on Sun Apr 05, 2020 5:34 pm
Hello, Friends! Here is the prayer for today…
Today we remember the triumphant entry you made in Jerusalem. Today we understand it was the beginning of the end of your earthly life…but at the time, you alone clearly understood what was going on and what needed to happen. How quickly things changed in that week…from cheering crowds proclaiming you were King to crowds cheering for your death. We can only imagine how you felt that week…how the apostles and those who loved you felt as they watched so much unfold before their eyes…the range of emotions you all experienced during that week…Your Word says you despised the shame and you endured the cross for the joy that was before you… for the joy that you knew was coming…for the salvation and redemption that was coming…for the new life that was coming…for the defeat of death that was coming…for the hope that was coming…
May this week take on deeper meaning and significance for us than ever before. May this week be a time of reflection and gratitude. May we view our pain, infirmities, hardships, and losses in the light of all that you went through. May we think about your great love for us and your incredible sacrifice…may we just be so in awe of you and fall more in love with you. May we renew our commitment to you and fan the flames that first burned so brightly when we first came to know you as our Lord and Savior.
We know that just as you entered Jerusalem to great fanfare on that Palm Sunday, there is coming a day when you are going to triumphantly enter our world again with even greater fanfare. Every eye will behold you and your resurrected glory. Every knee will bow and every tongue will confess that you are Lord. There will be no doubts or denials. Everyone will see clearly that you are who you say you are. You are so worthy to be praised, our Lord, Savior, and King!
There are not words enough to express our gratitude to you for your immeasurable gift and sacrifice for us. We give you this day. We give you this week. The world will be experiencing a different kind of Easter week this year, but the message of hope has never been more needed or relevant. May the world be profoundly aware of your presence and the importance of the gospel message. We ask these things in your precious name. Amen
May your week be blessed as you remember Him!
~Hope For The Brokenhearted
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