Two times in the Bible, and no more, we are given the account of a week. The first is found in Genesis and presents the six days of creation and the seventh day on which God rested. The second is found in the Holy Gospel and records the events of the first Holy Week. God means for us to consider these two weeks together.
As God made the world in six days and then rested, so on Palm Sunday He entered Jerusalem to redeem the world. He "finished" (John 19:30) that work by day's end Friday and then used Saturday to rest.
We know from Genesis that man was created on the sixth day (Gen. 1:26-31), that is, Friday. No coincidence then that Jesus died for man also on a Friday.
The Bible's two weeks and the parallels between them must not go unnoticed. The One who made the world without sin in the course of a week, in the course of a week saved it from sin. More personally, He who made you head to toe has redeemed you body and soul to be, again, His own.
To you and yours a very blessed Holy Week!