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Mark 11:1-11
The different participants in the story of Jesus on a donkey show how people experience and worship Jesus. We are challenged to focus on the One riding the donkey even when He is riding to His death on the cross. True worship is to continue to focus on Jesus despite our disappointments and challenges.


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The moment blind Bartimaeus heard that Jesus was passing by he began to cry out for mercy. People only call for mercy when they are desperate. his only hope was Jesus. Bartimaeus had no value in the eyes of the people around him – so that told him to be quiet but out of desperation he cried out all the more.In the midst of a large crowd Jesus heard his voice stopped for him and call him to come. God has stopped for you and called you to come to him. (Mark 10:46-52)


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Lessons from Jesus’ triumphal entry (Matthew 21:1-17; Mark 11:1-10; Luke 19:29-38; John 12:12-15)

THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE TRIUMPHAL ENTRY
a. It inaugurated Jesus ‘ coronation
b. It fulfilled Old Testament prophecy
c. It disclosed Jesus ‘ identity

THE SADNESS OF THE TRIUMPHAL ENTRY
a. The sadness of misguided thinking
b. The sadness of missed opportunity

THE SERVANTS OF THE TRIUMPHAL ENTRY
a. The obedient disciples
b. The obliging donkey owner
c. The oblivious donkey


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We cannot understand who Jesus is apart from our spiritual eyes having being opened by God (Mark 8:11-38)


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A celebration of Christ – the centre of Christmas. What does Jesus say about himself and his own coming. (Mark 10:45)