Jesus Amazing Arrival into Jerusalem

Matthew 21:1-11; Zechariah 9:9; Isaiah 62:11

Palm Sunday, May 5, 2020

Points to Ponder

  1. When Jesus sends you on a mission you must follow His detailed instruction (Matthew 21:1-3).
  2. Jesus had to fulfill the ancient of days biblical prophies as written in the Old Testament to reconcile us to God (Mathew 21:4-5, Zechariah 9:9, Isaiah 62:11).
  3. It’s very important to follow the instructions of Jesus and to make personal sacrifices for our savior (Mathew 21:6-8).
  4. Jesus has many ways of impacting peoples’ lives to deliver them from their destructive ways (Matthew 21:9-11).

Something to consider

Today we celebrate Palm Sunday because Jesus chose to come from heaven to sacrifice himself for the atonement of our sins. Jesus chose two of the 12 disciples to get the donkey and her colt. The disciples trusted Jesus’ strange requests and took the journey of faith. They returned with the donkey and her colt as requested. 

They didn’t deviate from Jesus’s instruction. It was interesting Jesus didn’t want the donkey and her colt separated probably to keep the mother calm.  Jesus is always concerned about situations which might have negative and positive impact in our lives. Jesus’ loves us it’s guaranteed his love will never perish.

We must love, support, help and encourage others during these difficult times for the glory of God as we celebrate Palm Sunday and Easter. Let’s have an amazing entrance into the lives others who don’t know Jesus.

He loves us and has given us a free will to make choices.  Jesus constantly displays his love through us to others daily.  We must remain in the world and sacrifice our lives assisting others for the glory of God. 

The disciples and the peoples in Jerusalem saw his amazing love based on His past actions.  Jesus was on his final journey before his life would be given up for the sins of the world. His purpose was to reconcile us to God Almighty. 

We are on a journey everyday of our lives for the glory of God whether we believe it or not.  We must aggressively pray for God intervention to strengthen us and empower us to trust Him during these difficult times in the world.

Let’s triumphally enter the lives of those needing assistance regardless of their social status.  God wants us to work together for humanity and for the protection of our environment. Jesus wants to inter into your life today and every day. If you don’t know Christ. Please repent of your sin and accept Jesus as your personal savior and you shall be saved. He expects a tremendous change in your life.  I encourage you to read and meditate on God’s Word and fellowship

(c) 2020 Billy J. Strawter, Sr

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