Palm Sunday – Episode 33

Walk With Ken Boyle Podcast

Do we have a problem we need to confront? Do we have a Jerusalem we need to ride into? And if we do ride into Jerusalem we must remember we do not ride alone. Not alone when the confrontation is for good. Why, then the very power of our loving God rides into Jerusalem with us. This week I talk about one of my favorite Sundays of the year – Palm Sunday.

I hope you enjoy our walk this week. Please remember to leave a comment on the website, the podcast, or send me an email at ken@walkwithkenboyle.com with your thoughts.

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In Christian love, Ken.

3 thoughts on “Palm Sunday – Episode 33

  1. Dear Ken and Dale,
    How I do miss hearing your sermons, your voice and being a neighbor who used to live on my street. I lived at 393 South Main St.
    the neighbor has changed those of us who lived there for 50 years plus have move on. I miss those days. I am a lot older now but not wiser. I am grateful for your words. Peace and love. From Cheri

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  2. Dear Ken and Dale,
    How I do miss hearing your sermons, your voice and being a neighbor who used to live on my street. I lived at 393 South Main St.
    the neighbor has changed those of us who lived there for 50 years plus have move on. I miss those days. I am a lot older now but not wiser. I am grateful for your words. Peace and love. From Cheri

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  3. Pastor, just hearing your voice and the messages you impart to us, fills my heart with hope and joy. Your words of wisdom shared within the confines of a story that prompts wonderful memories and brings me back to a younger time in my life, that I cherish. It is my honor and good fortune to have known you and heard the wisdom you so aptly inspire us with, based on our collective love of the Lord and all he represents. Hosanna in the highest. .

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