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Entering the Holy City by Raymond A. Foss
On a donkey,
a young colt
to shouts of Hosanna!
to our King

Entering the holy city
as a king
soon to feel
the lash, the nails

Such a week
now beginning
the Passion of Christ
at its start

May we walk
right beside Him
with the disciples
then and now

Our story
in the telling
of the sacrifice
of the Lamb

All our faith
in these days
fulfilling all
of our Master’s plan

The truth alive
sing Hosannas!
may our King
enter in

May these days
be an awakening
a sweet communion
with our King

April 17, 2011
Psalm Sunday
Luke 19:40
Luke 19:28-40
Psalm 118:26
Psalm 148:1
and the book, The Sanctuary for Lent 2011
for April 17, 2011
read April 17, 2011

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