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JESUS, 5 DAYS TO EXECUTION
Jesus rode a donkey toward Jerusalem on what would become known as Palm Sunday, five days before Jerusalem Jewish leaders convinced the Roman governor to execute him.
As he rode up toward the crest of the ridge, people began carpeting his path with their cloaks. Then as he started his descent down the Mount of Olives, the crowd of followers got loud. They started cheering and yelling their thanks to God for all the incredible miracles they had seen. They said,
“Here comes the king God approved.
There will be peace in heaven—and glory for the One who lives there in the highest heaven.”
Some Pharisees in the crowd told Jesus, “Teacher, tell your disciples to be quiet.” Jesus said, “I’ll tell you this instead: If the people don’t shout for joy, the rocks will do it for them.”
As Jesus got closer to Jerusalem, he started to cry.
He said, “How I wish you knew where you could find peace today. But it’s too late now. The path to peace is hidden, and you couldn’t find it now if you wanted to.” (Luke 19:36-42)
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