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  • Jesus, A King For All.

    Contributed by Dr. Jeffrey Dukeman on Nov 27, 2018
     | 3,823 views

    At the triumphal entry, Luke emphasizes that Jesus has some similarities with Roman rulers, even while having important differences, in order to help make the point that Jesus is a king for all.

    12/2/18 Luke 19:28–40 This morning we begin a new church year, a year that will focus on readings from Luke’s Gospel. Luke has some distinctive themes and emphases. One that is central is that Luke wrote his Gospel in a way that would be easily accessible to people in the Roman Empire. The early ...read more

  • I'm Just A Donkey

    Contributed by Luther Sexton on Feb 22, 2019
    based on 3 ratings
     | 11,728 views

    For at this chapter begins that which is called the passion-week. He rode in on a donkey. When we get to thinking too much of our self, we need to remember, we are just donkeys carrying the WORD. The glory goes to Jesus.

    I’M JUST A DONKEY SCRIPTURE: Matthew 21:1- 11 ; Mark 11:1-10; Luke 19:29-40 (READ); John 12:12-19 INTRODUCTION: For at this chapter begins that which is called the passion-week. M. H. All the four evangelists take notice of this passage of Christ’s riding in triumph into Jerusalem, five days ...read more

  • Palm Sunday - Triumph Or Tragedy? Series

    Contributed by Stephen Sheane on Mar 16, 2010
    based on 19 ratings
     | 15,277 views

    Some saw Jesus entering Jerusalem as a triumph. Others saw it as a tragedy. Many simply missed what was happening.

    PALM SUNDAY - TRIUMPH OR TRAGEDY? Did anyone here watch Canada defeat America for the gold medal in hockey a few weeks ago. Odds are that you did. An estimated 17 million Canadians (more than half the population or Canada) tuned in to the game making it the most watched TV broadcast in ...read more

  • Uncle Andy's Pancake House

    Contributed by Fr Mund Cargill Thompson on Mar 31, 2018
     | 5,464 views

    Worship is like sex. If you are only having sex because you love your partner and you know they are into it but really you just want to get it over with, then you are missing the point. It is meant to be fun. It’s the same with worship.

    {in a monotone voice} Today we are here to bore you. That is what worship is all about. After all, that is what happened on the first Palm Sunday. As Jesus entered Jerusalem a few bored people managed a half hearted {sigh} “Hosanna to the Son of David”. A few more people who had been daydreaming ...read more

  • Palm Sunday 2018 - Crowds Blinded By The World

    Contributed by Stephen Belokur on Mar 29, 2018
     | 4,293 views

    It is so difficult to have an eternal perspective on events when the temporal is all you've ever known and you cannot experience the eternal with any of the five physical senses. Palm Sunday is proof of this.

    Please stand with me as we say together our newest memory Scripture ... 2 Timothy 2:11-13 “Here is a trustworthy saying: If we died with Him, we will also live with Him; if we endure, we will also reign with Him. If we disown Him, He will also disown us; if we are faithless, He remains faithful, ...read more

  • Behold The King: The Cross Before The Crown

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Mar 26, 2018
     | 4,674 views

    God’s desired will — with omissions and out of sequence — is no longer God’s will. The cross could not be bypassed. Jesus had to wear the crown of thorns before He could wear the crown of the Kingdom.

    Behold The King: The Cross Before the Crown (Various Portions of the Gospels) 1. One blogger writes, “Today, I was waiting at the bus stop and noticed a girl that I played netball with. I ran across the road to meet her and she ran across the car park to meet me. We hugged and looked at each ...read more

  • Our Savior Has Come

    Contributed by Mark Aarssen on Jun 24, 2018
     | 3,889 views

    The people of Israel were looking for a Messiah but when He arrived they could not recognize him. Do we recognize Jesus as our Messiah today?

