I think you're all aware that this is the most dramatic week in Christendom and yet I dare say that not an nth part of one percent of those who call themselves Christians really understand what it is all about. It's the story of the fulfillment of God's purpose. That's the week, the triumphant march into Jerusalem, the crucifixion and then the resurrection. And it's told as though it took place on earth. That's how the story is told. For as Tennyson said, "Truth embodied in a tale shall enter in at lowly doors". Man cannot think abstractly, so it's told in the form of a story. And man has mistaken the story for the reality. Let us now look to see who is the one spoken of in scripture. They say his name is Jesus. You may not believe me but I'll tell you who Jesus is. Say, "I Am", that's Jesus. Don't say, I am man or John or Peter or anything, just I Am. That's Jesus. That's God. That's the Lord God Jehovah. The crucifixion is already over. It was in the beginning of time, a deliberate act on the part of God - all over. The resurrection took place and is taking place and will continue until everyone is awake. So, you say, "I Am", that's Jesus.