Jesus, the King of Glory

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Psalm 24:7-10; Matthew 21:1-11; Mark 11:1-111; Luke 19:28-44; John 12: 12-19; Isaiah 62:11, Zechariah 9:4; Psalm 118:25-26; 2 Samuel 7; Habakkuk 2:10-11; Luke 19:41-44


– The people had a deep desire for God to be with them.

– Jesus needed the obscure donkey.  No matter how obscure we may seem to be, Jesus needs us!

– What the people were doing and how they received Jesus was based on Scripture.

– Those that knew the Word knew Jesus would come on a donkey.

– I don’t need no rocks crying out for me, I will do it myself.

– There is no escaping from God.

– Jesus wept over the city because He knew that they would regret Him and they would be judged.

– The people did not recognize when God visited them, and that led to their demise.

– These questions are echoing through the heavens.  We need to have an answer.

  1. Who is this King of Glory?
  2. Why do you desire to see Jesus in your life? Curious, miracle worker, to do for you?
  3. For what reason do you want Jesus?
  4. Who do you say that Jesus is?

– The King of Glory will come in but the doors have to be opened.