Holy Week

Mark 12: Religious Rulers Challenge Jesus and See Him as a Threat

As I dive deeper into Jesus’ last week on earth, I can’t help but notice the similarities between the religious leaders back then and who we have now. Today’s “woke” pastors are threatened by the Gospel Truth and they refuse to preach it. They fear that people will leave their churches. People need to hear the truth as Jesus tells it. Seek the truth…

Good Friday: Jesus is Arrested, Tried and Mocked

Good Friday: Jesus was taken from the Sanhedrin, the highest Jewish court, to King Herod, the current territorial King Herod Antipas, son of King Herod the Great who reigned when Jesus was born, and Pontius Pilot, procurator of the Roman Provence of Judea.

last supper

The Last Supper, Gethsemane and Jesus is Arrested

Every time a believer takes communion, they honor Jesus and the sacrifice He made for humankind. Jesus became the Sacrificial Lamb. In stead of having to ask for forgiveness by sacrificing a lamb each time, Jesus was the ultimate sacrifice.

Jesus washes his disciples feet

Jesus Humbles Himself then is Betrayed by a Friend

What would you think if your boss got on his/her knees and started polishing your shoes without warning? OK, now that you’ve picked yourself off the floor from laughing hysterically at the thought, take this in – it really happened. Jesus did it.

Beware! Woes and Warnings from Jesus: A Walk Through Holy Week

From Jesus’ triumphal entry (Palm Sunday) till the Last Supper (Holy or Maundy Thursday), Jesus had a few days to teach in Jerusalem. The disciples, of course, followed Him everywhere as did crowds of citizens. The people considered Him a prophet and a rabbi (teacher), but the leaders of the Jewish Temple – the Pharisees and the chief priests were concerned that Jesus was a false teacher.

Palm Sunday: A walk through Holy Week

Jesus entered the city of Jerusalem in triumph in fulfillment of the Holy Scriptures that the Jews knew by heart. The crowd proclaimed Him the Savior, the Messiah – the Anointed One. Everything seemed great. What happened in four days to warrant Jesus’ arrest and execution?