Bethel Church, WA
March 28, 2021
Main Scripture Reference(s)
Luke 19:28-44


March 28, 2021 / Luke 19:28-44

Matthew 21:1-11; Mark 11:1-11; John 12:12-19

1. None of us are immune to , but how do we avoid the pitfalls?

Isaiah 2:2; Isaiah 2:4; Isaiah 2:11; Isaiah 42:1; Jeremiah 23:5; Micah 4

A. To the , Jesus was not to the law.

B. To the , Jesus belief in a

C. To the , Jesus was , regularly mixing with “”.

D. To the , Jesus was not enough to the Roman Empire.

E. To the , Jesus would not use to

John 7:11-12; John 7:27; John 7:40-52; Luke 1:3; John 6:53-69; Acts 9:1-2; Acts 10:9-48; Acts 11:7-18

2. Being married to your will have you…

A. Shouting “!” one day.

B. Shouting “!” the next.

3. To avoid becoming part of  the  “Crucify Him” crowd, live in a of…



C. on a relationship with God





  1. Was there anything specific in this week’s message that caused you to think differently about the Triumphal Entry than what you might have in the past?
  2. Read Luke 19:28-36 and Zechariah 9:9. Why did Jesus ride on a donkey?
  3. Read Luke 19:37-40.
    A. Take a look at the conquering king of Psalm 2:4-9. How can this and the humble entry of Zechariah 9:9 both be prophecies of the Messiah?
    B. Why do you think First Century Jews concentrated on the Psalms prophesy and others like it?
  4. Refer to Matthew 27:20-23.
    A. How did it happen that only five days after praising Jesus, the crowd shouted for His crucifixion?
    B. What’s the lesson here for us?
  5. A. Share a time when your preconceived notions changed.
    B. How do you know when to be open to changing your views?
  6. A. What are some examples of Biblical essentials and non-essentials?
    B. What are some American cultural values that have found their way into the Church that might shade how the world around us views Christ and the Church?

    C. Do you think people generally follow truth or their own ideas of truth?


Take a look at times in your past when you’ve easily been able to recognize God’s greatness and the miracle that Jesus is in your life. Now also consider the times that you’ve doubted, become angry, or simply drifted away from daily living in Christ. What influences the condition of your heart? Is it circumstances, the people you spend time with, or something else? Challenge yourself to spend time in God’s Word every day this week, looking for His greatness and thanking Him.


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