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The First Passover

October 10, 2019

The First Passover The Last Supper, celebrated by us today as communion or the Lord’s Table, was actually Jesus’ last Passover. This special meal commemorating freedom from slavery in Egypt has endured through the centuries as a celebration of God’s redemption. In the Last Supper, Jesus established a new symbolism—the bread for His body,...

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Jesus, the Passover Feast

March 28, 2016

Jesus, the Passover Feast Today is sometimes called Easter Monday in what the traditional church calendar calls the season of Easter, which lasts until Pentecost. It would be wonderful if these next few weeks meant that we experienced the fullness of Christ’s resurrection—freedom from sin and death and all their painful consequences! But...

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The Celebration of the Passover

May 8, 2017

The Celebration of the Passover The Passover story is a gripping drama (see Exodus 11–13). Four centuries of Israelite slavery in Egypt were about to end. The confrontation between Moses and Pharaoh had reached a climax. God sent one final plague, the death of all the firstborn in Egypt who were not protected by the blood of a lamb on the...

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  • Obedience May 8, 2017

The Messiah

December 26, 2019

The Messiah Did you ever think about the parallels between the biblical story of Ruth and Matthew’s account of Jesus’ birth? In Small Faith, Great God, one Bible scholar notes: “The city of David, which Ruth and Naomi reached without hope except in God, became the birthplace of the Son of God in whom all the nations would hope. That is why...

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He Is the Messiah

September 12, 2017

He Is the Messiah Water boils at 212 degrees Fahrenheit or 100 degrees Celsius. Before a full boil, air bubbles form on the bottom of the pan and then rise to the surface. As the temperature continues to climb, the water reaches a rolling boil. But interestingly, exact boiling temperature is not consistent. It is influenced by the atmospheric...

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  • Love September 12, 2017

The Messiah Has Come

August 1, 2015

The Messiah Has Come Many first-century Jews living under Roman rule thought that the long-awaited Messiah would come one day to kick the Romans out of the land, set up an earthly kingdom, and give national victory to God’s people. What a surprise it must have been when the Messiah whom God sent wasn’t the one they expected! The Gospel of...

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The Messiah Enters Jerusalem

August 20, 2015

The Messiah Enters Jerusalem Today, when people are asked to describe Jesus, most identify characteristics of gentleness and compassion, a Jesus that is meek and mild. Our reading today reveals that this is an incomplete understanding of the person and priorities of Jesus! As Jesus entered Jerusalem, crowds gathered around Him, giving him...

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Preparing for Passover

August 28, 2019

Preparing for Passover As the most anticipated movie of 2019, Marvel’s Avengers: Endgame broke the international opening weekend gross record, making $859 million. Building up to the event, potential viewers were encouraged to re-watch the entire 20+ movies in the Marvel series leading up to Endgame. For many, the pre-viewing measures helped...

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  • Devotions August 28, 2019

Passover Instructions Reviewed

August 2, 2012

Passover Instructions Reviewed Every year on June 4, Joseph gives a book of poetry to his wife, Jane. They met in a poetry class in college when she had forgotten the assigned book one day and he loaned her his copy. June 4 is their wedding anniversary, and Joseph’s annual gift reminds them of how they met all those years ago. Today’s passage...

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Imperfect, Yet Still Passover

March 25, 2019

Imperfect, Yet Still Passover The New Testament continually refers to Christ’s death on the cross to pay for our sin and His resurrection from the dead to offer us new life. The books of Acts through Revelation describe the ways that the church works out the demands and implications of the Person and work of Christ. Every New Testament book...

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