Looking at the People

by Jonathan Laurie on Mar 28, 2021

Pastor Johnathan Laurie shares a message from John 12:1–15 titled “Looking At the People” at our Sunday Morning Service for Harvest At Home.

Sermon Notes

Palm Sunday is called that because when Jesus entered Jerusalem 5 days before his crucifixion, He was given a for the first time the welcome he deserved, a true heroes welcome, it would’ve been a sight to see. As Christians, we look back at Palm Sunday as a bittersweet day. Sweet because Jesus, for the first time, was given the welcome and recognition He deserved. Bitter because just 5 days later on Friday, a man named Pontius Pilate, the governor of Judea stood before the crowd with Jesus and asked them “What do you want me to do with Jesus who is called the Christ, whom YOU called the King of the Jews?” And they answered with that same fervor and passion and conviction


Did you know that both physical death and leprosy are spiritual pictures of sin. Sin is an inward disease that shows outward symptoms. James 1:15  says “Then desire when it has conceived gives birth to sin, and sin, when it is fully grown, brings forth death.”

Lets take a look at the Traitor, the Killers, and the Undecided

  • The Traitor: Judas
  • The Killers: The Religious Leaders
  • The Undecided: The Large Crowd


  • John 12:1–15
  • John 12:1,
  • Matthew 21:6
  • Matthew 15:19
  • John 12:2–3
  • John 12:4–7, 9–10
  • Matthew 1:21 ESV
  • Matthew 23:27–28
  • John 12:9
  • John 12:37


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