If we go home today in a mindset of refection of what Christ has done for us, then we will have gotten what Christ has for us today.
Zechariah 9:9, Luke 19:28-40, Exodus 12:1-28
The history of the Passover makes the Passover very important to the Jewish people in years past and today. There is much more importance for us as Christians today.
Luke 2:46-49, Mathew 21:1-11, John 12:1-50
From a kingly point of view the donkey wouldn’t have been ask “kingly” as an Arabian horse. Jesus rode on a donkey. The donkey was a lowly, everyday mode of transportation and beast of burden.
Christ wasn’t interested in making a military presentation. He was more interested in making an exaltation of the “soul kingdom.”
Jesus received the highest of praise from the common people. People who recognized Jesus had the qualities of a messiah. He had met them, each one, right where they were.
Revelation 19:11-21 – There will be a final triumphal entry. This is a picture of the triumphant king, Jesus Christ. This will take place soon… the air is thickening with anticipation. Let’s be ready for that great and triumphal entry!