    Our Savior Has Come Luke 19:28-38 Today we mark the Triumphal entry of Jesus into Jerusalem that we call Palm Sunday. We call this the Triumphal entry because of how the people responded by making a parade of Jesus entrance. All the gospel writers record this event with different ...read more

  • If The Stones Could Talk

    Contributed by Rodelio Mallari on Dec 12, 2010
    based on 8 ratings
     | 4,898 views

    Israel is filled with stones. Jesus had a lot of contact with stones during His earthly life. He walked, sat, prayed, wept, and even bled on them. Houses and roads were made of piled stones. I wonder if those stones could talk, what stories would they tel

    Intro: Summary of text. Israel is filled with stones. Jesus had a lot of contact with stones during His earthly life. He walked, sat, prayed, wept, and even bled on them. Houses and roads were made of piled stones. I wonder if those stones could talk, what stories would they tell? Let’s visit a ...read more

  • Jesus Knew

    Contributed by Tom Tarpley on Mar 27, 2010
    based on 4 ratings
     | 3,959 views

    What separates us from the crowd on the side of the road?

    Sermon Title: Jesus Knew Luke 19:28-44 Hi, my name is Thomas, you have probably heard about me, I am one of Jesus’ disciples. I want to take you on an imaginary journey, back to the day of the first Palm Sunday. I want you to travel with me this morning to see if we can answer the ...read more

  • Ponder The Palm Sunday Paradox

    Contributed by Daniel Habben on Mar 29, 2010
    based on 3 ratings
     | 7,627 views

    Ponder the Palm Sunday Paradox 1) An almighty king rides to his death. 2) A humble king commands our praise.

    Do you know what a paradox is? A paradox is a true statement that at first appears contradictory. Here’s an example: “The more you learn, the less you know.” Here’s another paradox: “Less is more.” Christianity is filled with paradoxes. Take the Palm Sunday ...read more

  • Easter: Jesus The King - Fully Prepared To Fail (In The Eyes Of The World)

    Contributed by Warner Pidgeon on Mar 29, 2010
     | 3,008 views

    Prepared for Palm Sunday 2010 but also focusing on the Cross and beyond, this sermon affirms the fulfilment of prophecy on ’Palm’ Sunday and suggests that Jesus was fully prepared to fail in the eyes of the world, as he knew God would ultimately vindicate

    About six years ago a friend of mine said, “The trouble with being a leader today is that you can’t be sure whether people are following you or chasing you.” Jesus was in his early 30’s and he was heading towards Jerusalem (19:28). Three years of ministry had catapulted Jesus into the limelight. ...read more

  • The Wrong Horse

    Contributed by Jeffrey Powell on Mar 29, 2010
     | 2,977 views

    Preached Palm Sunday 2010. Many religious people of Jesus' day thought they were winning by killing Jesus. They, like many today inside and outside the church let their isn and pride stand in the way of a true relationship with Christ and lost the race. T

    Luke 19vv25-48 The Wrong Horse Two Kentucky farmers who owned racing stables had developed a keen rivalry. One spring, each of them entered a horse in a local steeplechase. Thinking that a professional rider might help him outdo his friend, one of the farmers engaged a crack jockey. The two horses ...read more

  • An Ovation For The King Series

    Contributed by Major Gerardo Balmori on Apr 2, 2011
    based on 16 ratings
     | 6,751 views

    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 – ...read more

  • Jesus Was Generating Something

    Contributed by Greg Carr on Apr 15, 2011
    based on 1 rating
     | 4,261 views

    Jesus generated a lot of different feelings and actions. In this message we look at the triumphal entry into Jerusalem to see 5 things that Jesus generates in us.

    Everyone knows what it is like to ride on a roller coaster; the ups and the downs and the turns and the loops. A roller coaster can be fun and exciting and it can be terrifying and cause anxiety. When I was younger I would love to go on a roller coaster. The faster it was the better it was. ...read more

  • The Donkey King

    Contributed by Ajai Prakash on Apr 13, 2011
    based on 5 ratings
     | 8,094 views

    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 ...read more