Verse 1
See him in JerusalemWalking where the crowds areOnce these streets had sung to himNow they cry for murder

Such a frail and lonely manHolding up the heavy crossSee him walking in JerusalemOn the road to save us

Verse 2
See him there upon the hillHear the scorn and laughterSilent as a lamb he waitsPraying to the father

See the king who made the sunAnd the moon and shining starsLet the soldiers hold and nail him downSo that he could save them

Verse 3
See him there upon the crossNow no longer breathingDust that formed the watching crowdsTakes the blood of Jesus

Feel the earth is shaking nowSee the veil is split in twoAnd he stood before the wrath of GodShielding sinners with his blood

Verse 4
See the empty tomb todayDeath could not contain himOnce the servant of the worldNow in victory reigning

Lift your voices to the oneWho is seated on the throneSee him in the new JerusalemPraise the one who saved us

CCLI Song # 7003218 | Jonny Robinson, Rich Thompson, Tiarne Kleyn | © 2014 CityAlight Music

  Sample Introduction

This next song helps us to reflect on the suffering that Jesus endured as he journeyed to the cross, and to look forward to the new Jerusalem where we will get to join in with the heavenly chorus, singing praise to the one who saved us.


  Song Links

  Scripture References

Old Testament – Isaiah 53
New Testament
– Matthew 21:1-11, Matthew 27:32-56, Matthew 28:1-10, Mark 11:1-11, Mark 15:21-41, Mark 16:1-8, Luke 19:28-44, Luke 23:26-43, Luke 21:1-12, John 12:12-19, John 19:17-37, John 20:1-10, Revelation 21:1-8

  Doctrinal Themes

Christology – Saviour, The Cross of Christ, The Resurrection of Christ, The Suffering of Christ, The Victory of Christ
Doctrine of God – The Wrath of God
The Gospel – Atonement, Salvation

  Liturgical Themes

Holy Communion, Praise