Monthly Archives: August 2021

Triumphantly into the Temple

Jesus not only entered Jerusalem in a triumphal parade, he continued on into the Temple. As he continued his triumphal entry in to the temple (Matthew 21:12–17), his actions and words challenge you to re-evaluate how you respond to him. … Continue reading

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The Compassion of the Son of David

We try to make facilities accessible to those who have physical challenges. But in the days Jesus walked on earth there was little that blind men could do except to beg. In Matthew 20:29–34 you are introduced to two of … Continue reading

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The Ransom Paid

Imagine that you’ve just received news from your doctor that you have a life-threatening illness. A close friend drops in, you share the news, and the response is something like, “I’m sorry, but I did come over to ask to … Continue reading

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The Son of Man Goes to Jerusalem

The trip that is described in Matthew 20:17–19 has a definite purpose. Recognize the purpose in Jesus’ trip to Jerusalem. Jesus went to Jerusalem to be crucified for you. Jesus had given earlier indications of his impending suffering and death, … Continue reading

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