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This Sunday we begin Holy Week and our journey to Jerusalem and ultimately the cross. The road into Jerusalem is lined with an adoring crowd, paved with palm branches, and teaches us weighty truths about the Jesus we love and serve. Reading: Mark 11:1-11 Download Stream Subscribe to podcast
We live in a democracy where images of monarchy do not always bring to mind positive memories, mostly because of bad kings. But suppose the king was perfect… Reading: Revelation 19:4-16 Download Stream Subscribe to podcast
Christ came to fulfill the law of the prophets. Arguably his most significant role was to be the priest of a new covenant. His sacrifice is final and the covenant is eternal. Reading: Hebrews 10:1-14 Download Stream Subscribe to podcast
Old Testament prophets spoke the word of the Lord. When Jesus came he stepped into the prophetic tradition, but he did more than speak the word of the Lord–he was the word of the Lord. Download Stream Subscribe to podcast
On Palm Sunday, we celebrate Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem, the beginning of the end of his work on earth. In so many ways, Jesus is a king like no other.
The kingdom of God was a favorite theme for Jesus. Naturally, the disciples had some questions about it. Where is it? What does it look like? Who is in it? Let’s be disciples and ask the same questions.
Christ is risen! Satan’s end was God’s means, and the resurrection life that God gave to Jesus opened the door for all to receive that same life through faith.
Christ suffered on the cross, refusing to save himself in order to save us, knowing his Father would vindicate him three days later as He carried out His plan of redemption.
A fresh look at the familiar story of Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem before the Passion. Setting aside our own lens of perspective, what did those who were there see?