Jesus enters Jerusalem

Soon after, Jesus sets out for Jerusalem surrounded by a large crowd of Jews hailing him as the Messiah, the rightful heir to David’s throne. The corrupt Jewish leaders, whom Rome has allowed to rule only if they keep the people in line, demand that Jesus make them stop, but he refuses. (Luke 19:35-40)
Triumphal Entry (1860), by Julius Schnorr von Carolsfeld, in Die Bibel in Bildern. Public Domain.