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  • The People's Response To The Palm Sunday Entry Of Jesus

    Contributed by Jerry Smith on Apr 29, 2009
    based on 14 ratings

    The People’s Response to the Palm Sunday entry of Jesus by shouting praises, waving palm branches and laying their cloaks on the ground and what each of these means to us.

    This Sunday is called Palm Sunday! Do we really understand why we wave palm branches? Why the Jews laid the palm branches on the ground for Jesus to ride over them on His donkey? What is the significance of all this? Let me try to answer these questions for you this morning. Please turn to Matthew more

  • An Ovation For The King Series

    Contributed by Mayor Gerardo Balmori on Mar 10, 2018
    based on 16 ratings

    What would you do if you know that: “This Friday you’re going to die”? Those very words might have crossed Jesus’ mind on this Sunday some 1,970 years ago. The day we now call Palm Sunday was the first day of the last week of Jesus’ earthly life.

    What would you do if you know that: “This Friday you’re going to die”? Those very words might have crossed Jesus’ mind on this Sunday some 1,970 years ago. The day we now call Palm Sunday was the first day of the last week of Jesus’ earthly life. This Friday Jesus is going to die. But today – more

  • The Donkey King

    Contributed by Ajai Prakash on Apr 13, 2011
    based on 5 ratings

    In a day when Christians in America are increasingly in a crusading posture to capture more political, social, and economic power, the picture of Jesus riding into Jerusalem on a lowly donkey and anticipating intense opposition, rejection, and death makes

    Opening illustration: Every spring, hundreds of Hollywood stars gather for the Academy Awards. Very few “slip in the back door:” instead, they make an entrance. They walk down the long red carpet, smiling at the cameras and waving to the people in the stands (who, by the way, all had to apply and more

  • Who Is This?

    Contributed by Clair Sauer on Apr 13, 2011
    based on 8 ratings

    As Jesus made his triumphal entry into Jerusalem, the people there asked, "Who is this?" Palm Sunday invites us to look at Jesus the Prophet, our King, and our Savior, and to make a choice to follow him in praise like those great crowds so long ago.

    So, it's not something we terribly often in the South, particularly around Soddy Daisy, but every now and then we will see a limousine drive by on the freeway, or pulled up to the expensive hotels downtown. Usually, it's around prom time, but if you're like me, it nevertheless makes you wonder more

  • Four Trees Of Easter

    Contributed by Charles Goza on Jan 19, 2010
    based on 13 ratings

    The four significant events in the last week of Jesus' life involved trees and can be likened to spiritual development in our life.

    Four Trees of Easter John 12:12-19 . TREES PLAY A MAJOR ROLE IN THE SCRIPTURE. MANY SIGNIFICANT EVENTS TOOK PLACE UNDER TREES. 1. Sin originated from eating fruit from the Forbidden Tree. 2. The first clothes were leaves from a fig tree. 3. Gen. 18. Under a grove of oak trees more

  • Preparing For Palm Sunday

    Contributed by Ajai Prakash on Mar 20, 2010
    based on 6 ratings

    This year how have we been preparing ourselves for Christ if He would show up at our door just as He did on this day show up at the door of Jerusalem?

    Opening illustration: A little boy was sick on Palm Sunday and stayed home from church with his mother. His father returned from church holding a palm branch. The little boy was curious and asked, "Why do you have that palm branch, dad?" "You see, when Jesus came into town, everyone waved Palm more

  • Why The Cry To Crucify? Series

    Contributed by Ken Mckinley on Mar 23, 2010
    based on 18 ratings

    This sermon takes a look at why the crowd cried crucify Him, when previously they had shouted Hosanna.

