The Triumphant Entry of Jesus (27 of 37) by Stan Coffey
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Series: Then Came Jesus
I. JESUS DEMONSTRATES HIS DEITY
II. JESUS DEMONSTRATES HIS AUTHORITY
III. JESUS MANIFAST HIMSELF TO ISRAEL
IV. TRIUMPHAT ENTRY WAS AN EXAMINATION
I want you to turn today for our study in God's word to the Gospel of Mark Chapter 11 and beginning in Verse 1. We've been studying for many months now the Gospel of Mark following the footsteps of Jesus and looking at the life of Jesus and seeing how Jesus moved among people and worked in their lives of people.
Today I want to speak on the ''Triumphant Entry of Jesus''. One of the most tremendous events in the life of Jesus, in His earthly ministry, was His presentation to Israel as her Messiah.
The prophet Zechariah said, ''Behold your Christ, your Messiah, your Savior cometh unto you riding upon a donkey and that fulfillment of that Bible prophecy took place in Mark Chapter 11 when Jesus came through that eastern gate and presented Himself as the Messiah of the Jews and the Savior of the world.
Now look at Verse 1 and we'll read these eleven verses. ''AND WHEN THEY CAME NIGH TO JERUSALEM, UNTO BETHPHAGE AND BETHANY, AT THE MOUNT OF OLIVES, HE SENDETH FORTH TWO OF HIS DISCIPLES,
AND SAITH UNTO THEM, GO YOUR WAY INTO THE VILLAGE OVER AGAINST YOU: AND AS SOON AS YE BE ENTERED INTO IT, YE SHALL FIND A COLT TIED, WHEREON NEVER MAN SAT; LOOSE HIM, AND BRING HIM.
AND IF ANY MAN SAY UNTO YOU, WHY DO YE THIS? SAY YE THAT THE LORD HATH NEED OF HIM; AND STRAIGHTWAY HE WILL SEND HIM HITHER. AND THEY WENT THEIR WAY, AND FOUND THE COLT TIED BY THE DOOR WITHOUT IN A PLACE WHERE TWO WAYS MET; AND THEY LOOSE HIM.
AND CERTAIN OF THEM THAT STOOD THERE SAID UNTO THEM, WHAT DO YE, LOOSING THE COLT? AND THEY SAID UNTO THEM EVEN AS JESUS HAD COMMANDED: AND THEY LET THEM GO.
AND THEY BROUGHT THE COLT TO JESUS, AND CAST THEIR GARMENTS ON HIM; AND HE SAT UPON HIM. AND MANY SPREAD THEIR GARMENTS IN THE WAY: AND OTHERS C ...
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