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  • Mark 11:1-11

    Contributed by I. G. Spong on Mar 20, 2018

    Jesus’ Mock Parade Imagine for a minute a grand parade. It might be one of those that celebrates military might with tanks and rockets. It might have brass bands, flags waving and marchers goose-stepping in rhythm, with a dictator either clapping from a grandstand or even at the head of the more

  • Few Who Bear His Cross  PRO

    Contributed by Ken Pell on Jul 18, 2013
    based on 4 ratings

    FEW WHO BEAR HIS CROSS In Thomas á Kempis' book, The Imitation of Christ he says, Jesus has many who love his kingdom in heaven, but few who bear his cross. He has many who desire comfort, but few who desire suffering. He finds many to share his feast, but few his fasting. All desire to more

  • Shouts Of Praise  PRO

    Contributed by Terry Laughlin on Aug 11, 2008
    based on 2 ratings

    Shouts of Praise There is a loud declaration of our Lord's purpose for coming to earth at the triumphal entry. "As Jesus approached Jerusalem and came to Bethphage and Bethany at the Mount of Olives... Many people spread their cloaks on the road, while others spread more

  • A View Of Suffering  PRO

    Contributed by Sermon Central on Mar 18, 2005
    based on 4 ratings

    A VIEW OF SUFFERING Yes, suffering is the enemy of the average American. In America, Christians pray for the burden of suffering to be lifted from their backs. In the rest of the world Christians pray for stronger backs so they can bear their suffering. It’s why we look away from the bag more

  • A Look At The Parade  PRO

    Contributed by Sermon Central on Mar 18, 2005
    based on 5 ratings

    A LOOK AT THE PARADE The parade route begins near the twin towns of Bethpage and Bethany, less than two miles from Jerusalem and winds into the Holy City. The Grand Marshal is an unlikely hero – a rustic from a blue-collar town up north, the son of a woodworker. In keeping with his “common man” more

  • Will You Give Him Your Best?  PRO

    Contributed by Sermon Central on Mar 18, 2005
    based on 5 ratings

    WILL YOU GIVE HIM YOUR BEST? There is a legend about an ancient village in Spain. The villagers learned that the king would pay a visit. In a thousand years, a king had never come to that village. Excitement grew. "We must throw a big celebration!" The villagers all agreed. But, it was a poor more

  • What I Came To Do  PRO

    Contributed by Sermon Central on Mar 18, 2005
    based on 7 ratings

    WHAT I CAME TO DO The word Hosanna literally means “Save!” “Save!” the crowd shouted. I wonder if Jesus thought, “That’s exactly what I’m here to do. How right you are, but how little you understand.” Without knowing the details, the crowd was clearly articulating what more

  • I Will Not Offer Anything That Costs Me Nothing  PRO

    Contributed by Sermon Central on Mar 18, 2005
    based on 20 ratings

    I WILL NOT OFFER ANYTHING THAT COSTS ME NOTHING Matthew Rogers writes: When I consider the story of that first Palm Sunday, I am struck by the thought that… A coat might not be worth much after a donkey walks on it. In a crowd like that there was no guarantee that once you laid it down more

  • The Different Faces Of Praise  PRO

    Contributed by Sermon Central on Mar 18, 2005
    based on 17 ratings

    THE DIFFERENT FACES OF PRAISE Roberto Benigni is an Italian guy who won an "Oscar" in 1998 for best actor in the film "Life Is Beautiful." I didn’t watch the Academy Awards that year, but I read that upon hearing his name called, Roberto Benigni leaped to his feet ... threw his arms in the more

  • I Was Waiting For My Test Results From A ...  PRO

    Contributed by Robert Travis on Jun 24, 2001
    based on 66 ratings

    I was waiting for my test results from a Christian Education class at the Bible Colllege where I attended. I knew I had every answer right and I was anticipating an A as my grade, but to my disappointment I received a C. The teacher admitted I had every answer right, but I had failed to follow more