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Four Cries

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He Set His Face - Four Cries

Dave Riddle - 04/14/19

Key Passage: Luke 19:28-44

Luke 9:51 - When the days were coming to a close for Him to be taken up, He resolutely set His face towards Jerusalem. 

  • Resolute: purposefully unwavering or determined.

Jesus’ Disciples:

  • “Blessed is the King who comes in the name of the Lord!”

    • Luke 19:38

    • Psalm 118:26

    • Luke 2:14

  • We’ve been redeemed, and that is something worth celebrating!

The Pharisees:

  • Teacher, rebuke your disciples!

    • Luke 19:39

    • Rebuke (Greek: epitimaō / ἐπιτιμάω) - to tax with fault: to chide, reprove, rebuke or censure severely. To admonish or charge sharply.

The Rocks

  • Would cry out in praise!

    • Luke 19:40

    • “Cry out” (Greek: krazō / κράζω) - to "croak" (as a raven) or scream. To call aloud (shriek, exclaim, intreat): cry (out).

Jesus:

  • Cries over Jerusalem

    • Luke 19:41

    • “He wept for it” (Greek: klaiō / κλαίω) - weeping as the sign of pain and grief

    • Matthew 23:37 - “how often I have wanted to gather your children together... but you wouldn’t let me”

    • Luke 19:44b - “you did not recognize the time when God visited you”.