PALM SUNDAY—He Came For Us

March 24, 2024   /   Big Valley Grace Community Church

HE CAME FOR US
Luke 18:31-19:10, 28-40 

  1. Background
    1. , not
    2. years (Luke 3:21-18:1)
    3. The was (John 2:4; 7:1-9; 12:23-27; Galatians 4:4)
    4. Mass of (Acts 2:5, 6-13)
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  2. Disciples
    1. They were anticipating the appearance of the Kingdom of God (Luke 19:11; Matthew 20:21; Mark 10:37)
    2. They weren’t it! (Luke 19:34; Mark 9:32)
    3. An was coming! (Luke 24:44-49)
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  3. Bartimaeus
    1. This is out of miracles recorded in the Gospels.
    2. Notice the (Luke 18:39)
    3. Notice his (Luke 18:38-39)
    4. Notice his (Luke 18:41)
    5. Notice Jesus’ (Luke 18:41,42)
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  4. Zacchaeus
    1. Only in Luke
    2. ,  ,   and it was !
      (Luke 19:2)
    3. Jesus knew his ! (Luke 19:5)
    4. Jesus had a appointment to keep! (Luke 19:5)
    5. The crowd (Luke 19:7)
    6. Zacchaeus was changed! (Luke 19:8)
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“The Lord often chooses the most despicable people of this world, redeems them, gives them new hearts, and uses them in remarkable ways.” (John MacArthur)

  1. Why would Jesus go the distance?
    1. Jesus was not ! (Matthew 16:21; Mark 10:33-34; Luke 18:31-34)
    2. To His Father’s plan (Genesis 3:15; Isaiah 53; Zechariah 9:9)
    3. the of God (Romans 5:6-8; Ephesians 2:4-9)
    4. Because our was too great! (Ecclesiastes 7:20; Romans 3:10-18, 23; 6:23)
    5. Because the between us and God was too wide (Romans 5:6-11; Ephesians 2:1-5)
    6. He could make a way! (John 1:29; 3:14-15; Hebrews 7:25-28)
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  2. So, today Jesus is…
    1. Not willing for any to and experience (Matthew 7:13-14; 1 Timothy 2:4; 2 Peter 3:9)
    2. Continually ,  ,   (Isaiah 30:18; Luke 15; Hebrews 3:15; Revelation 3:20)
    3. Coming ! (2 Corinthians 6:2; James 4:14; Revelation 3:3)
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DIGGING DEEPER
Read Luke 18:31-19:10, 28-40

  1. Consider what it might have been like to be one of Jesus’ disciples, Bartimaeus, or Zaccheus in this story. What all would you have been thinking and feeling, especially when Jesus stops and talks to you?
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  2. What was the point in your life when your eyes were opened to see Jesus as your Savior? When did you sense His desire to have “dinner” with you?
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  3. What divine appointments has Jesus placed in your life so that they might see and find joy in Christ?
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  4. What is your takeaway from these passages of scripture?
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