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.
“Blessed is the King who comes in the name of the Lord!”
We’ve been redeemed, and that is something worth celebrating!
Teacher, rebuke your disciples!
Rebuke (Greek: epitimaō / ἐπιτιμάω) - to tax with fault: to chide, reprove, rebuke or censure severely. To admonish or charge sharply.
Would cry out in praise!
“Cry out” (Greek: krazō / κράζω) - to "croak" (as a raven) or scream. To call aloud (shriek, exclaim, intreat): cry (out).
Cries over Jerusalem
“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”.