The New Temple


This weekend at Eastbrook Church I continued the series, “Crossroads,” which corresponds with our Lenten journey to the Cross.  This second message is entitled “The New Temple” and looks at Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem and the cleansing of the Temple in Luke 19:28-48.

This is a pivotal message that explores how Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem disrupts the Temple-centric worship of the people of Israel by foretelling the deconstruction of the Jerusalem Temple and the reconstruction of God’s new Temple not built by hands. You’ll have to watch it or listen to it to see what is going on.

You can follow the entire series at our web-site, through the Eastbrook app, or through our audio podcast.

Also, join in with the daily devotional and reading plan for this series here.


The Final King (Luke 19:28-38)

Mount of Olives and the end of the age

The Messianic King


Time and Judgment (Luke 19:39-44)

The religious leader’s loss of control

The weeping of Jesus

Judgment on a missed moment


The Temple: Deconstructed & Reconstructed (Luke 19:45-48; 1 Cor 3:16-17; 1 Pet 2:4-5)

The significance of the Temple

A prophetic drama about the Temple

The sacrificial aims of the religious leaders

The coming temple


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