus cleaned them) (ohhappyday) Oh, how wonderful it is to be alive now (ohhappyday) Ohhappyday (ohhappyday) Ohhappyday (ohhappyday) Ohhappyday (ohhappyday) I’ve been crying since Jesus washed (whenJesus washed) Oh, when He washed (whenJesus washed), I’ve been crying since Jesus washed (whenJesus washed) (ohhappyday) Oh, how wonderful it is to be alive now (ohhappyday) He taught me how to wash (well, he taught me how to wash) a car (to wash, to wash) Strive to win and pray for victory.

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He’s celebrating every, single day of the year!

Oh, when He washed (whenJesus washed), my tears have been wiped away (ohhappyday) Oh, how wonderful it is to be alive now (ohhappyday) He showed me how (oh, yes, how) to wash dishes (hetaughtme how to wash) Fighters must fight and pray fighters must pray and he rejoices every day (he rejoices every day) Ohhappyday (ohhappyday) Ohhappyday (ohhappyday) Ohhappiness (ohhappyday) Ohhappyday (ohhappyday) Ohhappyday (ohhappyday) Sing Happy Birthday in your head (ohhappyday) Oh, happy days (ohhappyday) Come on, let’s chat about them (ohhappyday) When you wipe away my tears (ohhappyday) (ohhappyday) Hallelujah, and good day to you!

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This occurred shortly prior to the Passover Festival. The hour had arrived for Jesus to leave this world and return to the Father, and he knew it. A)”>(A)Jesus knew the hour had come for him to leave this world and return to the Father. C) a formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formal “>(C)Having loved his own who were in the world, he continued to love them until the end of the world.

  1. 2The evening supper was in full swing, and the devil had already persuaded Judas, the son of Simon Iscariot, to betray Jesus before it had even begun.
  2. F)”>(F)3Jesus understood that the Father had placed all things under his control “>(F)and was on his way back to God;4as a result, he rose from his seat at the table, removed his outer clothing, and wrapped a towel around his waist.
  3. 10Jesus said, “Those who have bathed need only to wash their feet; their entire body is clean.
  4. In fact, he knew who was going to betray him, L)”>(L), and that was why he indicated that not everyone in the room was pure.
  5. His question to them was, “Do you comprehend what I’ve done for you?” he said.
  6. Now that I, your Lord and Teacher, have cleansed your feet, you should likewise cleanse the feet of one another.
  7. P)”>(P)16Very honestly, I tell you, no servant is greater than his master, and no messenger is greater than the one who sent him.
  8. 17Now that you are aware of these things, you will be fortunate if you put them into practice.

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Every day, watch and pray, and live a life filled with joy.

Larnelle – Oh, Happy Day

(Oh, what a wonderful day.) (It’s a wonderful day!) Oh, what a wonderful day Oh, what a wonderful day it has been. When Jesus cleaned the disciples’ feet He cleaned his hands When my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ cleansed away my sins Talking about having a good day Oh, what a wonderful day Talking about having a good day When Jesus washed (When He washed) my sins away, I was overjoyed. When Jesus washed (Yes, Jesus washed, He washed) my sins away, I was overjoyed. Oh, what a wonderful day it has been.

Every day (every, every, every) to live joyfully, my Lord, each and every day (every, every, every) (Happy day) Oh, what a wonderful day it has been (Oh, happy day) Oh, what a wonderful day Oh, what a wonderful day it has been.

As a result of my Jesus washing (as a result of Jesus washing), I am eternally grateful (Oh, happy day) Oh, that was a wonderful day (What a happy, happy day, happy day) Oh, what a wonderful day (Oh, happy day) Lord, what a wonderful day (Oh, what a wonderful day) When I go to paradise (Oh, what a wonderful day), I’m going to share the word (Oh, happy day) My sins were wiped away by the blood of Jesus.

The fact is that it was a joyous day (what a beautiful day) thanks to Jesus.

You washed my sins away (Happy day) What a wonderful day!

It is my Lord’s will for me to live joyful every (every) single day of my life.

(It’s a wonderful day.) The day Jesus washed (The day He washed, the day He washed my sins away) I’m so pleased He washed (My Lord washed all of my sins away) The day my Jesus washed all my sins away (My Jesus washed all of my sins away) (What a wonderful day) Oh, it was such a beautiful day (What a happy day) Oh, what a beautiful day, what a wonderful day Oh, what a wonderful day!

