The Messiah has come, he has triumphed unexpectedly through a cross and empty tomb. Now ascended, Christ’s kingdom advances through the church. Reading from Mark 11:1-11. Download audio Stream audio Subscribe to podcast Watch video
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
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.
A look at the entrance of Jesus into Jerusalem as their one and only true king, foretold in Zechariah 9:9-10. We oftentimes try to reign over our own lives instead of acknowledging the sovereignty of Jesus.
Journey with us as we follow Jesus and the disciples on the last leg of the road to the cross.
The disciples and those who accompanied Jesus to Jerusalem didn’t have a complete understanding of the journey they were taking, but they walked along with purpose and in hope. Pastor Bob helps us look at their journey and ours.
Matthew 21:1-11. On what we now call “Palm Sunday,” Jesus entered Jerusalem as a king, but not the kind of king the people thought. Jerusalem was the stage for the final battle against sin and death, with Jesus emerging the victor and establishing his kingdom of peace and salvation.
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?