The Passion of
8:30 am & 10:30 am
The Triumphal Entry of Jesus
There's a popular song commonly sung on Good Friday called, Were You There? It powerfully asks if "Were you there when they crucified my Lord?" They testify that even thinking about the Lord Jesus' suffering and death upon the cross is too much for them and that it causes them to tremble...
Read and meditate upon the scriptures. Think about what information is included, what it means, and how you can apply it to your life. Be sure to journal your thoughts!
Listen to Silvia Accardo, Founder of Global NEST Ministries for Day 15 teaching devotional.
Watch the dramatization of Erwin & Dina's testimony on the Sid Roth Show with Steve Hannett HERE!
"We had our first ultrasound—I was further along, because I didn’t know I was pregnant—they told us there was a lot of problems with the baby, she was sick… they strongly suggested that I had an abortion...
We were believers in the Word… still we had doubts, how could this happen to us..." —
Erwin & Dina Velasquez
"I started having night terrors since I was very young… maybe since the age of 6... being a child and having these nightmares where I would feel this dark presence standing next to me… and I wouldn’t be able to move… I would feel these dark hands around my neck and they would strangle me...
This man of God called me out… and he said the Lord kept pointing me to him..." —
Think and journal your answers to the following questions to go deeper into today's scripture and meditation.
What is the significance of Jesus riding on a donkey?
What is the significance of Jesus publicly announcing Himself as King?
Why did Jesus weep when He went into the city?
What is the significance of Jesus announcing His true identity?
Many have received Jesus as the Son of God. Fewer have received Jesus Christ as the King who will reign for all eternity. Make a list of what things would be different in your life if you fully receive Jesus as your King.
LIVE IT OUT
The key to growing in the Lord is to not only "hear" God's Word but to apply it to our lives.