Matthew Chapter 21

Christ's Triumphal Entry into Jerusalem

Christ's triumphal entry into Jerusalem sitting on a colt, the foal of an ass. See most references in Matt. 21:4-9.

Matthew 21:4-9

Genesis 49:11

See connection of "binding his foal to the vine" and the "colt bound to the door.

Mark 11:1-10 (P,M)

Christ's Triumphal Entry into Jerusalem

Christ entering Jerusalem riding upon an ass. See most references in Matt 21:4-9.

Matthew 21:4-9

2 Kings 9:13

Garments put under a notable person, often as king.

Luke 19:28-38 (P,M)

JND v11, pp226,227

JND Collected writings.

Christ's Triumphal Entry into Jerusalem

Christ entering Jerusalem riding upon the colt, the foal of an ass. See many references in Dan. 9:25,especially comments in Matt 21:4-9 about Sir Robert Anderson's book and the chart of 70 wks. Main link is Zech 9:9.

Matthew 21:4-9 (P,M)

Isaiah 40:9-10 (P)

His triumphal second coming to Zion, Jerusalem.

Daniel 9:25

Zechariah 9:9

Mark 11:1-10

Luke 19:28-38

John 12:12-15

Christ's Triumphal Entry into Jerusalem

The King comes into Jerusalem, lowly and riding upon an ass. See Dan. 9:20-27 70 wks and also chart of 70 wks. Note comments on "69 weeks end about the time of Christ's death". See also "The Coming Prince" by Sir Robert Anderson for calculations.

Matthew 21:4-9

Daniel 9:20-27

Especially note vs. 26

Zechariah 9:9 (P,M)

Note the gap between vss..9 &10. Christ fulfilled vs. 9 ,the rest awaits to coming day.

Mark 11:1-10

Luke 19:28-38

John 12:12-15

JND v2, pp366

JND Collected writings.

70 weeks of Daniel 9 Prophecy

Unto Messiah the Prince. 7 wks and 62 more wks (49&434 yrs), brings us to Christ's first coming in the "fullness of time" Galatians 4:4,5. Many other too numerous to list, but some listed below relating to His first coming and entry into Jerusalem.

Matthew 21:4-9

Christ's entry into Jerusalem fulfilling Zechariah 9:9. See more details of time calculations of Daniel's 7 wks.&434 wks in " The Coming Prince" by Sir Robert Anderson.

2 Samuel 7:8

" to be a prince over my people".

Isaiah 16:5 (G)

Isaiah 55:4

"a prince and commander to the peoples".

Daniel 9:25 (P,M)

Mark 11:1-10

Christ's entry in to Jerualem.

Luke 19:28-38

Christ's entry into Jerusalem.

John 1:41

"We have found the Messias".

John 12:12-15

Christ's entry into Jerusalem.

Galatians 4:4,5

Fullness of time.

Christ's Triumphal Entry into Jerusalem

Christ entering Jerusalem riding upon an ass, and the crowd crying: Hosanna, blessed is he that comes in the name of the Lord,the King of Israel. See Most references in Matt 21:4-9.

Matthew 21:4-9

John 12:12-16 (P,M)

The Jews' house left to them desolate, until they say (regarding Christ) "blessed be he that cometh in the name of Jehovah". It also involved the destruction of Jerusalem.

Matthew 21:9,15

Psalms 69:25

Psalms 118:26 (P,M)

Matthew 23:39

Matthew 24:1,2

Luke 19:38,42-44

JND v2, pp369

JND Collected writings.

Christ's Triumphal Entry into Jerusalem

Crowd who followed cried Hosanna (save now) to the Son of David: blessed be he who comes in the name of the Lord. See Psalm 118:26.

Matthew 21:9 (P,M)

Psalms 118:26

Mark 11:9

Luke 19:38

John 12:13

Christ's Triumphal Entry into Jerusalem

Christ cleansing the temple. See Matt.21:12,13.

Matthew 21:12,13

Luke 19:45,46 (P)

Nations joyful in God's house of prayer. See also many references to nations blessings in Psalm 66;4.

Matthew 21:12-14

Psalms 66:4

Isaiah 56:7 (P)

Mark 11:15-17

Luke 19:45,46

The Coming Messiah

Messiah coming suddenly into His temple. See references below to His first coming in v 1 and second coming v 2. Between these verses is a gap of the time of the mystery. O.T. prophets saw this as one event. See similar link in Is.61:1-3 & Dan.9:24-27.

