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  • The Triumphal Entry Series

    Contributed by Stephen Weatherby on Aug 16, 2021
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    The Triumphal Entry

    If I were to ask you if you ever felt out of place, or like you didn’t match the expectations that people had of you, how many of you could relate to that statement? I know that I certainly can! And this looks different for everybody. For some people, it’s the big things. Maybe your parents had more

  • The Triumphal Entry Series

    Contributed by Matthew Kratz on Mar 19, 2016

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

    Carved into a towering cliff in central Afghanistan stood two gigantic statues. Hewn out of the living sandstone rock, they were figures of the Buddha, dominating the Bamiyan Valley which they overlook. The statues stood on the ancient Silk Road, the old trade route which stretched through more

  • The Triumphal Entry Series

    Contributed by Rev. Matthew Parker on Mar 28, 2010

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

    Sermon for CATM – March 28, 2010 – The Triumphal Entry – Matthew 21:1-10 Over the past number of weeks we have been travelling with Jesus on His journey to the cross. We’ve seen Jesus being tempted in the desert, we’ve seen the transfiguration. Lazarus was brought more

  • The Triumphal Entry

    Contributed by Gregory Mc Donald on Feb 10, 2010
    based on 5 ratings

    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 more

  • The Triumphal Entry Series

    Contributed by Nnaemeka Durueke on Apr 6, 2019
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    The triumphal entry was significant not only to the people of Jesus' days but to Christians throughout history.

    THEME: IT IS FINISHED TOPIC: THE TRIUMPHAL ENTRY TEXT: JOHN 12:12-19. INTRODUCTION It becomes clear that the triumphal entry was a significant event, not only to the people of Jesus' day but to Christians throughout history. We celebrate Palm Sunday to remember that more

  • The Triumphal Entry Series

    Contributed by Dennis Davidson on Apr 14, 2014
    based on 20 ratings

    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.

    MATTHEW 21: 1-11 [Mark 11:1-11; Luke 19:28-42; John 12:12-14] THE TRIUMPHAL ENTRY [Psalm 24:7–10] During Passover time, Jerusalem was crowded with visitors. Every Jewish adult from a twenty mile radius was obligated to attend the celebrations, and this number was added to by many, more

  • Triumphal Entry Series

    Contributed by Matthew Kratz on Apr 9, 2017

    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).

    For some time now, migrant journeys from hostile lands to European and North American countries have been making headlines. Great masses of peoples have left their home countries, many of which are war zones, seeking safety and security. Yet the mass migration of peoples have resulted in riots, more

  • The Triumphal Entry Series

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

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

    Scripture Three years ago I started preaching through The Gospel of Luke. I titled the series, “To Seek and to Save the Lost.” In the very first sermon of the series, of which this is now the 114th sermon, I said that the key to understanding Luke’s Gospel is given to us in more

  • Triumphal Entry Series

    Contributed by John Lowe on Feb 2, 2018

    The record of Jesus' last week begins here. The time had arrived for Him to present Himself openly to the Jewish people as their Messiah-King. He would do this in fulfillment of the prophecy of Zechariah 9:9.

    -Sunday- Bethany, Jerusalem, Bethany (Title) Triumphal Entry (Zech. 9:9), Matt. 21:1-9, Mark 11:1-11, Luke 19:28-44 (Focal Passage), John 12:12-19 28 When He had said this, He went on ahead, going up to Jerusalem. 29 And it came to pass, when He drew near to Bethphage and Bethany, at more

  • The Triumphal Entry

    Contributed by Jerry Cosper on Feb 28, 2012
    based on 4 ratings

    We see the revelation of Jesus as the coming King. It involves both a false concept and the true concept of His coming. It’s a picture of how men have seen Jesus down through the centuries.

    Tonight we see the revelation of Jesus as the coming King. It involves both a false concept and the true concept of His coming. It’s a picture of how men have seen Jesus down through the centuries. Tonight’s passage is the familiar passage of Jesus’ triumphal entry into more

  • Triumphal Entry Series

    Contributed by Jeremy James on Nov 21, 2004
    based on 31 ratings

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

    This week starts the season of Lent. During this season we begin to prepare ourselves for the Passion Week, Good Friday, and Easter Sunday. Through Lent I will be giving a series on the Passion Week. Each week we will look at another aspect of that glorious and painful week. Triumphal more

  • Triumphal Entry

    Contributed by Ajai Prakash on Feb 29, 2008
    based on 4 ratings

    Commotion and confusion enveloped the city of Jerusalem because everyone followed Jesus and no one gave heed or concern to the Pharisees. Thus the Pharisees had envy and held a grudge against Jesus, which had been festering since long and had solidified f

    Triumphal Entry [Palm Sunday] Matthew 21: 1 – 11 v 1 (a) Drew near Jerusalem 1st Salem 2nd Jerhu Salem + Jerhu = Jerusalem [City of Peace] (b) Mount of Olives Physical location of Christ’s Ascension & His 2nd Coming. © Sent 2 disciples - John 20: 21 Application: When God sends more

  • The Triumphal Entry

    Contributed by Jesse Bennett on Apr 5, 2009
    based on 4 ratings

    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

    Here is a true story about a nine-year-old boy who lived in a rural town in Tennessee. His house was in a poor area of the community. A church had a bus ministry that came knocking on his door one Saturday afternoon. The kid came to answer the door and greeted the bus pastor. The bus pastor asked more

  • The Triumphal Entry Series

    Contributed by Aaron Burgess on Apr 4, 2009
    based on 18 ratings

    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. more

  • The Triumphal Entry

    Contributed by Richard White on Mar 28, 2009
    based on 6 ratings

    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 Matt 21:1-11 Every conquering hero has a “victor’s parade.” The march goes through the countryside with the foot soldiers leading, maybe charioteers or cavalry to follow, with the captives somewhere in the middle. The conquering hero would come from the rear riding high more