Christ, Our Passover

It is noteworthy the Holy Bible in 1 Cor. 5:7 describes Jesus Christ as “our Passover,” but never calls Him “our Easter.” The Bible, which represents the God-breathed Word of God, would not have attributed such a description to Christ. Why? The Bible doesn’t consider Easter a biblical festival and it does not have roots […]

The Passover – A Blood Covenant

April 9, 2017 by  
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The Passover is one of the seven annual festivals of God listed in Leviticus 23. However, in the book of Exodus is where we first see its meaning and celebration explained. It was kept in remembrance of the Lord freeing His people from slavery by passing over the houses of the Israelites (Exodus 12:13) while […]

Passover: Celebrating the Redemptive Power of YAHWEH

April 9, 2017 by  
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We celebrate Passover because it pictures our deliverance from the bondage of sin.  Christ would like us to focus on His redeeming grace by remembering His death—the ultimate sacrifice—until He comes again into His kingdom.  On the night of His betrayal, Christ took the bread and wine and instituted a version of Passover that we […]

The Days of Unleavened Bread

When God brought the Israelites out of Egypt, His intent was to make them a model nation. He wanted them to be a light to the world, so He gave them specific statutes and judgments, and warned Israel to follow His instructions. God’s instructions to Israel included a series of divinely appointed festivals that were […]

From Passover to Easter

 Unquestionably, Jesus Christ was a Jewish Passover observing individual. He never kept an Easter in His life! How then, did the day He both observed and instituted for the sacrificial emblems of His body and blood change from Passover to Easter? Who did it and how was it done? Church history is a fascinating story. […]

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