Heaven’s Headlines in the Days Before Jesus Died

Originally posted on Connecting Dots...to God:

If heaven published a newspaper, what would the big stories have been in the days leading up to the crucifixion of Jesus?

And what would Jerusalem’s newspaper have reported during the same week?

Publisher’s note: These are the second issues of The Jerusalem Journal and The Heveanly Herald.  The first were revealed back in December when we imagined what these newspapers would have reported about Jesus’ birth.

 Jesus had arrived in Jerusalem on Sunday to cheers and palm branches, but he quickly incited other emotions.   Jesus (literally) upset things in the temple by trashing  a nice little Passover business, and then he followed it up by outsmarting the Jewish leaders and teaching astonishing truth.  The mood was tense.  Leaders were angry, his disciples were confused, but Jesus knew exactly what he was doing.

Jesus knew that he was the Lamb of God who would give his life for the sins of the world. 

Perhaps TheJerusalem…

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At heart I am a student of truth, an observer of culture, and a communicator. Jesus is my teacher and my Lord. In pursuit of these passions, I read as much as I can, serve as Teaching Director for a Community Bible Study group, and write a blog in an attempt to synthesize it all. I take great delight in my relationships with family and friends, and I also enjoy long walks, bike rides and cooking. And did I mention that I like to read?
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2 Responses to Heaven’s Headlines in the Days Before Jesus Died

  1. Debbie says:

    I really love this Judy! Thank you for reblogging it and helping us focus on God’s perspective. God bless you and yours this Easter and always!

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