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  • Jesus Weeps Over Jerusalem And Jesus Clears The Temple Series

    Contributed by Bobby Stults on Aug 28, 2010
    based on 5 ratings

    Jesus enters Jerusalem on the colt to the praises of a throng of followers and under the scrutiny of the religious leaders, but His mind is focused on the souls of the city of Jerusalem, which represented God's chosen nation.

    Read Luke 19:41-48… Setting the stage: v.41-48 detail the conclusion of Jesus’ journey toward Jerusalem toward the destined sacrifice He was sent here to make for the sins of the world. For many days Jesus had been on a resolute journey toward the city of Jerusalem. He had predicted more

  • If The Stones Could Talk

    Contributed by Rodelio Mallari on Dec 11, 2010
    based on 8 ratings

    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 more

  • Jesus Knew

    Contributed by Tom Tarpley on Mar 26, 2010
    based on 4 ratings

    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 more

  • The Wrong Horse

    Contributed by Jeffrey Powell on Mar 28, 2010

    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 more

  • A Matter Of The Heart

    Contributed by Duane Smith on Mar 28, 2010
    based on 4 ratings

    This message is intended to open our hearts to the message of the Gospel and encourage us to believe in Jesus Christ for salvation

    A MATTER OF THE HEART Luke 19:28-42 INTRODUCTION: A. Luke 19:28-42 And when he had thus spoken, he went before, ascending up to Jerusalem. And it came to pass, when he was come nigh to Bethphage and Bethany, at the mount called the mount of Olives, he sent two of his disciples, Saying, Go ye more

  • Ponder The Palm Sunday Paradox

    Contributed by Daniel Habben on Mar 28, 2010
    based on 3 ratings

    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 more

  • Recognizing What Time It Is

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Apr 22, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    There is nothing so fulfilling as good timing, nothing so embarassing as bad timing. Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem was wonderful for some, judgment time for others. What time is it for us? (MLK assassination anniversary)

    There is nothing quite so fulfilling as good timing. And nothing quite so embarrassing as bad timing. They say that the secret in being a comedian is good timing. Well, the secret in living is good timing. Quite a few years ago, a young lady in whom I was more than slightly interested had to be more

  • King For A Day

    Contributed by Mark Aarssen on May 29, 2009
    based on 5 ratings

    Could it be that many who followed Jesus into Jerusalem turned away from him when they realized Jesus was not going to overthrow the government? Do we seek our own selfish agenda through Christ or is He truly our King?

    King for a Day Luke 19:28-48 The word Hosanna is a Greek word which is translated from the Hebrew word hoshiiah na which means save now. A few weeks ago we learned Jesus was called Yeshua Hamashia or Jesus the Messiah. Today we celebrate and remember how Jesus was King for a Day as he rode into more

  • Every Member A Worshipper Series

    Contributed by Brian Bill on Apr 4, 2009
    based on 4 ratings

    Do what Jesus says -- even when it doesn’t make sense. Give what Jesus wants -- even when it isn’t easy. Feel what Jesus feels -- even when others don’t. Receive what Jesus offers -- even when others won’t.

    Every Member a Worshipper Luke 19:28-44 Rev. Brian Bill 4/5/09 A little boy was sick on Palm Sunday and stayed home from church with his mom. When church was over, his dad returned holding a palm branch. The little boy was curious and asked, “Why do you have that palm branch, dad?” The dad told more

  • Casual Admirer Or Faithful Follower?

    Contributed by Michael Luke on Jun 11, 2009
    based on 4 ratings

    Lessons from the Triumphal Entry to transform our view of the lost.

    PALM SUNDAY, 2009 “CASUAL ADMIRER OR FAITHFUL FOLLOWER?” LUKE 19:29-44; MATTHEW 21:10-11 OPEN How many of you like parades? I love to watch parades – especially when someone I know is in the parade. I could tell you some horror stories about being in parades. One involves being in the more

  • #5-Jesus Came To Rule As King Series

    Contributed by Jerry Blaxton on Mar 24, 2010
    based on 1 rating

    Fifth in a series leading up to Easter about why Jesus came.

    Sermon Notes Series: Why Did Jesus Come? Sermon: #5-Jesus Came to Reign Scripture: Luke 19: 28-40 1. In the Triumphal Entry, Jesus Declares H______________ that He Is King, v. 28-31 Jesus has great authority...over every part of who we are. … He reigns over all things. The people expected that more

  • How Can I Keep From Singing?

    Contributed by Dr. Fred W. Penney on May 23, 2011

    This sermon is based on the triumphal entry of Jesus into Jerusalem and addresses the question of cleansing the church and cleansing our hearts as he comes to us.

    "How Can I Keep From Singing?" Gospel Idea; A king who rides a donkey and conquers on a cross! Luke 19: 28 Gospel truth: My house shall be a House of Prayer.and a house of worship! Situation: King Jesus is coming to town...on a Donkey? Have you ever seen a coronation? The queen of more

  • Look At This! Your King Is Coming To You!

    Contributed by Doane Brubaker on Apr 24, 2011

    A Palm Sunday sermon; the five short stories in Luke 19 teach us how to properly welcome our King.

    Look at This! Your King is Coming to You! Luke 19:1-48 Sometimes children, teens and adults like to make fun of others. Was there something about you that other kids made fun of? [my broken tooth] Sometimes the teasing crosses the line into bullying. Were you bullied? Did you befriend someone more

  • The Donkey King

    Contributed by Ajai Prakash on Apr 12, 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

  • Easter 2011, Part 2

    Contributed by T.j. Conwell on Apr 13, 2011
    based on 4 ratings

    Jesus' triumphant entry into Jerusalem not only fulfilled the prophecy of Zechariah 9:9, but also served to show that obedience to His commands is what is required as a Believer today. This message also shows us the importance of our response to Him.

    Easter, Part 2 Luke 19:28-44 Introduction - This morning we continue our 5 week mini-series on the Easter season -- The Easter story is not just about Easter morning, but a culmination of events -- Each event marches us closer to the promise, that death of a Savior; Christ - It is in this study more