    Why the Cry to Crucify? Text: John 19:5-16 By: Ken McKinley (READ TEXT) The title of my sermon this morning is “Why the cry to crucify?” This is one of those questions you get asked in seminary. The professor asks, “Why did this crowd; that had openly welcomed Jesus into Jerusalem on Palm more

  • "The Donkey Who Thought He Was A Horse"

    Contributed by Kenneth Sauer on Mar 24, 2010
    based on 28 ratings

    In Luke, when Jesus rides into Jerusalem on the back of a donkey, the crowds cheer Him--though they have no idea what the next few days will bring. Tne King has come to pay a ransom: the ransom for human sin. So, let us cheer His triumphal entry, but be a

    Luke 19:28-40 Luke 23:1-49 “The Donkey who Thought He was a Horse” By: Ken Sauer, Pastor of East Ridge United Methodist Church, Chattanooga, TN There is nothing dignified about a donkey! We can look at him from any angle and we will fail to find what we might call a sense of more

  • Hollow Hosannas

    Contributed by Jerry Flury on Mar 27, 2010
    based on 9 ratings

    Hosanna! For some these shouts of praise were true expressions of worship; for others they were hollow hosannas – hollow hosannas which were empty words that outwardly appeared beautiful but lacked substance. Is the praise we offer only hollow hosannas?

    Hollow Hosannas Text: Matthew 21:1-17 Introduction: On the Sunday before His crucifixion Christ entered the city of Jerusalem riding upon a donkey while a multitude of people “went before and those who followed cried out, saying: "Hosanna! Blessed is He who comes in the name of the Lord!’ more

  • Seamos Humildes

    Contributed by Andrew Schroer on Mar 13, 2001
    based on 51 ratings

    San Pablo nos anima a ser humildes basando nuestra humildad en la humildad y gloria de nuestro Señor Jesucristo.

    GOOOOOOOL!!!!!!!!!!! Pues, al meter un gol o al clavar una canasta o al marcar un touchdown, ¿qué hacen los atletas hoy en día? Corren por la cancha gritando, muestran el número de su camiseta, bailan, brincan, lo que sea. Pues, con sus acciones realmente están diciendo, "Miren al gran yo. Yo more

  • The Ecstasy And The Agony

    Contributed by Bruce Howell on Mar 30, 2001
    based on 75 ratings

    The "ecstasy" surrounding the Triumphal Entry and the "agony" of Christ¡¦s realization that the masses rejected Him as their King.

    The Ecstasy and the Agony Luke 19:37-44 37 When he came near the place where the road goes down the Mount of Olives, the whole crowd of disciples began joyfully to praise God in loud voices for all the miracles they had seen: 38 "Blessed is the king who comes in the name of the Lord!" more

  • Palm Sunday- What Do We Expect?

    Contributed by Simon Harrison on Apr 5, 2001
    based on 115 ratings

    A simple exploration of what Jesus’ arrival in Jerusalem might have been like without the benefit of hindsight- and what this teaches us today.

    I remember as a small child really enjoying palm Sunday. At a small church in the middle of nowhere, I have this memory of being given a palm cross and being told to wave it about. Waving things about was what I was normally told NOT to do, so perhaps this is why it stuck in my mind. The other more

  • The Donkey Series

    Contributed by Troy Mason on Apr 23, 2001
    based on 93 ratings

    Lessons to be learned from God’s use of the donkey on Palm Sunday

    THE DONKEY John 12:12-19 Introduction: This begins a series of messages centering around Biblical characters that were important enough to be mentioned in the Bible, but who nonetheless get very little press time. Tonight we will look at the donkey Jesus rode on Palm Sunday. I don’t believe more

  • I've Got To Go

    Contributed by Rick Gillespie- Mobley on Apr 27, 2001
    based on 51 ratings

    This is a Palm Sunday sermon dealing with Jesus going to Jerusalem to cleanse the temple.

    “I’ve Have Got To Go” 4/8/2001 Psalm 118:15-29 Mark 10:32-34 Mark 11:12-19 How many of you remember that great theological parable sung by Glady’s Knights and the Pips. It is the story of a man who left Ga to pursue his dream of becoming a movie star in Los Angelos. While there he falls in more

  • The Hammer And The Donkey

    Contributed by David Limiero on May 2, 2001
    based on 53 ratings

    A narrative message for Palm Sunday contrasting the arrival of "The Hammer" (Judas Maccabeus) with that of Jesus.

    FIRST MOVEMENT: The Hammer They called him “the Hammer.” He probably got the name from his style of warfare. He attacked hard and fast, guerrilla-warfare style. The Hammer was a seasoned warrior. And, because of his success against overwhelming odds, he was a hero to his fellow more