As we begin our new, short series for Easter, Pastor Bryan Catherman opened to the prophecy of Zachariah 9:9 to kick off a discussion about the meaning of Palm Sunday. Then he moved to the New Testament to see the fulfillment of the prophecy in Matthew 21:1-11, John 12:12-16, Mark 11:1-10, and Luke 19:28-40. How should we think of this coming King. What does it mean that he’s on a baby donkey? And how was is possible that the city would praise Jesus on Sunday but by the following Friday morning they were screaming, “Crucify Him!”? If you weren’t able to join us for worship on Sunday, you can still listen to Pastor Bryan’s sermon, “The Coming King” (Zach 9:9).
*Note: Pastor Bryan indicated that he jumped over a name in his notes, leaving the listener to think that Alexander the Great was the one who killed a pig in the Temple, but it was actually Antiochus IV Epiphanes who did it, during Empire and rule of Alexander.
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