Jesus begins His final week of ministry by entering Jerusalem amidst a jubilant celebration. Multitudes greet Him, shouting “Hosannas” and waving palm branches in their hands, as He enters the city. For this reason, Christian tradition refers to this day as “Palm Sunday”—the day of Jesus’ triumphal entry. The fact that Christians through the centuries have commemorated this day suggests that it’s a day of great importance and significance. Notably, all four Gospel writers include this event in their Gospel account. Obviously God intended this event to reveal gospel truth.
So,what is the biblical meaning of Palm Sunday?
This week on CRC Insights we will have The Center For Pastoral Studies Round Table. CPS Round Table is a monthly radio program where teachers from the Center For Pastoral Studies talk about theological issues in a open round table format. CPS Round Table is hosted by John Adams.
FROM: (H. A. Ironside, The Real St. Patrick, Loizeaux Brothers, New York)
“I bind to myself today
The strong power of the invocation of the Trinity;
The faith of the Trinity in unity;
The Creator of the elements.
February 20, 2013
Stories such as this are common throughout the regular session at the West Virginia legislature. It encourages me that our studies from Paul’s letter to Philemon regarding forgiveness and reconciliation are certainly needed in the West Virginia Capitol.
This week’s study is titled “Forgiven Much? Forgive Much!” You can download our study here. We will be providing these studies three times each week during the session to allow those with extremely busy schedules to attend. We also distribute the notes to every legislator and elected official as well as many lobbyists and staff.
Pastor Tommy Nelson presents a fascinating outline of America's history from its beginnings to the present day, describing how our nation has veered from the biblical principles upon which it was founded.
Becky Johnson and her daughter Rachel Randolph offer women encouragement and practical suggestions from their book Nourished: A Search for Health, Happiness and a Full Night's Sleep.
Best-selling author Donald Miller candidly describes how he learned to break his past cycle of destructive relationships by identifying and dealing with shame and becoming genuine and vulnerable with others. (Part 2 of 2)
“In that day you will say: “Give praise to the LORD, proclaim his name; make known among the nations what he has done, and proclaim that his name is exalted.”