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The Palm Sunday Mysteries: The Mystery Of The Donkeys

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On the first "Palm Sunday",  Jesus entered the city of Jerusalem riding on a young donkey.  Why did He do this?  The simple answer is that He was fulfilling the prophecy found in Zechariah 9:9-10.  This is confirmed by Matthew 21:4-6.  However, the question remains, Why donkeys?  

The Palm Sunday Mysteries: The Mystery of the Day

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On April 6, AD 32, Jesus rode into Jerusalem on a young donkey.  He was presenting Himself as Israel's Messiah! BUT, they did not recognize that it was time for their "visitation".  Why didn't they know that this very day was promised to them?

The Triumphal Entry: A Living Parable

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On April 6, AD 32, Jesus, with much fanfare,  rode into Jerusalem on a young donkey.  Instead of telling a story, Jesus delivers a message "live" and in living color.  Hidden in this humble donkey ride into Jerusalem are truths about who Jesus is, His mission, and the fulfillment of numerous prophecies, including a staggering  500-year-old  prediction of when Israel's Messiah (Christ) would present Himself as King!  There are blessings waiting for us as we discover these hidden treasures.

Where Shall We Buy Bread That These May Eat?

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  This riddle in John 6:4 was used by Jesus to test His disciples!  Can you answer the riddle?  What did Jesus want them to learn?  Before they could go to the nations and make disciples, they had to know the answer.  Jesus actually demonstrated the answer in a living parable that is called, "The Feeding of the 5,000".  In this article, we show you how to solve biblical riddles! 

Five Mysteries Of Palm Sunday Uncovered

Palm Sunday, the day of Jesus' ' Triumphal Entry into Jerusalem began the most important week in human history.  On this day, a  parade featuring Jesus riding on a young donkey began at Bethsaida and proceeded into Jerusalem.  Multitudes joined the processional by laying leafy branches and clothing in the pathway and shouting, "Hosanna! ‘Blessed is He who comes in the name of the Lord!  The King of Israel!".  Have you ever wondered what this "parade" was really all about?


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