The Church celebrates today as both Palm Sunday and Passion Sunday. It is on Palm Sunday that we enter Holy Week, and welcome Jesus into our lives, asking him to allow us a share in his suffering, death and Resurrection. This is also the time we remember and relive the events which brought about our redemption and salvation. That is why the Holy Week liturgy presents us with the actual events of the dying and rising of Jesus.
Kenyans under the #PalmSunday have united with encouraging messages across the globe.
“Palm branches are glorious boughs which tell of victory; yea, the Lord was now ready by His Own Death to trample down death, and to carry the victorious banner of His Cross in triumph over the devil, the prince of death.” – St Augustine #PalmSunday pic.twitter.com/BvgXD9dPTV— Fr. Kevin M. Cusick, LCDR (Ret.) (@MCITLFrAphorism) April 13, 2019
Deuteronomy 31:6 – Be Strong and of good courage; fear not nor be afraid of them: for the Lord thy God is with you and will not fail nor forsake you …. @RCCGCityofDavid #PastorJideKolade #CODSunriseService #GodsRemembrance #PalmSunday— Sola A (@OAbulu) April 14, 2019
Today is a Palm Sunday, the final Sunday of Lent, the beginning of Holy Week, and commemorates the triumphant arrival of Christ in Jerusalem, …
Wish you all a blessed Palm Sunday #PalmSunday pic.twitter.com/l95nmJWkMs— Amason J.Kingi, EGH. (@governorkingi) April 14, 2019
May the spirit of this holy occasion, the warmth of the season make your heart bloom with joy and happiness, have a blessed #PalmSunday from everyone here at #HotelElios in #BellariaigeaMarina in #EmiliaRomagna #Italy pic.twitter.com/UzZShtARy9— Hotel Elios (@Igea_HotelElios) April 14, 2019