The Church of God has traditionally observed the 15th of Abib (Nisan), the evening following the Passover, as the Night To Be Much Remembered. Members gather in small groups to observe the ancient events that took place on this evening and their New Testament spiritual counterparts, but why? Do we need to keep this night in the New Covenant? Does it still have significance for us today? Philip Aust explains the meaning that the Night To Be Much Remembered had for the Israelites leaving Egypt as well as the spiritually message that God wants us to understand today.
Philip Aust serves the Atlanta and Buford, Georgia United Church of God Congregations. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Theology from Ambassador College, a Master’s Degree in Communication from California State University, Fullerton, and a Ph.D. in Communication from University of Oklahoma. Philip and his wife, Sarah, have two children.