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MUSIC: Edwin Hawkins – Oh Happy Day (Song + Lyrics)

Oh Happy Day is a song written by Edwin Hawkins. Gospel Musician from the United States Edwin Hawkins released a single named “Oh Happy Day” that was accompanied with a live performance music video of the song. As you play and download this great mp3 audio single for free, remember to leave a remark in the comment box below to express your gratitude to the artist. DOWNLOAD THE gospeljingle HERE Oh Happy Day is a song written by Edwin Hawkins with lyrics. Oh, happy day (Oh, happy day)Oh, happy day (Oh, happy day)When Jesus washed (When Jesus washed)Oh, happy day (Oh, happy day)When Jesus washed (When Jesus washed)Oh, happy day (Oh, happy day)When Jesus washed (When Jesus washed)When Jesus washed (When Jesus washed)When Jesus washed (When Jesus washed)When Jesus washed (When Jesus washed)He (Oh, happy day) Oh, happy day (Oh, happy day)Oh, happy day (Oh, happy day)Oh, happy day (Oh, happy day)Oh, happy day (Oh, happy day)When Jesus washed (When Jesus washed)Oh, when He washed (When Jesus washed)When Jesus washed (When Jesus washed)When Jesus washed (When Jesus washed)He washed my sins away (Oh, happy day)Oh, it’s a happy day Each and every day Oh, what a wonderful day (Oh, happy day) He washed my sins away (Oh, happy day)Oh, happy day (Oh, happy day)He taught me how (He taught me how)To watch and battle and prayWatch and prayAnd live joyful every day (Good god)Every day.

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Oh Happy Day Lyrics by U S A Gospel Choir

Greetings, and best wishes (oh happy day) During the time Jesus cleaned his clothes, (during the time Jesus washed his clothes) (when jesus washed) When Jesus bathed, (when Jesus washed), he washed away my sins (oh happy day) Oh, what a wonderful day! (oh happy day) Oh, what a wonderful day! (oh happy day) Oh, what a wonderful day! (oh happy day) When Jesus washed his hands (when jesus washed) When Jesus washed, (when Jesus washed), When my Jesus washed, (when my Jesus washed) (when jesus washed) I washed away all of my sins.

And live each and every day, (sing along with me, yes) every day with joy. Oh, what a wonderful day! (oh happy day) Oh happy day, (oh happy day)Oh happy day, (oh happy day)Oh happy day, (oh happy day)Oh happy day, (oh happy day)Oh happy day, (oh happy day)Oh happy day (oh happy day)

What was the significance of Jesus washing the feet of the disciples?

QuestionAnswer The act of Jesus washing the feet of his followers (John 13:1–17) took place in the upper room, at the Last Supper, and bears significance in three different ways. It was a demonstration of Jesus’ humility and servanthood on the part of the crowd. For the disciples, the washing of their feet represented a stark contrast to the sentiments they held in their hearts at the time. Our duty as members of Christ’s body is symbolized by washing one other’s feet. Walking in sandals on the unclean highways of Israel in the first century made it very necessary to wash feet before a community meal, especially when individuals sat at a low table with their feet prominently displayed.

  1. This gesture of humility and condescension on Christ’s part, that He, their Lord and master, should wash the feet of His disciples when it was their appropriate responsibility to have cleaned His, must have taken them by surprise.
  2. Jesus stated in Matthew 20:28 that He came “not to be served, but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many” (not to be served but to serve).
  3. It was Jesus’ attitude of servanthood that stood in stark contrast to that of the disciples, who had only lately been debating among themselves over who was the greatest among them (Luke 22:24).
  4. It was as though they had been startled into silence when the Lord Himself took on such a menial work.
  5. “You shall never wash my feet!” Peter exclaimed, never one to be caught short of words.
  6. When Jesus finished, He taught what it really meant to be washed by Him.
  7. Unlike salvation, which is a one-time act of justification by faith, sanctification is a lifetime process that involves being washed clean from the stain of sin that we experience as we move through the world.
  8. This is only one of the truths that Christians may take away from this occurrence and apply to their own lives.
  9. The fact that our sin has been exchanged for the complete righteousness of Christ on the cross means that no deed can further purify us from our sin (2 Corinthians 5:21).
  10. The ongoing washing of sanctification is accomplished via the power of the Holy Spirit, who lives within us, and is accomplished through the “washing of water by the Word” (Ephesians 5:26), which has been given to us in order to equip us for every good deed (2 Timothy 3:16–17).
  11. As His disciples, we are to follow in His footsteps, serving one another with humility of heart and mind, and striving to lift one another up in love and humility as we serve one another.

