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by Andy Diemer

God told Israel, “Remember this day in which you went out of Egypt, out of the house of bondage.” That is a great lesson for us, because He wants us to never forget the great lessons in this Feast of Unleavened Bread. This message is to help you to “Remember!”

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We must understand ever more deeply why Christ had to suffer. It is prophesied all through the Scripture, and Jesus was fully aware of His role. It was necessary for Christ to suffer to fulfill God’s will. Christ is the perfect sacrifice for our sins and His death proves God’s great love God for us.

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God’s word tells us that He does not change in His character. “There is no variation or shadow of turning with Him” as James wrote.

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Many concerns come to us daily. This is life; and the cares of life never really stop. We can feel overwhelmed at times, burdened with care, and troubled about many things like Martha of Bethany in the gospel story.

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Don’t fear the giants; face them and let the Lord fight for you. Those are the lessons we take from the Bible story about the giants of Anak.

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Seeking God’s kingdom in this darkened world takes daily effort. The Christian needs to seek God’s help daily. We cannot make it on our own! Here is an example from David’s Psalm 143 of a man who sought after God with all his heart.

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God’s great desire to bring back the outcasts of Israel. This is a message for us at this Feast time to inspire us. Knowing God’s plan gives us deeper hope and conviction of heart to be among the first to receive immortality at Christ’s return.

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The trumpet is a sound of alarm alerting everyone to the impending danger. The Church is receiving the warning sound now while the world goes on without heeding it. God’s word shows that these end time events will catch most people by surprise. Will we be surprised? No!