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  • John 14:14 Matthew 21:22
  • The Archaeological Study Bible on page 1596, under the heading of A King Riding on a Donkey: Cultural Significance…
  • The Archaeological Study Bible on page 1596, under the heading of A King Riding on a Donkey: Cultural Significance…
  • The Archaeological Study Bible on page 1596, under the heading of A King Riding on a Donkey: Cultural Significance…
  • Zechariah 9:9 John 12:14
  • Zechariah 9:9 John 12:14
  • Zechariah 9:9 John 12:14
  • Zechariah 9:9 John 12:14
  • Zechariah 9:9 John 12:14
  • John 12:14 Zechariah 9:9
  • The Archaeological Study Bible says, on Page 1597, 21:8
  • The Archaeological Study Bible says, on Page 2056, Palm Branches In Israel
  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psalm_118
  • John MacArthur study Bible page 848
  • Mark 9:23 Psalm 57:2 Philippians 4:13,
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Matthew 21,  Palm Sunday, Triumphal Entry,  The triumphal entry is the story of Jesus, the Creator of the universe, the King of Kings, the King of the Jews, entering into Jerusalem on a borrowed donkey’s colt,  Prophecy Fulfilled,  Hosanna to the Son of Matthew 21, Palm Sunday, Triumphal Entry, The triumphal entry is the story of Jesus, the Creator of the universe, the King of Kings, the King of the Jews, entering into Jerusalem on a borrowed donkey’s colt, Prophecy Fulfilled, Hosanna to the Son of Presentation Transcript

  • Matthew 21:1-11Palm Sunday, TriumphalEntryThe triumphal entry is the story of Jesus, theCreator of the universe, the King of Kings, theKing of the Jews, entering into Jerusalem on aborrowed donkey’s colt.
  • One Of The Most Significant Events• The Archaeological Study Bible says, "Jesus entrance intoJerusalem on Palm Sunday represents one of the mostsignificant public events of his ministry. Each of the fourGospels records this incident, though with distinctivedetails... Central to each report is Jesus deliberate choiceto enter the city riding up on a donkey. Scholars have notedthree significant points regarding this chosen mount. Theseaspects are not mutually exclusive, and each contributes toa more complete appreciation of the meaning of Jesussymbolic action and its decisive consequences:• * The donkey was a traditional mount for kings and rulers inthe ancient near East...; Jesus was therefore making animplicit claim to be the king of his people.• * The act of riding into Jerusalem on a donkey near the
  • One Of The Most Significant Events• time of the Passover celebration invoked a central image ofMessianic expectation, linked to key Biblical texts... Two ofthe four Evangelists explained the significance of Jesusentrance explicitly as the fulfillment of Scripture.... InJewish literature and teaching, moreover, the image of aking on a donkey approaching Jerusalem was consistentlyunderstood to signify the arrival of the Messianic King.Thus, Jesus was claiming to be the Messiah and proclaimingthat the age of restoration was dawning through his ownperson.• * In light of the frequent Old Testament association ofhorses with war and human pride, the donkey may havepresented an image of peaceful humility. Jesus, in thisinterpretation, was making a statement regarding thenature of his kingship.…"
  • I’ll Summarize This Significant Event• * The donkey =kings and rulers, Jesus was claiming to bethe king of his people.• * Riding a donkey into Jerusalem at Passover= MessianicKing and the age of restoration• * Horses = war and human pride, the donkey=peacefulhumility• This was the nature of His 1st. Coming• Isaiah 42:3 "A bruised reed He will not break And a dimlyburning wick He will not extinguish; He will faithfully bringforth justice.• Matthew 12:20 "A BATTERED REED HE WILL NOT BREAKOFF, AND A SMOLDERING WICK HE WILL NOT PUT OUT,UNTIL HE LEADS JUSTICE TO VICTORY.• 21 "AND IN HIS NAME THE GENTILES WILL HOPE.“ [Have You]
  • Matthew 21:1-2, Bethphage• Matthew 21:1 When they had approachedJerusalem and had come to Bethphage, at theMount of Olives, then Jesus sent two disciples, 2saying to them, "Go into the village opposite you,and immediately you will find a donkey tied thereand a colt with her; untie them and bring them toMe.• Bethphage is close to Bethany• Mark 11:1 As they approached Jerusalem, atBethphage and Bethany, near the Mount ofOlives, He sent two of His disciples, [Luke 19:29]
  • Matthew 21:1, Bethphage• Matthew 21:1 When they had approachedJerusalem and had come to Bethphage, at theMount of Olives, then Jesus sent two disciples,• Bethphage is close to Bethany• Mark 11:1 As they approached Jerusalem, atBethphage and Bethany, near the Mount ofOlives, He sent two of His disciples, [Luke 19:29]
  • Jerusalem From The Mount Of Olives,Looking West Across The Kidron Valley
  • Matthew 21:2, A Donkey Tied There• Matthew 21:1 …find a donkey tied there…• Genesis 49:8 Judah, your brothers will praise you. Your handwill be on the neck of your enemies, your fathers sons willbow down before you. 9 You are a lions cub, Judah, from theprey, my son, you have gone up. He crouches and lies downlike a lion; like a lioness– who will rouse him? 10 The scepterwill not depart from Judah, nor the rulers staff from betweenhis feet, until he comes to whom it belongs; the nations willobey him. 11 Binding his foal to the vine, and his colt to thechoicest vine, he will wash his garments in wine, his robes inthe blood of grapes.
