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Who is Jesus?


Words for Thought

Psalm 118:24, “This is the day the Lord has made let us rejoice and be glad in it.” Psalm 118:26-27,Blessed is the one who comes in the name of the Lord. The Lord is God, and he has given light. Bind the festal procession with branches up to the horns of the altar.”

Psalm 118:29,“O Give thanks for, he is good, for his steadfast love endures forever.

Pray: Today, God, we rejoice with Christians everywhere that there was at least one day when Jesus received the recognition he deserved. We rejoice, knowing that his triumphal entry means that truth cannot remain hidden and that good hearts everywhere recognize truth when it appears. We [persist] in hope with people on many continents, in many circumstances who are waiting for the day when their truth can be told. We [persevere] with them in faith knowing that the same God who could have commanded the rocks to shout truth in Jerusalem will not allow truth to be suppressed and good people to be crushed forever. Amen.

Written by Safiyah Fosua, The Africana Worship Book Year A (Nashville: Discipleship Resources, 2006), 227.


Read: Matthew 21:1-11 and Psalm 118


Apply: What does it mean to make Jesus Lord and Savior of your life? What steps can you take in this Holiest Week of the year to demonstrate your love for God and for others?


Yield: “Who is Jesus?” We can say, that he is the Son of God, and the Son of Man. Jesus is the Messiah and the Lord of All things. Perhaps best of all, we believe in Jesus as Savior,as the one through whom God has freed us of our sin and has given us the gift of whole life, eternal life, and salvation. In all these definitions there is something missing. When you sum it all up, we can say that Jesus came into the world simply to demonstrate how much God loves us and how much we should love one another. I believe, The Son of God, the Son of Man, the Messiah, the Lord of all, and our savior, simply can be described with one word. And that is Love.



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