Jesus Christ made His triumphal entry into Jerusalem, and His followers reverently spread cloaks and palm branches on His path. It was not the first time he entered the city. His ( Matthew 21).
After entering Jerusalem, one of the first things that Jesus Christ did was to go to the temple. There, inside His Father’s house, Jesus saw several merchants who bought and sold items to those who passed by on the road. He spoke to them with authority and ordered them to leave.
The presence of the Lord in Jerusalem did not go unnoticed by the authorities. They saw Him as a threat and tried to discredit him. On the mount of the temple, they questioned Jesus with the expectation of finding something to use against Him.
Jesus Christ was the teacher of teachers. If we open our hearts, we can find answers to the most important questions in life. For this, we must be like His disciples were: humble and sincere.
Meeting in an upper room with His disciples, Jesus washes their feet, institutes the sacrament, and commands them to love one another. Matthew 26
At His Last Supper, Jesus promised His Apostles that when He was no longer with them, they would receive the Comforter or Holy Spirit. He taught them to remember him by participating in the sacrament. Matthew 26:36–56
After an illegal trial and a cruel flogging, Jesus Christ allowed to be crucified, bringing to an end the 'great and last sacrifice' that made salvation possible for all the children of God. Matthew 27
Jewish leaders conspire with Pilate to guard Jesus’s sepulchre. Matthew 27:57–66 Empty tomb. Matthew 28:1–20
At dawn on Sunday, Mary Magdalene and other faithful women came to the tomb to anoint the body of Jesus once more; They found that the stone had been removed from the tomb and two angels who declared good news: 'He is not here, because he is risen' (Matthew 28: 6).