  • Matthew 21:3, Fetch A Donkey• Matthew 21:3 "If anyone says anything to you, you shallsay, The Lord has need of them, and immediately he willsend them.”• Jesus said “he will send them,” = “Here’s my keys”• How’d He know?• #1, Pre-arranged, #2, owners recognized them, #3, H. Spirit• Luke 19:33 As they were untying the colt, its owners said tothem, "Why are you untying the colt?"• Mark 11:2 and said to them, "Go into the village oppositeyou, and immediately as you enter it, you will find a colttied there, on which no one yet has ever sat; untie it andbring it here.• 520 years earlier Zechariah wrote 9:9
  • Matthew 21:4-5, Prophecy Fulfilled• Matthew 21:4 This took place to fulfill whatwas spoken through the prophet:• 5 "SAY TO THE DAUGHTER OF ZION, BEHOLDYOUR KING IS COMING TO YOU, GENTLE, ANDMOUNTED ON A DONKEY, EVEN ON A COLT,THE FOAL OF A BEAST OF BURDEN."
  • Matthew 21:2, My Time Is Not Yet• Jesus was intentionally fulfilling Zechariah 9:9• Jesus did this during His 1st. Coming, on PalmSunday, by His Triumphal Entry, literally• No longer John 7:6…"My time is not yet…”• In all 4 gospels; Luke 19:28, Mk 11, & John12:12• Yet, Zechariah 9:9 has a context;
  • Zechariah 9:8-16, Split Fulfillment• Zechariah 9:8-16 But I will camp around My house becauseof an army, Because of him who passes by and returns; Andno oppressor will pass over them anymore, For now I haveseen with My eyes. 9 Rejoice greatly, O daughter of Zion!Shout in triumph, O daughter of Jerusalem! Behold, yourking is coming to you; He is just and endowed withsalvation, Humble, and mounted on a donkey, Even on acolt, the foal of a donkey. 10 I will cut off the chariot fromEphraim And the horse from Jerusalem; And the bow ofwar will be cut off. And He will speak peace to thenations; And His dominion will be from sea to sea, Andfrom the River to the ends of the earth. 11 As for you also,because of the blood of My covenant with you, I have setyour prisoners free from the waterless pit. 12 Return to thestronghold, O prisoners who have the hope;
  • Zechariah 9:8-16, Split Fulfillment• This very day I am declaring that I will restore double toyou. 13 For I will bend Judah as My bow, I will fill the bowwith Ephraim. And I will stir up your sons, O Zion, againstyour sons, O Greece; And I will make you like a warriorssword. 14 Then the LORD will appear over them, And Hisarrow will go forth like lightning; And the Lord GOD willblow the trumpet, And will march in the storm winds ofthe south. 15 The LORD of hosts will defend them. And theywill devour and trample on the sling stones; And they willdrink and be boisterous as with wine; And they will be filledlike a sacrificial basin, Drenched like the corners of the altar.16 And the LORD their God will save them in that day Asthe flock of His people; For they are as the stones of acrown, Sparkling in His land.
