Tag Archives: Palm Sunday sermon

  1. Glory, redefined (John 12.12-27) [sermon 3-25-18]

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    March 23, 2018 by jmar198013

    Just after a big parade where the people celebrated Jesus as King, he said: “The hour has come for the Son of Man to be glorified.” The glory he was talking about wasn’t the cheering crowds waving palm branches as he rode into town. It was in his death on the cross–when he was “lifted up from the earth”–and his resurrection. What does this story teach us about what glory really means?

  2. Your king will come to you (Luke 19.28b – 44) [sermon 4-9-2017, Passion Sunday]

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    April 7, 2017 by jmar198013

    When Jesus came to Jerusalem, he wept because the “City of Peace” didn’t “know the things that lead to peace.” Rather than judging ancient Jerusalem for not knowing better, God’s people today should rather ask ourselves: “Do WE know the things that lead to peace?”



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