Over this entire week I’ve been posting reflections following the timeline of Holy Week. I thought I’d share a full compilation of those reflections for you to engage with.
Here’s a resource I used to figure out what happened on what days according to the Gospel accounts in the Bible.
These reflections are short but also connected to a Scripture passage that lines up with each day of the week. I hope they assist you in reflecting on everything that happened this week.
Only hours after entering Jerusalem to the sound of praise, Jesus ripped through the temple courts. He sees through the facade. #HolyWeek
— Tyler Braun (@tylerbraun) March 25, 2013
Jesus wants to rearrange the furniture of your life instead of letting your status quo existence continue. Matt. 21:12
It’s Tuesday. If you have faith and do not doubt the power of God, you can move mountains. Matt. 21:21
It is not the building but the Temple within temples that has the power to shake our world eternally. Matt. 24:2 #HolyWeek
— Tyler Braun (@tylerbraun) March 26, 2013
His body broken for you. His blood shed for you. This is our God.
There’s a bit of Judas in all of us—just as apt to sit at the feet of Jesus one moment and deny His existence the next. #HolyWeek
— Tyler Braun (@tylerbraun) March 28, 2013
“This is my blood. God’s new covenant poured out for many people for the forgiveness of sins.” Matt. 26:28
As he drew his last breath, Jesus, The Great High Priest, paved a way for all to find the Father. Mark 15:38
The reason the Christian faith stands as the hope of the world is because Friday isn’t the end of the story.
The Pharisees worried that Jesus could be telling the truth. Power makes you defensive. Sacrifice makes you selfless. Matt. 27:63
Christ is risen. Truly, He is risen.
When you’ve been exposed the truth makes you want to hide. Through the power of Christ be a truth teller. Matt. 28:13