  • Zechariah 9:9-10, Literal Fulfillment• If Jesus literally fulfilled, historically, Zech 9:9;• Zechariah 9:9 Rejoice greatly, O daughter of Zion!Shout in triumph, O daughter of Jerusalem!Behold, your king is coming to you; He is just andendowed with salvation, Humble, and mountedon a donkey, Even on a colt, the foal of a donkey.• Zechariah 9:10 I will cut off the chariot fromEphraim And the horse from Jerusalem; And thebow of war will be cut off. And He will speakpeace to the nations; And His dominion will befrom sea to sea, And from the River to the endsof the earth.
  • Mat 21:5/Zech 9:9, “daughter of Zion”• Zechariah 9:9…O daughter of Zion! Shout intriumph, O daughter of Jerusalem!...• NET Matthew 21:5 "Tell the people of Zion, Look,your king is coming to you, unassuming andseated on a donkey…• NET Notes (Mat 21:5) = “The idiom "daughter ofZion" has been translated as "people of Zion"because the original idiom, while firmlyembedded in the Christian tradition, is notunderstandable to most modern English readers.”
  • Matthew 21:2+5, Mounted On A Colt• John 12:14 Jesus, finding a young donkey [neutersingular], sat on it; as it is written,• Zechariah 9:9…Even on a colt [masculine singular], thefoal of a donkey [neuter singular].
  • Matthew 21:6-8, Coats & Branches• Matthew 21:6 The disciples went and did justas Jesus had instructed them, 7 and broughtthe donkey and the colt, and laid their coatson them; and He sat on the coats. 8 Most ofthe crowd spread their coats in the road, andothers were cutting branches from the treesand spreading them in the road.
  • Archaeological Study Bible, CoatsArchaeological Study Bible on 21:8 says,“Spreading their cloaks on the roads was anact of royal homage. The word "branches"means "leaves" or "leafy branches," whichwere readily available in nearby fields. OnlyJohn mentioned palm branches (see Jn 12:13),which may have come from Jericho, since theyare not native to Jerusalem ...
  • Matthew 21:6-8, Palm Branches• They had to have been thinking; palm branches… rejoice before theLORD;• Leviticus 23:40 Now on the first day you shall take for yourselvesthe foliage of beautiful trees, palm branches and boughs of leafytrees and willows of the brook, and you shall rejoice before theLORD your God for seven days.• John 12:13 took the branches of the palm trees and went out tomeet Him, and began to shout, "Hosanna! BLESSED IS HE WHOCOMES IN THE NAME OF THE LORD, even the King of Israel.”• So where’d they get them, if “not native to Jerusalem”• John 12:12 On the next day the large crowd who had come to thefeast, when they heard that Jesus was coming to Jerusalem,• Matthew 20:29 As they were leaving Jericho, a large crowd followedHim.
  • Palms Not Native To Har Megiddo
  • Archaeological Study Bible, PalmBranches• The Archaeological Study Bible says, "The branches of the datepalm appear in symbolism of Greek, Roman and Jewish cultures;• * Palms were a longstanding sign of victory in the Greek world...• * Palm branches were associated with the…Feast of Tabernacles …• * Together with the myrtle, willow and citron, they formed thelulab, an object the rabbis tell us was shaken at the recitation ofPsalm 118:25: "O Lord, save us!" (Hebrew, Hosanna!). In John 12:13the crowds waved their palm branches while shouting this sameverse…• Palm branches thus vividly depicted Gods victory and thedeliverance of his people. Revelation 7:9 portrays Christians whohave overcome the persecutions of this world as waving palmbranches and wearing white robes. The symbolism of the palmbranches would have been meaningful to any ancient reader, butespecially to one familiar with the place of palm branches in Jewishtradition and worship."
  • Matthew 21:9-11“Hosanna to the Son of David”• Matthew 21:9 The crowds going ahead ofHim, and those who followed, were shouting,"Hosanna to the Son of David; BLESSED IS HEWHO COMES IN THE NAME OF THE LORD;Hosanna in the highest!"• 10 When He had entered Jerusalem, all thecity was stirred, saying, "Who is this?"• 11 And the crowds were saying, "This is theprophet Jesus, from Nazareth in Galilee."
  • Matthew 21:9-11“Hosanna to the Son of David”• Matthew 12:23 All the crowds were amazed, and weresaying, "This man cannot be the Son of David, can he?“• This is a deity reference;• Matthew 21:9 The crowds going ahead of Him, andthose who followed, were shouting, "Hosanna [hosanna=save, we pray ] to the Son of David; BLESSED IS HE WHOCOMES IN THE NAME OF THE LORD; Hosanna in thehighest!“• Matthew 22:42 "What do you think about the Christ,whose son is He?" They said to Him, "The son ofDavid." 43 He said to them, "Then how does David inthe Spirit call Him Lord, saying,…..
