Insights from a Donkey

Have you every wondered why Jesus chose to ride a donkey when he rode into Jerusalem on that first Palm Sunday? Why didn’t He ride a war horse or some other more valiant animal?
Zechariah 9:9, an Old Testament of the Bible written around 520 B.C., contains a prediction that the coming King of Israel would ride into the city of Jerusalem on a donkey. But what other reasons could there be for Jesus to enter into the city in that manner?
On Palm Sunday, we turn our attention to Matthew 21:1-11, as we discover some insights from a donkey and why they are important to us even today.
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The Great Commission

Throughout the Bible, the extreme significance of the name of Jesus is presented.
Prior to Jesus birth, Joseph was told that “You are to give Him the name Jesus for He will save His people from their sins” (Matthew 1:21).
As we launch into the New Year, I invite you to join us onsite or online as we recall the incredible significance of Jesus. He is our hope for an abundant life on earth and an eternal life in heaven. Learn more