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The King is coming! Palm Sunday explained.
The Kingdom of Man and the Kingdom of God are on a collision course. Why were the religious leaders of Jesus' day so upset with Jesus?
It’s a rather straightforward yet quite penetrating inquiry. This question circulates throughout discussion groups and into writer’s blogs. It perplexes many and yields quite the extremes in answers. And if your reply is incorrect, it might just impact the fate of your eternal destiny.
Pastor Derrick Lynch leads us in a story of Palm Sunday from Luke 19.
Pastor Steve Scott leads us in a story of Palm Sunday from Luke 19.
All of us like to know what is coming. We like to know what might come in the next week, whether this be the weather, big events or something else. Jesus here in this text knew that the donkey would be exactly where He sent His Disciples to. This story not only tells us about Jesus coming into Jerusalem before His death, but also that Jesus knows everything. This is all part of His plan and so are we.
A dramatic dialogue between Simon Peter and Judas Iscariot
The cycle that we have seen throughout Judges carries us all the way through to the time of Jesus. On Palm Sunday he comes into Jerusalem as a hopeful hero, but he doesn't do the things that we expect. As it turns out, we like Jesus on our terms.
Palm Sunday, the day everyone praised Jesus as he rode into Jerusalem on the donkey. In Bible times when a king went to war he rode on a horse, when he came in peace he rode on a donkey. Jesus came to bring peace, and so much more.