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  • The Triumphal Entry

    Contributed by Randy Rice on Mar 28, 2006
    based on 14 ratings
     | 2,382 views

    Jesus bodly proclaimed Himself Messiah and King when He entered Jerusalem. In much the same way, He desires to enter our hearts as our King and Savior today. The question is, will you recieve Him, or reject Him?

    Introduction: Jesus entered Jerusalem with resounding praise and acceptance from His disciples and the multitude. But the temple leaders rejected Him as their Messiah and King. Who will you be like when Jesus comes to enter your life... the disciples who rejoiced at His triumphal entry or the ...read more

  • The Triumphal Entry

    Contributed by John Gerald on Mar 17, 2005
    based on 28 ratings
     | 3,161 views

    The beginning of the week before Jesus’ Crucifixion.

    THE TRIUMPHAL ENTRY A Palm Sunday Message Rev. John W. Gerald I. THE PROCESSION BEGINS AT THE MOUNT OF OLIVES Luke. 19: 29 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, The Mount of Olives, ...read more

  • The Triumphal Entry Series

    Contributed by Aaron Burgess on Apr 4, 2009
    based on 18 ratings
     | 28,670 views

    This sermon is from Matthew 21:1-11. It contains some historical background information on the triumphal entry and reminds us that another triumphal entry will take place when Jesus returns again. However, the second time he will be coming in conquest o

    The Triumphal Entry Matthew 21:1-11 If you have your Bibles open them to Matthew 21. We will take a three week break from Romans to prepare for the Easter season. The passage we are going to study today is known at the Triumphal Entry and is the beginning of what Christians call Holy Week. ...read more

  • The Triumphal Entry

    Contributed by Gregory Mc Donald on Feb 10, 2010
    based on 4 ratings
     | 2,852 views

    I'd like to look back at Psalm 103 because I believe that here we'll find six things for which we are to praise the Lord...six things that the disciples could relate to...things that I believe are what prompted the spontaneous praises that echoed through

    THE TRIUMPHAL ENTRY LUKE 19:28 40 I grew up in Northern Cambria. It was known for having some pretty good football teams. But there was one particularly memorable game against our arch rivals Cambria Heights that was very non typical. In the closing minutes of action the score is 31 0 and ...read more

  • The Triumphal Entry Series

    Contributed by James Chandler on Mar 30, 2003
    based on 158 ratings
     | 28,577 views

    We will look at the Triumphal Entry of Jesus into Jerusalem and discover three important principles for our lives.

    Matthew 21 The Triumphal Entry As they approached Jerusalem and came to Bethphage on the Mount of Olives, Jesus sent two disciples, saying to them, "Go to the village ahead of you, and at once you will find a donkey tied there, with her colt by her. Untie them and bring them to me. If anyone ...read more

  • The Triumphal Entry

    Contributed by Dennis Cocks on Mar 27, 2006
    based on 27 ratings
     | 12,828 views

    This morning I want to look at the triumphal entry of Jesus into Jerusalem. There are many aspects to His entry and things that followed that we will be looking at.

  • The Triumphal Entry Series

    Contributed by Matthew Kratz on Mar 19, 2016
     | 4,912 views

    1) The Faithful Arrival (Mark 11: 1– 7), 2) The Faithless Approval (Mark 11: 8– 10), 3) The Faithful Appraisal (Mark 11:11)

  • The Triumphal Entry

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on May 1, 2003
    based on 15 ratings
     | 2,796 views

    Is he the King that you welcome into your hearts– like the crowds did that Sunday 2000 years ago or Is he that uncomfortable person that you would like to get rid of, like the Jewish leaders did 2000 years ago.

  • Triumphal Entry Series

    Contributed by Jeremy James on Nov 21, 2004
    based on 30 ratings
     | 3,339 views

    Jesus made two triumphal entries, one in a manger, one on a donkey.

  • The Triumphal Entry

    Contributed by Richard White on Mar 28, 2009
    based on 6 ratings
     | 2,748 views

    This march is not like other conquering heroes march, it begins before the victory, and takes the Victor to Calvary the place of the triumph.

  • The Triumphal Entry

    Contributed by Jesse Bennett on Apr 5, 2009
    based on 1 rating
     | 3,992 views

    A "joy sucker" is someone who is determined to create either discouragement or hardship on your ministry. "Joy suckers" take on all shapes and sizes, but, most often, they are negative in their outlook, disappointed with their family, in need of attenti

  • The Triumphal Entry Series

    Contributed by Rev. Matthew Parker on Mar 28, 2010
     | 3,784 views

    Truly a perplexing event in the ministry of Jesus, the Triumphal Entry marked the beginning of Jesus' last week before His crucifixion.

  • The Triumphal Entry Series

    Contributed by Freddy Fritz on Sep 5, 2015
    based on 1 rating
     | 5,951 views

    The triumphal entry of Jesus into Jerusalem in Luke 19:28-40 shows us that Jesus was indeed the anticipated, coming king.

  • The Triumphal Entry Series

    Contributed by Dennis Davidson on Apr 14, 2014
    based on 18 ratings
     | 100,772 views

    Jesus, the Passover Lamb, heads into Jerusalem, where He initiates a massive public demonstration as He offers Himself to be King of Israel. This event is the inauguration of the Prince of Peace as King of kings.

  • Triumphal Entry Series

    Contributed by Matthew Kratz on Apr 9, 2017
     | 3,877 views

    The Messiah’s dramatic triumphal entry into Jerusalem helps us understand the Hand of God behind the: 1) The Preparation (Luke 19:28–35), 2) The Adoration (Luke 19:36–38), and 3) The Condemnation (Luke 19:39-44).