Passover

Passover 2015 - April 3 (observed evening before)

"For indeed Christ, our Passover, was sacrificed for us" (1 Corinthians 5:7).

Keeping the Passover each year reminds us that God is the forgiver of sin who grants us eternal life in His Kingdom through the sacrifice of Jesus Christ, our Passover. This observance is a memorial of our Creator's continuing role in humanity's salvation.

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Sunrise of a field of grain.
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A blog post by Kara Foraker
Crowding Sin Out

I want to tell you about a great lesson I didn’t truly learn until this most recent Passover and Days of Unleavened Bread.

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A blog post by Milan Bizic
A man sitting and reading the Bible.

Observing the Passover this past Sunday night, I was struck by a statement Peter made to Jesus when He instituted the foot-washing ceremony. He first protested the idea of his Lord and Master washing his feet. “No…you will never ever wash my feet!” (John 13:8, New Living Translation). As was common, Peter was presumptuous and quick-tongued. Jesus knew Him well and was patient though. He calmly explained, “Unless I wash you, you won’t belong to me.”

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A blog post by Mitchell Moss
What Does it Mean that Jesus Learned Obedience?

In Hebrews 5:8, it says, “Even though Jesus was God’s Son, He learned obedience from the things He suffered.” What does this mean? God is all-powerful. He's omnipotent. Being God, how is it possible that He would need to “learn” anything, least of all obedience?

Posted March 22, 2013 | 3 comments

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Passover Sermons

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Donald Ward

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