From The Work of God's Children
21:2. saying to them, “Go into the village that is in front of you, and you shall immediately find a donkey tied there and a colt with her. Loosen them and bring them to Me.
21:3. “If any man shall say anything to you, say that the Lord has need of them. Immediately he will let them go.”
21:4. Now all this was done that what was spoken by the prophet might be fulfilled:
21:5. ”Tell the daughter of Zion: 'Behold your king comes to you, meek and sitting upon a donkey and a colt, the foal of her that is accustomed to the yoke.”
21:6. The disciples went and did as Jesus commanded them.
21:7. They brought the donkey and the colt, upon which they laid their garments and had Him sit.
21:8. A very great multitude spread their garments on the path, and others cut boughs from the trees and strewed them in the way.
21:9. The multitudes that went before and that followed cried, “Hosanna to the Son of David. Blessed is He that comes in the name of the Lord. Hosanna in the highest.”
21:10. When Jesus came into Jerusalem, the whole city was arosed, saying, “Who is this?”
21:11. The people said, “This is Jesus, the prophet from Nazareth of Galilee.”
11:2. and said to them, “Go into the village that is in front of you, and immediately at your arrival there, you shall find a colt tied, upon which no man has yet sat. Loose him and bring him.
11:3. “If any man shall say to you, 'What are you doing,' say that the Lord has need of him. And he will immediately let him come here.”
11:4. Going their way, they found the colt tied in front of the gate outside, in the junction of two roads. They loosed him.
11:5. Some of those who stood there said to them, “What are you doing loosening the colt?”
11:6. They told them as Jesus had commanded. Those standing there let the colt go with them.
11:7. They brought the colt to Jesus. They laid their garments on the colt, and Jesus sat upon him.
11:8. Many spread their garments on the road, and others cut down boughs from the trees and strewed them on the road.
11:9. Those who went in front and those who followed cried, “Hosanna; blessed is He who comes in the name of the Lord.
11:10. “Blessed be the Kingdom of our father David that comes; Hosanna in the highest.”
19:30. saying, “Go into the town which is opposite you, and when you enter it you shall find the colt of a donkey tied there on which no man has ever sat; loose him and bring him here.
19:31. “If any man shall ask you, 'Why do you loose him?' you shall say to him, 'Because the Lord has need of his service.'”
19:32. They that were sent went their way and found the colt standing, as He said to them.
19:33. As they were loosing the colt, its owners said to them, “Why do you loose the colt?”
19:34. But they said, “Because the Lord has need of him.”
19:35. They brought him to Jesus, and placing their garments on the colt, they set Jesus on it.
19:36. As He went, they spread their clothes underneath on the way.
19:37. When He was now coming near the descent of Mount Olivet, the whole multitude of his disciples began with joy to praise God with a loud voice for all the mighty works they had seen,
19:38. saying: “Blessed be the King who comes in the name of the Lord! Peace in Heaven and glory on high!”
19:39. Some of the Pharisees from among the multitude said to him, “Master, rebuke Your disciples.”
12:14. Jesus found a young donkey and sat upon it, as it is written:
12:15. “Do not fear, daughter of Zion; behold, your King comes, sitting on a donkey's colt.”
12:16. His disciples did not know these things at first, but when Jesus was glorified, then they remembered that these things were written about Him and that they had done these things with Him.
12:17. The multitude that was with Him testified about when He called Lazarus out of the grave and raised him from the dead.
12:18. For this reason also the people came to meet Him, because they heard that He had done this miracle.
From: The Gospel Life of Jesus: With Alexandre Bida Illustrations. by Edward Eggleston. New York: Fords, Howard, & Hulbert, 1874.
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