  • Matthew 21:9-11“Hosanna to the Son of David”• Mark 12:35 And Jesus began to say, as Hetaught in the temple, "How is it that thescribes say that the Christ is the son of David?• 36 "David himself said in the Holy Spirit, THELORD SAID TO MY LORD, "SIT AT MY RIGHTHAND, UNTIL I PUT YOUR ENEMIES BENEATHYOUR FEET."
  • Matthew 21:9, Hosanna• Matthew 21:9 The crowds going ahead ofHim, and those who followed, were shouting,"Hosanna [hosanna= save, we pray ]• This is a claim of deity;
  • Matthew 21:9, THE NAME OF THE LORD• Matthew 21:9 The crowds going ahead of Him, andthose who followed, were shouting, "Hosanna to theSon of David; BLESSED IS HE WHO COMES IN THENAME OF THE LORD; Hosanna in the highest!"• Isaiah 42:8 "I am the LORD, that is My name; I will notgive My glory to another, Nor My praise to gravenimages.• Isaiah 48:11 "For My own sake, for My own sake, I willact; For how can My name be profaned? And My gloryI will not give to another.• John 5:43 "I have come in My Fathers name, and youdo not receive Me; if another comes in his own name,you will receive him.
  • Matthew 21:9, “BLESSED IS HE ”• Matthew 21:9 …BLESSED IS HE WHO COMES IN THENAME OF THE LORD; Hosanna in the highest!”• Mark 11:10 Blessed is the coming kingdom of ourfather David; Hosanna in the highest!"• Luke 19:38 saying, "Blessed is the King who comes inthe name of the Lord; Peace in heaven and glory in thehighest!"• 39 And some of the Pharisees in the multitude said toHim, "Teacher, rebuke Your disciples."• 40 And He answered and said, "I tell you, if thesebecome silent, the stones will cry out!"
  • Psalm 118, A Hallel Psalm, wikipedia.org• Judaism; Is one of six psalms (113-118) of which Hallel iscomposed. On all days when Hallel is recited, this psalm isrecited in its entirety, with the final ten verses being recitedtwice each…• Christianity; This Psalm was quoted by Jesus and writers ofthe New Testament. In Matthew 21:42 Jesus said to them,"Have you never read in the Scriptures: "The stone that thebuilders rejected has become the cornerstone; this was theLord’s doing, and it is marvelous in our eyes?“….• This Psalm also contains the center verses of the ProtestantBible (verses 8-9). The placement is unique in other ways.The shortest Psalm is immediately before and invites thenations (the gentiles) to join in exalting God. The longestPsalm is immediately after which is an extended doxologyof praise related to the law of Moses.
  • Psalm 118, A Hallel Psalm (“Praise”)Psalms 113–118• Concerning Psalm 118, John MacArthur says,“This Psalm, along with Ps. 110, is intenselymessianic and thus the most quoted by theNew Testament… Neither the author nor thespecific circumstances of the song areidentified…”
  • Psalm 118, A Hallel Psalm (“Praise”)Psalms 113–118• Psalm 118:1 Give thanks to the LORD, for He is good; For Hislovingkindness is everlasting.• 2 Oh let Israel say, "His lovingkindness is everlasting."• 3 Oh let the house of Aaron say, "His lovingkindness is everlasting."• 4 Oh let those who fear the LORD say, "His lovingkindness iseverlasting."• 5 From my distress I called upon the LORD; The LORD answered meand set me in a large place.• 6 The LORD is for me; I will not fear; What can man do to me?• 7 The LORD is for me among those who help me; Therefore I willlook with satisfaction on those who hate me.• 8 It is better to take refuge in the LORD Than to trust in man.
  • Psalm 118, A Hallel Psalm (“Praise”)Psalms 113–118• 9 It is better to take refuge in the LORD Than to trust in princes.• 10 All nations surrounded me; In the name of the LORD I will surelycut them off.• 11 They surrounded me, yes, they surrounded me; In the name ofthe LORD I will surely cut them off.• 12 They surrounded me like bees; They were extinguished as a fireof thorns; In the name of the LORD I will surely cut them off.• 13 You pushed me violently so that I was falling, But the LORDhelped me.• 14 The LORD is my strength and song, And He has become mysalvation.• 15 The sound of joyful shouting and salvation is in the tents of therighteous; The right hand of the LORD does valiantly.• 16 The right hand of the LORD is exalted; The right hand of theLORD does valiantly.• 17 I will not die, but live, And tell of the works of the LORD.
