Mar 08, 2020 · Christians refer to this day as “Palm Sunday”. I. PREPARATIONS ARE MADE Late Sunday morning, or perhaps even early afternoon, Jesus and His disciples started walking toward the nearby city of Jerusalem. Bethany was only about 2 miles east of Jerusalem, an easy walk of around 25-30 minutes.
Apr 14, 2019 · There is actually a biblical reason that we call this Palm Sunday. You see, as Jesus was coming into Jerusalem, as He was preparing for His crucifixion and resurrection, the people were welcoming Jesus into Jerusalem as a king. They waved palm branches in a celebratory fashion to welcome Him. That’s why we call it Palm Sunday.
Our Top 5 Palm Sunday sermons will ignite your own creativity as you prepare to preach about Jesus entry into Jerusalem on the week before Easter Sunday. These sermons focus on the kingly nature of Jesus Christ, the joy of Jesus’ arrival, and what Jesus kingship means for our lives. The Coming of the King What Christ's triumphal entry means to you
Mar 16, 2021 · The Problem of Palm Sunday Today is Palm Sunday, the day on which Jesus rode into Jerusalem on the back of a young donkey. This day has been described by Christians for generations as the “triumphal entry into Jerusalem.” But, have you ever asked yourself, “If this was a triumphal entry, then why did they crucify Jesus at the end of the week?”
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Gary D. Robinson Luke 19:28-44 On the day we call Palm Sunday, Jesus rode into Jerusalem on a young donkey. He came to celebrate the ancient Passover with his fellow Jews. This was a dangerous move. In Jerusalem were powerful people who hated Jesus and wanted Him dead. Imagine Condoleeza Rice riding into Baghda The Day Jesus Turned Palms into Nails
Apr 07, 2017 · I hope you will worship the Lord joyfully this Palm Sunday and Easter season. He is worthy of all your praise. By His death, we can find life. By His work, we can find meaning and purpose in the work of our lives. By His resurrection, we have power over death and the grave. We have ample reason to praise our Messiah, Savior and Lord.