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Psalm 118:1, 4-9 (NLT)
1 Give thanks to the Lord, for he is good!
His faithful love endures forever.
4 Let all who fear the Lord repeat:
“His faithful love endures forever.”
5 In my distress I prayed to the Lord,
and the Lord answered me and set me free.
6 The Lord is for me, so I will have no fear.
What can mere people do to me?
7 Yes, the Lord is for me; he will help me.
I will look in triumph at those who hate me.
8 It is better to take refuge in the Lord
than to trust in people.
9 It is better to take refuge in the Lord
than to trust in princes.
Matthew 21:1-11 (NLT)
21 As Jesus and the disciples approached Jerusalem, they came to the town of Bethphage on the Mount of Olives. Jesus sent two of them on ahead. 2 “Go into the village over there,” he said. “As soon as you enter it, you will see a donkey tied there, with its colt beside it. Untie them and bring them to me. 3 If anyone asks what you are doing, just say, ‘The Lord needs them,’ and he will immediately let you take them.”
4 This took place to fulfill the prophecy that said,
5 “Tell the people of Jerusalem,
‘Look, your King is coming to you.
He is humble, riding on a donkey—
riding on a donkey’s colt.’”
6 The two disciples did as Jesus commanded. 7 They brought the donkey and the colt to him and threw their garments over the colt, and he sat on it.
8 Most of the crowd spread their garments on the road ahead of him, and others cut branches from the trees and spread them on the road. 9 Jesus was in the center of the procession, and the people all around him were shouting,
“Praise God for the Son of David!
Blessings on the one who comes in the name of the Lord!
Praise God in highest heaven!”
10 The entire city of Jerusalem was in an uproar as he entered. “Who is this?” they asked.
11 And the crowds replied, “It’s Jesus, the prophet from Nazareth in Galilee.”
HOLY WEEK MEDITATION
Easter will look quite different for many of us this year. As we mourn the loss of what we have known, we think it is incredibly important to remember that the story of Easter has not changed.
To prepare our hearts and minds for the celebration of the Resurrection, we will walk through Holy Week together as a church. We have compiled a daily meditation, including a scripture, an image, and a prayer as a way to help engage your mind and your heart as we walk together through the week with Jesus on his way to the cross. Our hope is that you will carve out a few quiet moments every single day to allow yourself to imaginatively sit in the stories.
To find the daily meditation, click here!
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Scripture readings for Holy Week
As you read through these scriptures consider these questions…
- What’s something new you learned from this reading? (Could be the whole story or a small detail of the story.)
- Is there a word or phrase that stands out to you in this passage
- What does this passage teach me about Jesus?
Sunday Co-ed Group
Location: Alcoa Middle School
- Sarah Taylor***
- Whit Taylor
- Jonny Williams
- Sara Jane Williams
Wednesday Women’s group
- Kristi Stewart **
- Lora Foxwell
- Lisa Bell
Wednesday Men’s Group
- Chad Stewart ***Contact Leader***
- Kyle Harris
- Nick Kessler
Thursday Co-ed group
Location: 1820 Clingman View Drive, Alcoa, TN 37701
- Chad Stewart ***Contact Leader***
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Prayer is weakness leaning on omnipotence.W.S. Boyd
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Prayer is powerful and effective, and we consider it a privilege to pray for you!