Mar 20, 2016 ... Palm Sunday marks the occasion when Jesus “set his face to go to Jerusalem” ( Luke 9:51) for the last time and rode into the city seated on a donkey amid the welcome and cheers of the crowd. In 2016, it is observed in the Western church on March 20, while in the Eastern church, it is April 24th. For both ...
Palm Sunday. By Eugene Gloria. Always the sky keeps expanding. Wide as America's brave margins,. wide as my loneliness in the Middle West. I lean against a dust cloud behind us,. the glory sinking into a muted timberline. I am drunk with longing. The wind is singing—. my drunken friend, the wind, hurls. sweet curses at ...
Apr 8, 2017 ... This is a poem that I wrote and preached as the Palm/Passion Sunday sermon this past weekend at the Upper Room. A number of people have requested copies of.
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Palm Sunday. by Albert Watson. Spread your cloak, grab a palm, Let's all rejoice and sing a psalm. Praise the Lord, call out with glee, Your Saviour comes astride donkey. Cry blessing to you Saviour King, Shout aloud, hosanna's ring. Zechariah's word, today comes true, 'See your King now comes to you.' He truly is , Gods ...
Come, drop your branches, strow the way Plants of the day! Whom sufferings make most green and gay. The King of grief, the man of sorrow Weeping still, like the wet morrow, Your shades and freshness comes to borrow. Put on, put on your best array; Let the joy'd rode make holy-day, And flowers that into fields do stray, ...
Mar 30, 2015 ... What Have We Learned Poem For Palm Sunday by Loyd C. Taylor, Sr.. .What Have We Learned They shouted with praises reaching the sky Pushing and shoving to see Jesus pass by. Crying Hosanna hosanna glory to the King He . Page.
Introduction. On the Sunday before the Feast of Great and Holy Pascha and at the beginning of Holy Week, the Orthodox Church celebrates one of its most joyous feasts of the year. Palm Sunday is the commemoration of the Entrance of our Lord into Jerusalem following His glorious miracle of raising Lazarus from the dead.