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Lesson 111: The King Will Be Glorified (Luke 19:28-40)

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No entry into Jerusalem has ever been so significant as the “triumphal entry” by Jesus. People were ecstatic over His arrival, but this excitement would be unbelievably short-lived. Observing His interaction with the Pharisees, we catch just a glimpse in this passage of how things would soon go down, but for the time being there was much celebration to be had. Reminding us that regardless of every attitude and what each of these people (and all people throughout history) would do in days to come, Pastor Daniel helps us see from this text that, “you will proclaim the glory of God either willingly or unwillingly—do so willingly.” Three key points are emphasized in this message: 1) The King owns all and will exercise authority over all—give it to Him now. 2) The King will establish Himself on His throne—submit to Him now. 3) The King will be glorified by your life—worship Him now.

Summary by Seth Kempf, Bethany Community Church Staff

Related Topics: Christian Life, Christology, Glory