Jesus was Storm-Tossed

The worst part of suffering is knowing it’s coming. The fear of the needle is worse than the prick.

Today we switch from the suffering of Job to read of the suffering of Jesus. It is Palm Sunday – the day Jesus rode in triumph through Jerusalem.

Jesus knew it was His last week on earth. He knew He would be the Passover Lamb that year. He knew He would suffer and die. He was not looking forward to it. He warned His disciples what would happen.

John 12:27, 28, “Right now I am storm-tossed. And what am I going to say? ‘Father, get me out of this?’ No, this is why I came in the first place. I’ll say, ‘Father, put your glory on display.’ ” The Message

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“Faith’s work is to sustain us through those days…the only alternative to desperate faith is despair. Faith holds on and prevails.” “Streams in the Desert” 3-25

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