Death, Where is Your Sting?- CRC Sunday Sermon

April 12, 2020

Opening Hymn
Christ the Lord is Risen Today (Trinity #277)

Focus this week: Isaac Brown

Congregational Hymns
Jesus Christ is Risen Today (Trinity #273)

1 Jesus Christ is ris’n today, Alleluia!
our triumphant holy day, Alleluia!
who did once upon the cross Alleluia!
suffer to redeem our loss. Alleluia!

2 Hymns of praise then let us sing Alleluia!
unto Christ our heav’nly King, Alleluia!
who endured the cross and grave, Alleluia!
sinners to redeem and save. Alleluia!

3 But the pains which he endured, Alleluia!
our salvation have procured; Alleluia!
now above the sky he’s King, Alleluia!
where the angels ever sing. Alleluia!

4 Sing we to our God above Alleluia!
praise eternal as his love; Alleluia!
praise him, all ye heav’nly host, Alleluia!
Father, Son, and Holy Ghost. Alleluia!

Up From the Grave He Arose (Trinity #276)

Offering Hymn
The Resurrection Hymn (CRC #77)

Let the Earth Resound (HMA #73)
(Keith & Kristyn Getty – link)

Scripture Reading
Luke 24

Preaching the Word
Death, Where is Your Sting? 1 Corinthians 15:12-32
YouTube link 

Benediction (HMA #18)

(links to sermon and hymns are in blue font)


2 thoughts on “Death, Where is Your Sting?- CRC Sunday Sermon

  1. Others probably know this already, but I was used to only using the PDF of the sermons, as I found the videos, posted on, hard to hear. BUT, there is this and other things on Unholy Charade’s Youtube page, which offers captions, to all the videos. Go to and search for “Unholy Charade” in the search bar and you’ll see the Easter Sunday sermon there and also Bible Study, too.

    To put captions on a YouTube video, on the bottom right of the video, having moved your cursor to the video screen area, you’ll see a CC box. Click on that and automated captions become available and they are fairly accurate.

    Now there’s Bible study videos of CRC, too.

    Happy Easter to all! Glory be to God! Blessings to you fellow Christians!


    1. Thank you Cara! Also in the last week we have started using an auxiliary microphone in my iphone which seems to have improved the audio quality. We have used it so far for the Good Friday and the Easter sermons.


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