Reference

Matthew 28:1-10

“Behold Your King!”
These powerful words brought ancient Israel hope, and sustained centuries of expectation. This statement eventually signified the presence of the Messiah, and shook up the people of God. The pronouncement “Behold Your King” also created dividing lines- even inciting anger- as it dismantled people’s assumptions about the Messiah. But the most powerful Behold Your King moment comes at the Resurrection of Jesus! Come and behold our King with us this Easter.