It was inevitable for the crowd that recognized that the one who entered Jerusalem was the Son of God, the Messiah that for so many years they had been waiting for, did not keep silent.
It was inevitable to exalt the name of God when his promise was being fulfilled and all the prophecies that had been written about him who could deliver us from sin could now be seen in a palpable way.
It was inevitable to express words of amazement and worship at what they saw at that moment. The Son of God entering the city riding a donkey with all humility but with great authority.
It must be inevitable for us today not to remain silent before his presence that we know accompanies us at all times and not only when we see him pass.
It must be inevitable for us today to remain silent when we know the story in its entirety and we can firmly say that he was sacrificed on the cross for love of us but was resurrected on the third day.
It must be inevitable for us today to tell others about the wonders that God has done in our lives on a daily basis and how his grace was poured out on us to give us life.
It must be inevitable for us today not to remain silent before a world that suffers from despair, from lack of love knowing that there is still hope and there is love.
It must be inevitable for us today that we share with others that in the midst of this pandemic you can still save your soul that will live for eternity.
That in this time where the temples and physical gathering structures of the churches are closed, the true church loudly proclaims the good news of salvation.
That in this time of social distancing we can communicate with those who did not have time to speak.
That in this time of being confined to our homes, our spirit is freer than ever following the will of God.
It is not a time to be silent, it is a time to carry the message of salvation.
Let us pray to ask God to show us how we can serve him in the midst of what we are living and give us the wisdom to carry the message of life to those who need it.