We shall be abundantly blessed when we have the heart of a servant, as the Lord has promised to us (John 13:17). Questions about John (return to top of page) Is it important to understand why Jesus washed the feet of his disciples?

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Washing the Feet of Judas

It is in John 12 that the whole significance of John 13, in which Jesus is gathered with his followers for the Jewish Passover supper, is revealed. This chapter puts all of John’s writings on Jesus up until that time to a close, laying the stage for chapter 13 to follow. If we compare John’s presentation of Jesus in chapters 2–11 to the other gospel writers, we see that he does it through seven signs that lead to Jesus’ glory as the risen Son of God. Jesus transforms water into wine and cleanses the temple (chapter 2), heals the son of a Roman official (chapter 4), the lame man at the pool of Bethesda (chapter 5), feeds the 5,000 (chapter 6), heals the man born blind (chapter 9) and, finally, raises Lazarus from the dead (chapter 10), among other things (chapter 11).

However, John 12:37 laments that “despite the fact that he had done so many signs before them, they still did not trust in him.” As a result, in chapter 13, Jesus concludes his public ministry to his people and devotes his remaining time to a private ministry to his followers exclusively, as he approaches his crucifixion.

  1. And the very first thing he teaches this new society is how to wash their feet, which is a lesson in humility.
  2. 2 During supper, after the devil had already implanted the desire to betray Simon into the heart of Judas Iscariot, Simon’s son, the two of them had a conversation.
  3. He removed his outer clothing and wrapped a towel around his waist, tying it in place.
  4. There have been many people who have pondered the importance of Jesus’ unexpected gesture.
  5. However, Jesus fully immerses himself in the position of foot-washer, even discarding his outer garment and wrapping a towel over himself, giving him the appearance of a slave.
  6. For a while, at least, until Peter breaks the stillness in order to express his displeasure (John 13:6–10)!
  7. The bottom line is that he has bathed their feet to serve as an example for them to follow.

To serve others in a humble, compassionate, and selfless manner is the first lesson Jesus has taught the church, and it is the most important.

For the time being, let us contemplate the fact that Jesus not only bathed the feet of Peter, but that he also washed the feet of Judas, the disciple who was ready to betray the Son of God.

The fact that Judas is the elephant in the room has already been brought to the attention of the readers by John when Jesus enjoys the Passover meal with his followers and washes their feet.

Also, when Jesus is washing Peter’s feet he tells Peter, “You are all clean, but not every one of you” (13:10).

“For Jesus knew who was going to betray him; that is why he stated, ‘Not all of you are clean,'” John adds, looking back on the scenario years later.

What was going through Judas’s thoughts when the Lord bowed at his feet and performed the servitude of a slave was never revealed.

That is dependent on the sequence in which the feet are washed.

So, did Jesus have the talk with Peter before or after he washed Judas’s feet, depending on your perspective.

The only thing Judas could have been thinking when he heard Jesus remark, “You are all clean, but not every one of you,” was that he already knew.

I’m curious whether their gazes locked and Judas was forced to look away.

But he wasn’t only washing the feet of a guy with a diabolical heart, who was on his way to become the greatest traitor in human history; he was also washing his own feet.

He had appointed Judas as his representative and given him the authority to preach in his name, just as he had done with the other disciples.

But even so, Judas was about to set in motion the event that God would use to bring about the horrible death of his Son through crucifixion, a death that hours later Jesus would ask the Father to spare him if at all possible, sweating droplets of blood and wailing with visible anguish.

According to the Bible, in John 17:12, while praying particularly for his followers, Jesus tells the Father, “While I was with them, I maintained them in your name, which you have given me.” So that the Scriptures would be fulfilled, I have guarded them, and not one of them has gone missing save the son of destruction,” says the Lord.

Despite this, John informs us in verse 1 that he loved “his own” followers “till the end of the world.”.

If he had chosen to, he might have removed Judas from the Passover dinner much earlier than that.

” And I still care for you.” Moreover, the next day, Jesus would go to the cross and offer his life not just for the eleven, but also for Judas, his betrayer, in order to redeem them.

Jesus instructs the church to wash one another’s feet, which means to give of one’s time and resources to others in ways that we may consider to be below our dignity.

However, this lesson is not just about our willingness to perform a soiled job.

If our Lord Jesus can wash the feet of those who would disassociate themselves from him, those who would refuse him, and even those who would betray him—if he can washourfeet—then we can definitely wash the feet of one another. Recent Theological Perspectives|Recent Theology in 3D

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