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Jesus! Get off your donkey now!

I want to look at this intersection of one of Jesus’ most triumphant event and one of Jesus’ most tragic event. In the calendar of the Christian Church this is known as Palm Sunday. Some speak of our Lord’s entry into Jerusalem as a tragic entry. His entry was one of indescribable sadness if we consider the highlights of Jesus’ ministry and the surrounding situation. It was a very, very sad entry. Although a picture of indescribable sadness, it’s an event that moves into indescribable joy. This is why we normally speak of our Lord’s entry into Jerusalem as a triumphal entry. I invite you to turn to your Bible to Matthew chapter 21. We are going to received a word from God, by opening the Wor

Jesus Takes the Dirt

I want to look at this intersection of the most terrific person, Jesus Christ, and the most tragic person, Judas Iscariot. I invite you to turn to your Bibles to John chapter 13. We are going to received a word from God, by opening the Word of God. I want you to imagine that you know that you have less than a week to live. Imagine that you are healthy, well, and the reason you are going to die is because a pretend friend of yours, a betrayer, has for a few years been plotting against you. That have a plot to murder you. And then you are coming face-to-face with that person on the final days of your life, this is someone who you have loved, this is someone you have loved, served and someone y

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