Much can happen in a week. Riding on a colt through a jubilant crowd, Jesus approached the Mount of Olives. Ignominious death on a Cross soon followed. When Jesus told the Disciples that He would depart from them soon, Peter wanted to go, too, no matter the danger. Jesus answered that Peter would deny Him three times by morning. At the Last Supper, Jesus rose from the table to wash the Disciples’ feet—a chore for a servant. When his turn came, Peter objected, but Jesus said that inheritance with Him depended on the washing. Our Lord set an example. Pontius Pilate wanted to release Jesus and found Him puzzling in His willingness to suffer Crucifixion anyway. Although we sometimes fail to understand the Lord’s ways, why would we ever feel misunderstood by Him?