“Fear not, daughter of Zion; behold, your king is coming.” He comes in gentle humility, “sitting on a donkey’s colt,” yet also as the King of Israel “in the name of the Lord” (John 12:13, 15). His royal glory is faithful obedience and self-sacrificing service “to the point of death, even death on a cross” (Phil. 2:8). Indeed, “God has highly exalted him and bestowed on him the name that is above every name” (Phil. 2:9), and that Name is ours in Baptism; thus we too have a glory clothed in humility; thus, in reverence and awe we approach His Supper, where the glory of Christ’s Body and Blood are clothed in humble bread and wine, which through faithful reception give us the forgiveness of sins and the promise that “after his resurrection” we also shall rise and enter the holy city (Matt. 27:52–53).