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A walk through the last six days of Jesus life using objects that will help us reflect each day this week as we head toward the cross and the resurrection...
The crowd that gathered on the first day of the week to welcome Jesus as 'King'--reflective of Zechariah's prophecy-- and the children who continue the "Hosannas!" into the temple provide us an example of worship. The emphasis of this Palm Sunday sermon is the response and nature of that worship and its instruction for modern Christians. Worship is celebration for what Christ has done for us. Let us examine the story again and learn to worship 'he who comes in the name of the Lord!"
Pastor Rob shares about the triumphal entry into Jerusalem, on Palm Sunday. There were many ways that Jesus was misunderstood. Was he a political leader, a religious leader?
When a world leader such as the President of the United States goes on a visit to a foreign country, they have all sorts of people to go before they arrive and to go with them to ensure the visit goes smoothly. For our President, his aircraft, Air Force One, is an impressive vehicle. However, when Jesus entered Jerusalem He had no advanced team or an airplane. Rather, the King of Kings had a band of sinners and a donkey colt.
The people of Jerusalem were so excited when Christ entered the city, but this excitement soon turned to anger as they shouted "crucify him." They were only fans for a moment, far from followers. Even the disciples scattered for fear of what might happen to them. Are you a fan or follower of Christ?