Matthew 21:12,13

His coming into the temple to cleanse it.

Psalms 69:9

See link in John 2:17,related to the Lord cleansing the temple.

Isaiah 1:25

His second coming to purge away dross.

Isaiah 56:7

Temple should have been a house of prayer for all nations. See link in Mark 11:15-17.

Ezekiel 45:13-25 (P)

As in Mal.3:4,offerings are resumed in the millennium.

Malachi 3:1-4 (P,M)

Mark 11:15-17

His coming into the temple to cleanse it.

Luke 19:45,46

His coming into the temple to cleanse it.

John 2:14-17

His coming into the temple to cleanse it.

JT v48, pp524

Christ's zeal for His Father's house,in cleansing the temple.

Matthew 21:12,13

Psalms 69:9 (P,M)

Jeremiah 7:11

Mark 11:15-17

Luke 19:45,46

John 2:14-17

Christ's Triumphal Entry into Jerusalem

Christ cleansing the temple. See references in Matt 21:12,13.

Matthew 21:12,13

Mark 11:15-17 (P)

Christ's Triumphal Entry into Jerusalem

Christ cleansing the temple.

Matthew 21:12,13 (P)

Psalms 69:9

Mark 11:15-17

Luke 19:45,46

John 2:14-17

Christ's Triumphal Entry into Jerusalem

Children crying in the temple: Hosanna to the Son of David. Christ answers the chief priests' and scribes' indignation by quoting Psalm 8:2.

Matthew 21:15,16 (P)

Psalms 8:2

Matthew 11:25

Christ's Triumphal Entry into Jerusalem

Children crying in the temple: Hosanna to the Son of David. Jesus quotes Psalm 8:2 in response to the chief priests' and scribes' indignation.

Matthew 21:15,16 (P,M)

Psalms 8:2

Mark 11:9,10

John 12:13

Praise established out of the mouths of babes and sucklings.

Matthew 21:15,16

Psalms 8:2 (P)

Matthew 11:25

Luke 10:21

For-warning of judgment by both Isaiah and Christ.

Matthew 21:33-46 (P)

Christ's parable of judgment to fall on Israel, which began in AD70 with the destruction of the temple by Titus. See also Matthew 23.

Isaiah 5:1-7

A similar account to Christ's parable in Matthew 21. It sets out the coming destruction of the temple and captivity of Judah by Babylon in 586 B.C.

Stone Which the Builders Rejected Becomes the Head of the Corner

Christ as the head of the corner. See many references in Psalm 118:22,23.

Matthew 21:42 (P,M)

Psalms 118:22,23

Stone Which the Builders Rejected Becomes the Head of the Corner

Note: It is commented that Psalm 118 is more often quoted in the N.T. than any other in the O.T. Note the stone which the builders rejected as the rock goes through our dispensation (Matt 16:18 and the coming age Dan. 2:45)

Matthew 21:42

Psalms 118:22,23 (P,M)

Isaiah 8:14

Isaiah 28:16

Daniel 2:45

Zechariah 3:9

Matthew 16:16-20

Mark 12:10

Luke 20:17

Acts 4:11

Romans 9:33

Ephesians 2:20,21

1 Peter 2:6-8

Day of the Lord (Judgement in the Tribulation)

Stone that the builders rejected becomes judgment for those who reject Christ. See references in Dan. 2:45, as the stone cut out without hands that breaks in pieces the great image.

Matthew 21:44 (P,M)

Daniel 2:45

Day of the Lord (Judgement in the Tribulation)

Stone cut out without hands sets out Christ, as dealing with all enemies, becoming a great mountain and filling the whole earth (introducing the Millennium). See Isaiah 2:12,and references of Christ as stone and rock.

Matthew 21:44

Psalms 2:9

Psalms 118:22,23

Isaiah 2:12

Isaiah 8:14

Isaiah 28:6

Daniel 2:35,44,45 (P,M)

Romans 9:33

1 Peter 2:6

JT v48, pp512

JND v2, pp317,332

JND Collected writings. Note important difference of prophetic events of Daniel compared to Ezekiel in pg. 332.