We are continuing the Holy Week series. Last week we covered Sunday, the triumphant entry of Jesus into Jerusalem, how he wept over the city and how he portrayed his death as being like a grain of wheat that falls to the ground and dies in order to bear great fruit. Mark’s account is the closest to a chronological portrayal of the events of Holy Week. Today we will go into the events of Monday and Tuesday. Most of these two days take place in the temple. We will be reading in Mark chapters 11-13.
With Jerry McAnulty at Calvary Chapel at Long Hollow, in Goodlettsville, Tennessee.