Unleavened Bread

Feast of Unleavened Bread 2015 - April 4-10

"Therefore let us keep the feast, not with old leaven, nor with the leaven of malice and wickedness, but with the unleavened bread of sincerity and truth" (1 Corinthians 5:8).

These seven days of self-examination prove invaluable in helping us to devote our lives to God and Jesus Christ. They also also picture our eventual triumph over sin, made possible through the sacrifice and aid of Jesus Christ.

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A blog post by Peter Eddington
Hand on top of a Bible

Is the biblical Passover valid for Christians in the 21st century? While its observance is not commonplace today, history confirms that the original 1st century Christians took part in the Christian Passover as described in the New Testament book of John.  Following the example of Jesus Christ, members of the United Church of God will again revive the ancient biblical command to take the Christian Passover this year, which will occur on the evening of April 13.

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A blog post by Mitchell Moss
10 Days to Passover - Day 6

When Jesus comes into Jerusalem from Bethany the day after having His feet and head anointed by Mary, the crowds gather and celebrate Him. John 12:12-16 tells the story succinctly, but Luke 19:29-44 has more detail:

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A blog post by Mitchell Moss
10 Days to Passover - Day 7

Jesus continued making His way toward Jerusalem and arrived in Bethany, which is two miles east of Jerusalem. The family of Lazarus, whom Jesus had raised from the dead, gives a dinner in honor of Jesus. At some point during the dinner, Mary makes a memorable gesture. John 12:1-3 tells what happened:

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A blog post by Victor Kubik

Clint Porter talks with Victor Kubik about his work in designing graphics for Beyond Today and the Web. His main focus is creating content that works on TV, in print and on the Web, bringing them all together to visually express the gospel of the Kingdom of God.

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