o: Entry into Jerusalem

We read in the first book of Kings that when David smote Goliath, he cut off his head and brought it in his own hand. When coming from the Philistines, the women came rejoicing, and received him into Jerusalem with great glory. David thus typifies Christ, whom the children of the Hebrews received into Jerusalem, shouting with loud voice, and uttering blessings on Him who came in the name of the Lord.
We read in the second book of Kings (1.15) that when Elisha would return into his city. there met him sons of the prophets, receiving him with great glory and honor, and praising him. Elisha signifies Christ, who, coming into Jerusalem, the sons of the Hebrews received with great glory and honor.
Ps. 149.2 Let the children of Zion rejoice in their King. Zachariah 9.9 Go forth, O ye daughters of Zion, and behold your King!
Image: Women of Israel come meet David
Image: Entry into Jerusalem
Image: Children of Prophets meet Eliseus
As David, who overthrew his foes, is praised in song. The glory of Elisha typifies Thy glory, Thou Son of God.
Canticles 3.11 Say to the daughter of Zion, Behold, thy King cometh unto thee, meek, just, and having salvation. Zachariah 9.9. He Himself, meek, and riding on an ass, and a colt, the foal of an ass.
The song of the good Hebrews is raised in Thy praise, O Christ!