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But Jesus didn't come to earth to meet expectations about what people thought He was going to do for them. He came to reinstate God's original plan - a vision for a world where God and humanity live in a loving relationship with one another. It was a vision dashed by the sin of human beings, but God never gave up on it.
Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem is not about revealing to us the depth of our betrayal, but rather it is about revealing the depth of God’s loyalty to a disloyal people.
Palm Sunday reminds us that Jesus is coming back. He is coming back and he has a very high standard for what he wants his Bride to look like when he comes for her. Jesus wants us dressed in his righteousness, working hard at good works. He doesn't want us to give up our faith in the face of persecution. He doesn't want us exchanging the Gospel for something similar but different. He doesn't want us tolerating false-teaching or false-teachers! But most of all he doesn't want us losing our love for him nor for our neighbour!
This message deals with the events of Palm Sunday and what they mean to us.
When Jesus does not meet our expectations, we must examine our hearts which Jesus we really worship.