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Palm Sunday Video


Palm Sunday commemorates the triumphant entry of Jesus into Jerusalem. At the time of Jesus, the Roman Empire was in control of Jerusalem. The enslaved Jewish people looked eagerly to the crowd-feeding, miracle-working Jesus as their political savior. What they did not realize was that their primary need was not political liberation, but spiritual deliverance. That was Jesus' purpose for coming. As the Son of God, he came to free mankind from the bondage of sin and death. One day, Jesus will return again. At that time, all will hail him as the King of Kings and Lord of Lords. Video Transcript: He has come, The Son of David has come, the Messiah has come. Jerusalem expected a warrior, a conqueror, a king. To save them from Rome, to free them from Rome. But God had other plans. "My kingdom is not of this world." When Christ came for you, what is it that you expected? He comes on His terms, not ours. Will you accept who He is. What He asks of us? Hosanna! What will you expect when he comes again? Behold, I am coming soon. Yes, I am coming soon. Amen. I am coming soon. Come lord Jesus. In this world you will have trouble, but take heart, i have overcome the world! John 16:33
Posted March 31, 2012
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Have you ever felt life is empty, void of purpose, useless or even pointless? These feelings are quite common.


So why do so many feel this way? The Bible says that “all have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God.” What that means is that we have all separated ourselves from God, and we need God as a child needs his or her parents. You may ask: how did I separate myself from God? Well, God has given us a conscience, He has told us the difference between right and wrong and we all have chosen wrong at one time or another.  We have all “sinned” by doing this, like lying, hating, lusting, cheating etc.


So what’s the good news? The Good News is this: although God is just and obligated to not only separate us from Himself, but destroy us for our “sin,” He loves us and He sent His Son Jesus to take our punishment and die in our place. Let me explain, as we said earlier we have all made mistakes. These mistakes have separated us from God, left us empty and left us so guilty that God in His justice should destroy us. Not wanting to destroy us, God made Himself into a man (Jesus); He lived as a man and even was tempted to do evil like we do, and once the correct time had come He (Jesus) was crucified and put to death for you and me. If you are willing to turn from sin, accept that sacrifice for yourself and live for God, Jesus will give you a new life, restoring your fellowship with God and sparing you from the judgment that you (like all of us) deserve.


Receiving Jesus is as easy as praying this prayer:


Lord Jesus, I recognize that I have sinned. I ask you Lord to forgive me my sin. I choose to turn from sin and follow you. I choose to live for you, tell others about you and love others. I choose to be your servant and spread your love. I thank you Lord that you died in my place. I thank you for forgiving me my sin. In Jesus’ name I pray. Amen.


God asks that we turn from sin, from selfish evil ways and that we take up the new purpose of following Him. If you have made a decision today to turn from your old life, please take a moment to let us know: