Where Two Ways Met

Mark 11:
4And they went their way, and found the colt tied by the door without in a place where two ways met; and they loose him.

Jesus was about to enter Jerusalem for the final week. A colt was to be his royal mount. This had been prophesied by Zechariah (chapter 9).

Now we are told that the mount would be found where two ways met...an intersection.

Oh yes, a mighty intersection. The convergence of the prophetic with the fulfilment; the faith with the fact; the obedient believer with his destiny.

Somewhere in the writings of prophecy teacher Grant Jeffrey I remember reading that the entrance by Jesus on Palm Sunday was the fulfilment of the prophet Daniel's timetable (chapter 9) to the EXACT day! Messiah arrived right on schedule.

God is sovereign. He will have the accomplishment of all of His plans.

Prayer: Heavenly Father, by your grace, give me eyes to see, ears to hear and a heart to understand, that I might do and say and go as you command, coming to my final destiny, and thereby giving you glory and honour.


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