Palm Sunday – Episode 62

Walk With Ken Boyle Podcast

Thank you so much for your prayers for Molly. She is doing much better but still has a ways to go.

This week I talk about Palm Sunday and how difficult it must have been for Jesus to face his enemies and ask if you’ve ever had to stand up for something you believe in.

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One thought on “Palm Sunday – Episode 62

  1. It must have been difficult for Jesus to ride into Jerusalem knowing the expectations so many had that the Messiah would be a political/military leader who would save the Jews from their enemies. Yet, he apparently felt he had to open himself to the title of Messiah even knowing that he could not meet those expectations. That instead,, he would be the Suffering Servant spoken of in the Old Testament. A Messiah who would risk losing his life for his message. The message he knew God had entrusted to him. The day of apparent joy and triumph would not end so joyfully. Yet, his faith led him to believe that triumph would still win out. I think of other leaders who tread a similar path: Washington, Lincoln, Ghandi, Tubman, King…people who spoke the truth and opened themselves to hardships, suffering and even death as they remained loyal to the causes they believed in. King often said: “There are three reasons for doing important things in life…Doing what is popular; doing what is political; or doing what is right. Jesus and these five people chose to do what was right. I wish we had more leaders like that today!


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