  • Psalm 118, A Hallel Psalm (“Praise”)Psalms 113–118• 18 The LORD has disciplined me severely, But He has not given meover to death.• 19 Open to me the gates of righteousness; I shall enter throughthem, I shall give thanks to the LORD.• 20 This is the gate of the LORD; The righteous will enter through it.• 21 I shall give thanks to You, for You have answered me, And Youhave become my salvation.• 22 The stone which the builders rejected Has become the chiefcorner stone.• 23 This is the LORDS doing; It is marvelous in our eyes.• 24 This is the day which the LORD has made; Let us rejoice and beglad in it.• 25 O LORD, do save, we beseech You; O LORD, we beseech You, dosend prosperity!
  • Psalm 118, A Hallel Psalm (“Praise”)Psalms 113–118• 26 Blessed is the one who comes in the name of the LORD; We haveblessed you from the house of the LORD. [Matt 23:39]• 27 The LORD is God, and He has given us light; Bind the festivalsacrifice with cords to the horns of the altar.• 28 You are my God, and I give thanks to You; You are my God, I extolYou.• 29 Give thanks to the LORD, for He is good; For His lovingkindness iseverlasting.
  • Matthew 21:10-11, "Who is this?"• Matthew 21:10 When He had entered Jerusalem,all the city was stirred, saying, "Who is this?” 11And the crowds were saying, "This is the prophetJesus, from Nazareth in Galilee.“• The best question anyone could ever ask is• "Who is this?“ This “one who comes in the nameof the LORD” “YOUR KING,” because “The stonewhich the builders discarded has become thecornerstone”
  • The Potter And His Clay• That the Potter should die for His clay is astupendous miracle. Lynn Landrum• Jesus… He came not to a throne, but to amanger. He lived not as a king, but as aservant. He chose not an earthly kingdom, buta cross. He gave not just a little, buteverything. Holley Gerth
  • THE END
  • Matthew 21:22, Gods Omnipotence• Matthew 21:22 "And all things you ask inprayer, believing, you will receive."• How often do we attempt work for God to thelimit of our incompetency, rather than thelimit of Gods omnipotence? J. Hudson Taylor• Philippians 4:13 I can do all things throughHim who strengthens me.• Psalm 57:2 I will cry to God Most High, To Godwho accomplishes all things for me.
  • Matthew 21:35Branding Iron For Runaway Slaves• Matthew 21:35 "The vine-growers took his slavesand beat one, and killed another, and stoned a third.
  • • THOUGHT FOR THE DAY• Pray with the right motives.•MINI BIBLE STUDY FOR THE DAY• Most of us have read the verses about answered prayer like "If you ask Meanything in My name, I will do it" (John 14:14, 16:23) and Jesusproclaiming that anything we ask, "believing," it will be given to us(Matthew 21:22; John 14:14; Luke 11:9). Theres also the verse that if anytwo agree on earth, about anything, it will be done.• Again I say to you, that if two of you agree on earth about anything thatthey may ask, it shall be done for them by My Father who is in heaven. —Matthew 18:19Sadly, too many Christians think they can "claim" a houseor a car or a situation by "believing" that they can ask God to give it tothem or by "agreeing" with another that they desire a certain situation.This is a form of what is referred to as the "prosperity doctrine"—which issimply twisted Scripture from Satan.You cant order God around because ifyou could, He wouldnt be God. And you cant take one verse by itselfwithout considering the other verses discussing the same issue. God doeswant to give us good gifts.• If you then, being evil, know how to give good gifts to your children, howmuch more will your Father who is in heaven give what is good to thosewho ask Him! —Matthew 7:11If you then, being evil, know how to givegood gifts to your children, how much more will your heavenly Father givethe Holy Spirit to those who ask Him?" —Luke 11:13• But only if you have the correct motives, and only then if it is according toHis divine will.
  • Daniel 9:24, 27 Matthew 24:15Revelation 13:5, forty-two months• Revelation 13:5 There was given to him amouth speaking arrogant words andblasphemies, and authority to act for forty-two months was given to him.