"There is nothing as powerful as the moral choices we make in shaping the kind of life we live. Why we live, how we live, and eventually where we end up in life are all a resultant of our moral choices.” 1. The profile of the Lord’s servant - Jesus Christ did not come here on earth to do
his own things. 2. The paradox of the Lord’s servant - Jesus Christ was born to die so that God’s abundant life could be made available to us all. 3. The promise about the Lord’s servant - Jesus Christ would reveal the hidden nature
of every human-being because he knows us. His life and death would lead humanity to a cross-road where each individual will be obliged to make the most important moral choice; to reject him or to receive him. Choices have real consequences. Those who choose to reject Him will fall and those who choose to receive Him will rise.