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All Glory, Laud and Honor - The Center For Church Music, Songs and Hymns
Blessed is He who comes in the Name of the Lord." As we sing this powerful Palm Sunday hymn, let your voice and your heart sing once again these thrilling words.

Palm Sunday in the Bible: Mark 11:1-11
Days before his arrest and crucifixion, Jesus rode into Jerusalem to a jubilant reception. It was an important fulfillment of prophecy, and it would later reveal the fickle nature of humanity, as those who had celebrated Christ's arrival called for his death less than a week later.

Triumphal entry - a Christian perspective
When Jesus arrived in Jersualem a few days before his arrest, he was greeted enthusiastically by the populace, as described in the account of his triumphal entry. Just a few days later, however, the same people who greeted him joyfully would be calling for his death.

Donkey in the Bible: Matthew 21:1-11
When Jesus made his triumphal appearance in Jerusalem, he rode in not on a majestic horse, but on a humble donkey. It was a telling symbol for a Savior who came not with political power or military might, but with humility and a spirit of self-sacrifice.

Palm in the Bible: John 12:12-19
"Palm Sunday" is so named because when Jesus made his triumphal entry into Jerusalem, some of the people there waved palm branches to honor him as he passed. Unfortunately, many of the same people would be calling for his crucifixion just a few days later.

Matthew 21: 1-17 - Into Thy Word Ministries
Hosanna in the Highest! And so it begins! This passage begins the narrative of Jesus’ last week on earth and the events leading up to His Passion and our redemption. Traditionally, the Triumphal Entry happened on a Sunday, with the Resurrection occurring the following Sunday.